What are some tips for having a contractor install address numbers?
Communication is a key element in dealing with hired workers. Read on for some additional tips for having a smooth experience with your contractor.
Communicate Upfront With Your Needs and Preferences
Whenever you hire a contractor to install address numbers, they should be given clear instructions on exactly what is needed and expected. Make sure to communicate your needs and preferences upfront so that no surprises arise later down the road. To get the best out of your contractor, make sure they understand where on your property the numbers will be placed and how large they need to be, as well as any other details you want them to know. It also helps to have an open dialogue and provide constructive feedback about their work in order to ensure a successful outcome.
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rick mclain, author
Rick is a licensed architect at repp mclain design & construction. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arizona and an MS from the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). When he’s not designing and fabricating he enjoys spending time with Brandy, Jack, Avery & Taylor and restoring his grandfather’s Ford pickup truck.