Kitchen renovations take time and tradespeople can be coming and going from your home for a number of weeks.
So you want to know in advance how that’s going to work and how to minimise the level of inconvenience to you and your family. Every home is different so it’s important to discuss and agree various elements in advance.
You’ll want to know what days the tradespeople are going to be there, when the tradespeople will arrive and leave each day, and if they’ll clean up the mess they make each day too.
- What precautions will they take to protect your furniture, floors and the security of your home?
- Will they need to store equipment or tools overnight on your property?
- A reputable kitchen company will discuss all of this and more with you in advance.
Questions on project management
- Who will be the project manager and what will be best way to get in contact with that person?
- Will the project manager be working on site and, if not, how often will he or she come to check the work?
- Will the tradespeople be the same throughout the project and how many other jobs are they working on at the same time?
If a company is reluctant to get into specifics on the above points ask yourself why. It’s another red flag.
How Rosemount does it:
- Every project is different, so we always discuss with a client in advance and agree the specifics of how the work will be done.
- The client knows when the tradespeople will be on-site and that they’ll treat the client’s home as if it was their own.
- Each client is assigned a project manager who visits the site regularly and can be contacted by the client by mobile phone, text or email.