Who Do I Need on My Team to Get a Winning Project?
While it may be too late to be working on your home this year this is a great time to be thinking about what needs to be done to be able to remodel next year. Who do you need on your team to create a winning project?
To be able to realize a successful remodeling project you need a team working with you to get all the needed tasks done.
You should look at your self like the owner of the team. You are the person who is going to make the big decision about what players are going to be on your team and do everthing to ensure your have the best players.
This is a big responsibility. Pick the right team and your project is a success. Pick the wrong team and your life will be miserable.
All the team members need to know their roles.
The success of the team is dependent on how all these individuals work with one another to be able to accomplish a clear goal.
The most important person on your team is the remodeling contractor.
The remodeling contractor is like the general manager and the manager of a baseball team. He will make the many different decisions involved in putting together the right group of people for your project. He will choose all the players.
Prepare to put your team together.
Start looking now to find a remodeling contractor who can help you with planning your project and bringing an experienced team to work with you to get that project built right the first time. This is not a simple task; you know that it will take time and you are going to do it right.
Ask the tough questions.
There are some good questions to ask when you speak to people for whom your remodeling contractor has worked with in the past. Here are some:
- What was the best thing about your contractor?
- Tell me about a problem that happened on your project and how the contract corresponded.
- If you could change one thing about your contractor, what would that be?
- Were all the subcontractors good? If not, which one would you have preferred? Which one was different and why?
- The next time you remodel would you hire the same contractor? Why or why not?
The questions you are asking of the contractor's references are open-ended and designed to help you get the benefit of their experiences. You want to know if they think the contractor was a good person to have on their team.
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