4. Visit the current project.
Visit the builder’s existing work site. It’s more than likely you’ll come into contact with the owners and be able to knock off one of those testimonials you need to confirm you have the right company.
When you’re on site look for a clean and well organized building site.it’s a tell tail sign of the positive team culture. A tidy site prevents accidents and gives the team a sense of pride in their work environment.
5. Team culture
If there is a positive team culture in the team, especially with builders, then this is a good sign. Let’s be honest, builders have the reputation of being stuck in their ways, so seeing a team culture is a great thing.
With a good team culture there will be an openness for change, which is the main ingredient to providing a great service and the motivation to succeed.
So try and find out if the team is familiar with having targets set on projects and whether the project schedule is known by all. You might see this schedule when on site.
So, if you make the effort, I promise you, it will help you make a much better connection and foundation between you and your builder and you will gain the all important confidence and trust that will help your building journey be an enjoyable one.
I wish you all the best.