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Although all residential contractors should be skilled in a range of areas, like renovations, remodeling, building, repair, and house additions, many boast specialties that make them stand out from the rest. Where one company may be a specialist in historical renovations, another may focus on roofing or siding. This helps narrow down the field and allows customers a chance to pinpoint exactly what type of company they need, whether for home improvements, repair, or new construction.

Being a general or residential contractor can be exciting, posing challenges and rewards each day. It's physical work, so anyone working in this business must be physically fit. It also takes dedication to get to the site on time in the mornings and get the job done efficiently.

How does one become a residential contractor? An education in construction management is a plus, as is education with a specialty, such as carpentry, drywall installation, painting, or concrete work. A formal education isn't usually required, though, as the bulk of a contractor's experience is gained on the job. Learning a trade on the job is a valuable piece of work experience, and only helps to further one's career in this industry.

An apprenticeship is usually needed, where the worker can gain experience in all aspects of building a home, including remodeling exteriors like siding and interiors like basement or bathroom home improvements. Contractors should be licensed and certified in specific construction trades, such as plumbing, electrical work, and HVAC. Insurance is also necessary to protect the contractor in the event of an accident.

Because it's the job of a general contractor to oversee and manage building projects, he or she must possess good management and communication skills. These are necessary to be able to effectively communicate between members of the team, as well as with the client.
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200 Old 63 S Ste 208, Columbia, MO 65201
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1204 Rogers St Ste G, Columbia, MO 65201
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1989 County Road 256, Columbia, MO 65201
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2230 Bluff Blvd, Columbia, MO 65201
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1306 Old 63 S Ste F, Columbia, MO 65201
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8900 E Columbus Ct, Columbia, MO 65201
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4601 Interstate 70 Dr SE, Columbia, MO 65201
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2130 E Highway 163, Columbia, MO 65201
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3514 Interstate 70 Dr SE, Columbia, MO 65201
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651 Brook Valley Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
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5100 Stone Mountain Pkwy, Columbia, MO 65201
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1416 I70 Complex Ct, Columbia, MO 65201
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4839 Meadow Lark Ln, Columbia, MO 65201
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1 Hospital Dr, Columbia, MO 65201
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3208 Lemone Industrial Blvd, Columbia, MO 65201
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1005 Cherry St, Columbia, MO 65201
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3407 Berrywood Dr Ste 201, Columbia, MO 65201
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When deciding how to choose a residential contractor, contact a few different contractors to get hours, location, specialty, rates, availability and reputation. Ask if the contractor has a website you can consult for additional information. There, you can find out the various projects the contractor has worked on in the past and match it to your needs, whether you need a kitchen cabinet, appliance, lighting, kitchen plan, door, window, home theater, home designs or wood floor plans. Find out the contractor's background to make sure he or she holds the proper licenses and has experience in contracting and architecture, specifically for a new home. Target your search to residential contractors that specialize in what you want, such as new home construction, house plan for remodel work, architecture advice, or general residential construction on your home, house, mobile home, model home, modular home, or manufactured home. Sit down with the contractor to go over a possible custom home plan or house plan, whether it involves a new appliance system, wood working, kitchen cabinet or home theater. Ask what power tool systems the contractor will use for the job. Inquire about cost and materials, and other details on styles. When deciding how to find a roofing contractor, approach friends and family to see which certified contractors they recommend. Or, look online to find pre-screened residential contractors. Inquire whether the professional is part of a local, national or international company and if the contractor has any affiliations. Ask for pricing and a timeline in writing. Before choosing a residential contractor, keep in mind the professional's location, availability, rate, insurance, certification, and reputation in the business.

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