3) Process - A homeowner should consider whether the potential company they may hire has processes in place. These can refer to routines regarding multiple variables such as weather, environment and materials. If there is a lack of processes in place, inconsistency is likely.
4) Value - Yes, a great deal is desirable, but high quality products are crucial too. Material used should hold up and last. Also, be sure that this space is being designed efficiently. Choose a builder/contractor that is an Energy Star builder. This will allow a homeowner to save in energy expenses down the road.
5) Customized Product - Homeowners should find a builder/contractor who is interested in what you want and an expert at customizing spaces. The company they hire should care about bringing the homeowner's vision to life and know how to do so. After all, making their dream porch, deck or three season room a reality should be the builder's main goal.
6) Detail Oriented - Homeowners should hire someone who is not going to cut corners or do the job halfway. Find a company who takes pride in the quality of their work and ensures a thorough job.
7) Warranties, Guarantees and Protection - Just in case something goes wrong it's always beneficial to have back up protection.
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