Frequently Asked Questions.

Who should provide the materials for my bathroom remodel?

Although you or the contractor have the option to provide the materials needed for your remodel, usually, we recommend that you let your contractor handle the purchase, shipping, and storage. Allowing your contractor to purchase, deliver and store materials will take a huge load off your shoulders. Not only will you save time, but you will also avoid countless headaches. 

What are the benefits of letting your contractor handle the material provison? here's three..

  1. Money- You will save a lot of gas and time by avoiding multiple trips to the store in search of the best deals. Likely, your contractor has already done this, and he is building his discounts into his quotes to stay competitive. 
  2. Work- Avoid lifting heavy materials by allowing your contractor to pick them up and store them somewhere in your house. Lifting multiple tile boxes can take a toll on your back and knees. Let your contractor do the heavy lifting for you.
  3. Better experience- You will have an overall better experience by letting your contractor provide a turnkey solution for you. 

Concerns that may arise and how to prepare for them

    Some of the main concerns people have regarding this topic are related to material selection. They are afraid that the contractor will provide only the cheapest or lowest quality materials. While this could be the case with some contractors, a good way to avoid this is by asking your contractor to provide a quote based on the materials you have selected from your favorite brands. You can do this by providing the respective SKU number of each part and the name of the store where they can find it. Another good way to ensure that your contractor is providing quality materials is by requesting that your contractor provides a list of the materials that will go into your remodel. Things that you want to look for are ANSI specifications, warranties, and reviews.


Concerns and preparation continued

    Another concern is that the contractor will mark up the cost of the materials. Again, some contractors may do this, while some may apply their contractor discounts in their quotes to remain competitive. Regardless of the approach your contractor takes, it is always a great idea to ask your contractors to provide a bid based on the materials you want to install. This will allow you to compare pricing more objectively science the materials going into your bathroom will remain consistent from estimate to estimate.  

   

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