Home Addition Contractors Washington DC

Local resource for home addition contractors in Washington. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to home improvement stores and building contractors, as well as advice and content on home remodeling.

Arcadia
(202) 234-8222
1714 14Th Street Northwest
Washington, DC

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Abc Imaging
(202) 429-8870
1147 20Th Street Nw
Washington, DC

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Ai Architecture
(202) 737-1020
2100 M Street Northwest Suite 800
Washington, DC

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Bathersfield Construction
(202) 439-2262
5718 16Th. Street N.W.
Washington, DC

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Associated Designers
(202) 363-2867
2844 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Apt 206
Washington, DC

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Eco Painting
2023200679
1512 Corcoran Street NW, Studio 33
Washington, DC

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Aztec Construction LLC
2024571168
1629 K St NW #300
Washington, DC

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Turn-Key Construction, Llc
(202) 529-3091
3003 17Th Street, N.E.
Washington, DC

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Ann Sacks
(202) 339-0840
3328 M Street Northwest
Washington, DC

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Green Home, LLC
3012779660
4108 32nd St.
Mount Rainier, MD

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5 Important Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Contractor

Choosing a contractor for your remodeling project can be a long and difficult task. There are many homeowners who have fears about committing to a contractor as they are worried that something may go wrong with the project. One of the best ways to ensure that you hire the right contractor for your remodeling project is by asking each of the chosen contractors the right questions when you interview them. You can interview contractors over the phone or in person, depending on if they offer free estimates on sight or not.

Here are some very important questions that you need to ask a contractor before you hire them.

1. Are you a licensed contractor in your state/city? 


Before you even talk to any contractors, check with your state and city to see if you a contractor needs to be licensed for the project that you are doing to your home. Some states will accept other accreditations besides a license to be able to work in a state. This may include work experience or membership in a professional trade union. If a license is required, be sure to get the contractor's number and call your local building department to validate the number.

2. Can I have 3 references from past customers that you have done similar jobs on? 


If you are having your kitchen remodeled, then you want the contractor to give you references for customers that had work done to their kitchen and not their bathroom or basement. Any good contractor will have plenty of references available for you to call.

3. What insurance coverage do you have? 


At the bare minimum a contractor should have auto insurance, general liability insurance which includes property and casualty, and workman's compensation. Proper insurance on the part of the contractor help to protect you from any legal responsibility should an accident happen on your property while the contractor and his team are working. You can ask to see a copy of the insurance policy or ask for the insurance agency information to verify coverage. If a contractor does not have insurance and an accident does occur, you could potentially be sued by the contractor and/or their employees.

4. How long have you been in business? 


Some contractors are fly-by-night companies and will set up shop and then close a year later. These companies may even scam people out of money by never finishing the work and then closing their businesses and opening up a new one. Protect your investment and go with a...

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