Find good concrete cutting contractors by asking for references from friends or neighbors. Get multiple estimates to gauge the going rate for the service, and use a provider who has an operating license and workman’s compensation insurance to ensure he is responsible for injury or damage to property. Hire an experienced contractor, and read the contract to understand the costs involved and the handling of change orders, if any.
Check the Better Business Bureau to determine whether a company has pending or unresolved customer complaints, and compare a contractor with his peers in a local trade association. Accredited contractors assure you of quality workmanship, while checking out references provided by the contractor lets you determine the level of service to expect. The HomeAdvisor says a contractor should be a good communicator, which ensures he understands your project’s requirements.
Review a contract to make sure the estimates shown are comprehensive, and avoid paying the contractor upfront for the entire project. Angie’s List suggests paying with a credit card to provide you with recourse if the contractor fails to meet his end of the bargain. Use a contractor who has adequate concrete cutting equipment and safety gear, which indicates his level of professionalism, and avoid a service provider who adopts a cavalier approach to his or your home’s safety.