Framing contractors for residential and commercial clients.www.business.com/construction/framing-contractors/
Contractors specializing in fire protection construction.www.business.com/construction/fire-protection-contractors/
Salary information for construction industry.www.business.com/construction/construction-industry-salary-tools/
Information on project management for construction jobs.www.business.com/construction/construction-project-management/
Concrete contractors and services.www.business.com/construction/concrete-construction-contractors/
Contractors specializing in the construction of pools.www.business.com/construction/pool-construction-contractors/
Rock quarries and suppliers of minerals.www.business.com/construction/rock-quarry-and-stone-aggregate-companies/
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House framers play a critical part in home construction for they build the “skeleton” (walls, floors, and roof) of the home that sets the groundwork for a quality finished product. A strong attention to detail is essential during the framing process because errors in measurement, misread blueprints or poor craftsmanship results in project delays. More»
When there is stonework or brickwork to be done in your building or renovation project, hiring the right masonry service to complete the job is important. This is true whether your construction project is for a residential home or a commercial business.
The first step in choosing a reputable masonry service is to get as many project bids as possible from the companies in your area. Consider not only the cost of labor and materials but also the estimated time of completion that different contractors offer you, as well.
After narrowing it down to a few different bids, call your local Better Business Bureau to make sure that potential contractors do not have any valid complaints on file. Next, call your local building committee to find out about the licensure and insurance requirements for legal masonry services in your area.
Ask the final contenders on your list for references and access to any portfolios of previous stonework or brickwork they might have. Many offer photographs and reviews on their websites, while some may still carry conventional binder portfolios with them for potential clients to look over.
Browse through the links on this Business.com page to learn more about masonry services and how to find the right company to complete your project.