by sisil | 17:27

Benefits of Hiring a General Contractor In order to achieve good and satisfactory results in a construction project, one of the priorities needed before the project will be undertaken is to hire an experienced general contractor, one who handles and oversees services in a project, such as construction, plumbing, roofing, flooring, and other related services. Most of the construction services are easily handled by general contractors because they have a network of subcontractors working for them as a team for a long time, and the reason why most of the construction services are completed quickly and efficiently. The major workload of an architect, as well as building owner or construction investor, is reduced in an on-going construction project, which is an advantage when hiring a general contractor, for reasons that a hired general contractor accommodates majority of the project work as part of the scope and nature of his job. General contractors are covered by a general liability insurance, therefore, you will not have to worry about being liable for an accident or damages incurring on the project site, which is another advantage of hiring general contractors. Material supplies are easily delivered and at quality standard and reasonable price by a general contractor, because he has a network of suppliers who can supply almost everything that will be needed in the construction.
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The advantage of the US state law requiring licensed contractor to provide a warranty to the building owner against defects in workmanship and services is that building owners are ensured of a safe and completed building without of defects; although, each state has varying versions of this law, for instance, in the state of California, the state law requires the following: a one year expressed limited warranty for both new construction and remodeling projects; licensed contractor must provide a warranty guaranteeing that items installed under the contractor’s license is free from defective installation, such that the installation must comply with both local building codes and manufacturer installation requirements; both the contractor and engineer who signs off on a projects must provide a ten year warranty against structural defects, including latent defects, such as unstable building sites, foundation integrity, and roofing work.
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To determine how much cost will be incurred, here are steps to establish it: discuss with the general contractor the nature of project that will be done, the time period it will take to complete the project, number of workers required, total cost of the project and the contractor’s fee, the intervals of payment required by the contractor. Therefore, it might be a little expensive to hire a general contractor, but the advantage of hiring one far outweighs the cost, since many problems related to the construction projects that are kept at a minimum.

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