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Paul Ingram Shares How to Find the Perfect Construction Company for Your Project

Paul Ingram from Mesa explains the three best ways to vet a construction company to find the perfect match for your project.

SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, July 6, 2018 / -- Acquiring the right construction company for your project is not an easy feat. This is a major investment, that is far more than financial. It’s also procuring and enhancing the quality of life. Whether the project is at home or at work, the project is affecting the decision maker's life. So, when people hire a construction company, this investment becomes the company’s investment to control. The quality of work that the construction company does throughout the project is going to last far beyond the span of the contract.

Fortunately, Paul Ingram shares the secrets to finding the perfect construction company for your project. Ingram knows that when a person hands over that control, they should be confident in the hands which are going to be building their future. So, Ingram wants to ensure that anyone looking for a construction company is aware of three of the main factors; credentials, professionalism, and the testimonials of the company’s past work.


Confirming credentials are the first assurance of vetting a construction company. A legitimate business owner will be extremely forthcoming with this information, as it should be the bedrock of the business’ foundation.

Here are the three mandatory credentials:

Business Licenses-Each state has mandatory statutes, which each business must comply with to maintain safety standards and accountability.

Insurance- There are many different kinds of insurance. Make sure the company has the right insurance for the type of work that is needed.

Local and National Association Relationships- A legitimate company should have a plethora of longstanding relationships with both local and national associations. One of the most informative of which, for any business is the Better Business Bureau.

If the construction company is even hesitant to provide this information, Ingram warns that the decision maker should walk away.


When hiring a construction company, professionalism is paramount. Every person representing the company should share a collective business attitude that is reassuring and straightforward.
Considering the salesman for a company should be a master at professionalism, a true testament to the company’s overall performance is receiving the quote. Quotes should be prompt and thorough.

After all, a quote is a basic business communication. It should be an easy and quick procedure. That's only the beginning of a construction company's job. After that, there are high-value budgets, technical plans, and safety concerns. Therefore, the company's overall workmanship should be severely scrutinized if they can’t master the basics.


Any company can feign quality and professionalism at the beginning of a job and most can continue their charade throughout the quote and the start of a contract. That is the simple part of the job.

The real evidence of the quality a construction company produces is inherent in the testimonials that they receive. Positive word of mouth reviews is encouraging. Yet, written testimonials are a solid indication of how construction company throughout the timespan of the job. Sometimes, it can even provide a snapshot of the quality a construction company has done even years after the contract has ended.

To close, Paul Ingram is pleased to share these tips for finding the perfect construction company for your project. While these credentials and warning signs can be easy to spot, they’re essential to realize before signing a contract.

Eric Ash
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