When you get multiple estimates from contractors, you are likely to get a wide-range of prices. For the responses on the low end- ask yourself why? What are you not getting from this contractor, relative to the higher-priced alternatives? I can tell you that often the low-priced bids, ultimately end up being the most expensive over the long term. Expensive change orders once the project starts; poor workmanship or materials resulting in early life failure; inexperienced contractors abandoning a project mid-stream (when they realized they underbid); something catastrophic happening - only to find out the contractor was unlicensed & uninsured after the fact; and the list goes on. We've seen it all.
We make the most of your hard-earned dollars in several ways. First, by doing quality work that lasts, we ensure you don't penny-pinch now, at the expense of being pound-foolish over the longer term. Second, because we are a one-stop shop for most of your needs, we can realize significant savings for you vs having to hire multiple specialist contractors. Third, our one year warranty means that we'll fix any workmanship issues for you, free of charge (even the best technicians will make occasional mistakes). And finally - because we are licensed and maintain full insurance coverage - you are financially protected in case something catastrophic goes wrong.
We do not try to "save" you money (or maximize our profit) by cutting corners, paying sub-standard wages (which would result in high turnover of technician staff, and low quality work), or skimping on insurance (which would mean excessive risk).