Choosing the right contractor to complete your project can be a stressful decision. The sooner in the process this decision can be made, the more benefit the contractor can be to your process.

Making a commitment to work with the contractor of your choice allows that contractor to provide you with better service. If a contractor has 6 customers requesting service and information, and 3 have committed to work, while the other 3 have indicated they are looking for multiple bids or "shopping", it is pretty clear who will receive the contractor's best efforts.

The question is how do you know which contractor is worthy of your commitment? How do you tell if the contractor will deliver the specified product, stand behind their work and take responsibility if there is a flaw? You want a "good value", but how do you know if the price is competitive? You want the project to proceed smoothly and efficiently, but how do you ensure that it will cause as little inconvenience to your lifestyle as possible.

The contractor that can make life easy for you and give you a quality product at the same time may be a better value even if the price tag is a little more, because it's actually a superior product if you can be happy and relaxed while your work is proceeding.

At Rossbach Construction, we will provide answers to all of your questions. We can even give you a list of questions to ask prospective contractors, so you can feel comfortable that you made the correct choice and be able to move forward with confidence. We want you to know that we are committed to fulfilling your desires, that we will deliver quality work and that we provide an excellent value.

Above all, we prize honesty and integrity. Tell us your concerns and we will tell you ours. We can provide the best service when all the cards are on the table.

Thank you for your consideration. We look forward to working with you.

Regards,

Will Rossbach
President

Don Hruby
Vice-President

P.S. Finding and choosing a qualified remodeler is easier than ever. One particularly good online resource that offers an abundance of information and guidance is the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.