Why a general contractor is beneficial for you and your home

One of the most important decisions that you make when renovating, is deciding who to hire to help with everything. With renovating being such a large investment as well, it’s important to hire someone who knows exactly what needs to be done and how. That’s why so many homeowners choose to hire a general contractor. Not only is it a guaranteed job well done, but it also guarantees peace of mind. 

Stone Hearth Homes in Edmonton offer new home construction, renovation and general contracting services. They share some of the benefits of choosing to work with a general contractor:

Know exactly who to contact

Working with one contractor means you know exactly who your go-to contact person is. While a general contractor may have a team of subcontractors working for them, your contact will be your general contractor. This helps take away any stress and ensures open communication at every step of the project. If any changes, problems or simple updates arise, you know exactly who to call.  

Customizable renovations 

Working one-on-one with a general contractor means you can really establish and customize your goals and wants. If you have an idea in mind, your contractor will turn those dreams into blueprints and help plan accordingly. They may have suggestions for different ideas or layouts or even be aware of trouble spots that you might not be aware of. Plus, they will help you plan everything accordingly, and without breaking the budget.

Experienced and professional quality and work 

Professional work will never have an expiry date on it, so working with an experienced and professional general contractor guarantees just that. If you are renovating for yourself, you want to be able to enjoy the finished space without additional, unexpected issues after the fact. If any problems do arise during the process, your general contractor will let you know. They will also know how to handle the problem in a way that still ensures quality and work within a budget. Likewise, if the renovation is to help sell, then having the stamp of a professional is a guaranteed value boost. Potential buyers who see a home is not only well cared for, but was professionally handled, will make it even more appealing. Read about some other ways to help increase your home’s value.

General contractors come with a network 

Not only do you get the experience of a general contractor, but they will also have an array of subcontractors working for them. This is a three-in-one benefit because it saves you time, stress and guarantees quality. Your contractor will know how to manage and schedule subcontractors to ensure the renovations move along smoothly without delays. Plus, since the quality of work reflects on them, they will also hire a trusted and equally qualified group of subcontractors. If in future you need or want any other work done, your general contractor will either be able to do the work for you. Or, they will have plenty of trusted recommendations to provide.

General Contractors in Edmonton 

As a family-owned and operated business, Stone Hearth Homes prides themselves on turning homes into dream homes. They offer both new home construction or renovation services and ensure any project does not interfere with day-to-day life. When you work with them, they promise only the utmost quality of work and service, so you have absolute satisfaction with the finished project.

Don’t hesitate to contact them for any inquiries or to schedule help!

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