Below are common questions and concerns of people who want to sell their home.
What is the difference between a General Contractor and a Sub-Contractor?
General contractors hire and manage sub-contractors. Sub-contractors are tradesmen who work in a specific discipline – such as electricians, plumbers and painters, for example. They are specifically licensed by state, such as Arizona Registrar of Contractors https://roc.az.gov/.
The general contractor is a manager employed by the client. A general contractor is responsible for the overall coordination of a project. A general contractor must first assess the project-specific documents, plans or drawings, if applicable. In the case of renovations, a site visit is required to get a better understanding of the project.
Our FREE GENERAL CONTRACTING SERVICE (when you list your home with us) will help determine the the optimal formula for improvements in the areas of safety, structure, function and aesthetic issues to maximize value.
This article provides another good explanation:
How do I know what to fix or upgrade before putting my house on the market?
The process of determining what to fix is dependent on many factors. The number one question to ask, aside from hazardous concerns, is “will this improvement help maximize the value of my home?” Some improvements, such as interior paint, may mostly improve a home’s aesthetic value; whereas roof repair is important not only to the deterrent of structural issues but also often proves to save money when remedied preemptively. Our FREE GENERAL CONTRACTING SERVICE (when you list your home with us) will help determine the the optimal formula for improvements in the areas of safety, structural, functional and aesthetic issues to maximize value.
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