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Hi, I’m Breanna and I am here to help you book some of the best contractors and home service providers that I have had experience with in business and in my personal life.

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What is a contractor?

A general contractor is a manager and possibly an actual worker that is employed by the client (you) to assistant as an architect, engineer or the client. A general contractor is responsible for the overall coordination of a project, but must first assess the project-specific documents (referred to as bid, proposal or tender documents). When dealing with renovations or home services, a site visit is often required to get a better understanding of the project. Depending on method behind the delivery of the project, the contractor will submit a fixed price proposal or bid, cost plus price or an estimate. It is the contractor’s job to consider the cost of home office overhead, general conditions, materials, and equipment as well as the cost of labor to provide the owner with a price for the project.

Contract documents include drawings, project manual, an addendum or modifications issued prior to proposal/ bidding ad prepared by a design professional such as an architect. The general contractor may be the construction manager or construction manager.

What are contractors responsible for?

A general contractor is responsible for supplying all of the materials, labor, equipment, engineering vehicles and tools as an example, and services required to complete a project. The general contractor hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work.

The general contractor is also responsible for the quality of all work performed by any and all subcontractors and aside from getting the job done, safety is often the #1 goal of the general contractor’s job.

A contractor’s responsibilities can include applying for building permits, advising the person they are hired by, making sure the job site is secure, providing proper utilities on the site, managing workers on-site, surveying the site and providing engineering, throwing away and recycling construction waste, meeting deadlines by managing schedules and cash flow, and maintaining records of the jobs.

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