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Finding a contractor who is capable of handling the complexities of your project may be as easy as consulting your local yellow pages under the heading of General Contractors. This method can prove to be hit-or-miss depending on the size of the city or town and the number of general contractors in the area. The best way of finding a contractor is to talk with the owners of other projects similar to yours. A contractor who mainly does additions on homes may have the skills to complete the renovation of your project, but may not have the manpower or commercial sub-contractor network base to handle the project. Similarly, a large general contractor who builds office buildings and other large structures may not be interested in handling a small project such as the renovation of a PraiseBuilding. In larger cities, there may be larger general contractor firms that regularly build and renovate PraiseBuildings. If such contractors exist near the metropolitan area of the PraiseBuilding, it is worth inviting them to bid on the PraiseBuilding project since they may bring vast experience and ...

Eight Steps to Qualifying Your Church Building Contractor

Pre-evaluate: study their personal habits Do the company representatives dress professionally? Was the company representative respectful, professional, polite? Was the company representative overly aggressive, rude, or used vulgar language? Evaluate the company: Do they have business cards and company stationery? Do they use a P.O. Box or a street address? Was the bid presented on time? Was the bid typed in a clear professional manner? Was the bid thorough in its scope of work? Did the scope of work outlined in the bid match the project specifications? ...