1. Plan ahead
This helps to prevent later delays. It also can help you stay on budget since you have general costs already outlined.
2. Find good help
You should find contractors with positive customer reviews and references, a good BBB record, and at least 3 years of experience. Most importantly, hire someone you TRUST!
3. Visit a job site
It’s a good idea to visit a current job site of who you plan to hire; this lets you see that they are taking safety precautions and keep a clean and organized work space.
4. Know what you’re getting into
A reputable remodeler will make sure you know what you’re getting into before the project begins as far general costs, things that might come up and how the remodel can affect your living conditions while the work is being done.
5. Effective communication
Let the project leader know if there are any issues or anything unsatisfactory so that it can be addressed asap. They are not mind readers so communicating well is a must; they might not be aware that something is not okay with the homeowner.