Daytona Beach Contractor LLC
You can call us for everything from ground up construction, to simple maintenance issues.
Why would you call a general contractor for simple maintenance issues?
Because I can save you money...
I like to use roofers as an easy to understand example. So you hire a roofer to re-roof your house or business. His employees are paid (in most cases) by the square. A square is 100 square foot of roofing. So the faster they go, the more of the roof they do, the more money they as an individual make. If that roofer finds rotten wood as he works. His incentive is to roof right over it... His boss would probably want it fixed but his boss is not usually there. Not saying they are bad, it's just that the rent is due, it's really hot today and that hotdog from 7 eleven is killing the gut about 2:30 in the afternoon... You get it.
However I get paid the same either way and if I let it slide I'm going get a call back, so I have no incentive to cut corners or to allow them to cut corners. Best of all, the subcontractors quote me lower prices than if they would likely quote you. Sometimes very low, because I know what the job actually entails. So you not only get my services at no extra cost, I can often save you a large percentage of the overall expense.
Another advantage, if problems do arise you get to avoid any confrontation. I deal with the subcontractors, so if your not happy you don't have to worry about insulting anyones work. You talk to me and I handle the confrontation for you, especially when it comes to extra charges. You will never get a bill you were not expecting at the end of my projects, if they don't have a signed work order for extra work, they don't get any extra charges, period.
That keeps our prices low and our quality high. So even if you don't qualify for benefits you still a get great deal, and of course the estimates are free of charge or obligation. All I ask is the opportunity to earn your business and
I hope we can work together soon.
Todd David Brasells has over 20 yrs experience in:
Construction & Maintenance Consulting
Commercial Building Maintenance
Special Adaptive Housing
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For example, how many times have you seen "Licensed & Insured" on the side of a work truck? Every licensed contractor knows, you are required by law to post your license number clearly on any marked vehicle. So if you don't see the number, they most likely don't have the license.
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