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How your contractor supervises the work done on your bathroom remodeling project will vary from firm to firm.
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Bear in mind, the label “Contractor” applies to the person who qualifies the contractors license for the business.
In very small firms, it’s common for the contractor to do most if not all of the work themselves. In this situation their day to day supervision just is, as a result of them doing most if not all of the work.
In larger firms that run multiple projects at the same time, the contractor likely hires workers he trusts and personally travels from job to job every day keeping sure everything is running according to plan.
In even larger firms, or firms where the owner/contractor is entering a state of semi retirement, the contractor sometimes hires a construction supervisor who does this as their proxy.
There is no one best way for this to happen. What matter is that you know how this happens. You know who to expect your regular status updates from and you know who to go to with any issues you feel need attention.
This is sufficiently important you want to make sure there is no confusion and you and your contractor share a common understanding of this before you sign a contract.
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