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Working with Fuller Building Group goes beyond just having your renovation or new construction completed. We work closely with interior designer, Annie Soboleski, who can offer suggestions for cabinetry, countertops, flooring, and those special finishing touches such as color schemes and furniture arrangement.
Annie has a strong foundation in residential as well as commercial design, and she has worked on projects of all types, including primary homes, second homes, outside spaces medical offices, banks, law offices, etc.
Click on the link below to see photographs of some of the collaborative work between Fuller Building Group and Annie Soboleski Design!
I would love to write a testimonial for you, maybe it will be good to have a person who has waited four years to write to you because the house has been so good....and it isn't just because I am so thrilled with a new home....after 4 years I still love my home and how things have worked how you have been so wonderful to come back if needed or always available by phone to answer any questions I have had!! I am so glad you were my 7th interview....it's my favorite number!!
The last thing you want is a contractor to be working on your property, only to find out they don't have the proper insurance or aren't licensed to do the work, because if something goes wrong or someone is hurt at a work site, you could be held liable for the damages. Make sure that the general contractor you choose has ample worker's compensation, property damage, and personal liability coverage.
The best way to ascertain if the general contractor you choose is skilled and competent enough to do the job is to ask for and verify a list of references consisting of past customers that you can contact. Customers that get what they paid for and who are happy with the job your contractor has done for them are usually only too happy to provide an endorsement on the contractor's work.
1. How long have they been in business?
2. Do they have an office or place of business you can visit?
3. Are they financial stable enough to handle your project and be held to a draw schedule?
4. Do they have a successor if they became injured or sick during the middle of your project?
These could perhaps be uncomfortable questions to ask but it is best to know the answers prior to the start of your project.