Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a contractor?

We were hoping you would ask…. It all depends on you and your project.

Depending on the nature of your project you might benefit from having a licensed, insured and bonded contractor manage and oversee your project.


Could it get complicated, especially if electricity, water or gas is involved? Could it be costly if something goes wrong, now or later?

We think it is advisable to have a professional assist you with your gas, water and electricity work. If anything goes wrong, it can end up costly, even deadly.


Consider how long it would take you to manage this project or do it yourself.

Some projects can take weeks unless you can bring in a crew of dedicated team members. If they are skilled workers, their pace might be faster, and they can often finish a project in a day or two that might have taken 6 weekends for a private person.


The art of good contracting is to be able to predict a timeline and budget for your project. This allows all parties to be held accountable and have clear expectations.

Subcontractors are highly skilled specialists in their field. That is why we hire them and entrust them with your project. However, for multiple specialists to work together, we need a coordinator, i.e. your contractor who will choose precisely the right subcontractor for the right job at the right time, and collaborate with all of them.

Your subcontractors need to follow each other in specific orders depending on the project.

If they do not get scheduled correctly, they will have to reschedule, and the rest of the project gets delayed (ie. Tile layer scheduled before the waterline was fixed and the concrete floor repaired).

Now all the subcontractors will have to be pushed back, and of course, this project will take a backseat for them since they already lost a half day of work because of it.


What if something goes wrong, now or later?

You are covered! Hiring a contractor will give you warranties, the skill and know how of a professional and protection from the ROC.

You know your contractor will use “best practice” approaches to all your projects.

Best of all, you have an experienced professional on your side, with your best interests at heart, because after all – we work for you!