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Feb
28

Chosing A Contractor

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A new swimming pool is a big decision and a large investment. It is important to know who you are working with and how a company carries out the entire process. Several large well respected, well established pool contractors and pool and spa organizations thoughout the states have compiled a list of information any homeowner considering a pool contractor should think about before making a final decision.

1. Before contracting with a pool company, check to see that they are licensed with the state. A residential Builders license is preferred over a maintenance and alteration license as it requires the builder to possess a much broader knowledge of the building code and requirements than a maintenance and alteration license. Review their complaint record with this agency. Also check the pool builder through the Better Business Bureau. At the BBB Web site it indicates that, “To have a ‘Satisfactory Record’ with the Bureau, a company must be in business for at least 12 months, properly and promptly address matters referred to it by the Bureau, and be free from an unusual volume or pattern of complaints and law enforcement action involving its marketplace conduct.” Read More→

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