This post is one in a series on remodeling small bathrooms and part of a sub-series on how to evaluate and select your contractor. For either of the lead posts, please select one of the links in the prior sentence.
Sometimes the contractor (the person who qualifies the contractors license) does all or most of the remodeling work themselves. Sometimes they do none of it directly.
When that is the case you need to understand how day to day job supervision occurs.
The Solera Group provides expert bathroom remodeling services in the greater San Jose metro area.
Not many people can fit into the space of the bathroom during the bathroom remodel, so don’t expect too many people to be there at once.
In terms of job supervision, what you’re most interested in is knowing that the head guy knows the details of what is going on and communicates status updates and issues to you in a manner that is clear and timely.
If the contractor (the license holder) is themselves on the job working every day (and some are), you’re covered.
In some larger firms, that perform multiple remodeling projects at any given time, the license holder themselves may visit every job site daily (or every other) for purposes of keeping tabs.
Alternatively, the business owner (who is generally also the license holder) may have hired a supervisor who fulfills that role for them.
There is not one method that is better or preferable to any other. It’s that you need to know how your job will be supervised so you know who to turn to for status updates and who to go to if you see any issues that need addressing.
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