Don’t Forget These 3 Questions When Hiring a Glass Specialist
When done right, glass can be a beautiful addition to any commercial space. When there is an issue with your glass, it not only affects the property’s aesthetic appeal, but it can be a safety hazard as well. This is why working with a commercial glass specialist you can rely on is key. With so many options, it may be overwhelming to choose the right company. How do you know which company is the best fit?
The best way to retrieve the best possible care from a glass specialist is by making sure you are asking the right questions.
Do You Have Experience?
Price is generally a determining factor for any commercial property work. However, cheaper doesn’t mean better. Companies that offer cheaper prices may do so for many reasons, and unfortunately one of those reasons has to do with experience. Glass specialists with little to no experience may come cheaper, but remember: you get what you pay for. Look for a company with experience in all things glass. If the company you hire has done work similar to your project in the past, then you can assume they know what they’re doing.
Do You Have Insurance?
You may think that because your request is simple, you don’t need to ask about insurance. Simple jobs should not be exempt from insurance coverage. Always ask about insurance beforehand because accidents can happen. If someone suffers injuries on your commercial property, your business may be liable.
Do You Have a License?
No matter the project, you should never trust an unlicensed contractor to handle commercial glass. An official license means that the contractors and every individual who will work on your project have the appropriate training to complete the project.
Do not hesitate to ask as many questions as possible. We will be happy to answer any questions that you have regarding our credentials and what we can do for your project. At Horizon Glass, we handle commercial glass and glazing projects for businesses, new construction, and more. Call 303-900-5689 or email us today to learn more!