Constructing and remodeling a building takes a lot of teamwork. Usually, the general contractor for the job will be in charge of making sure everything gets done right. They hire a crew they can trust and oversee all the different parts that will make up the job as a whole. Often times they will work with a subcontractor who has an area of expertise that the general contractor might not be as familiar with or maybe they just need extra hands. Regardless of the reason for hiring a subcontractor, one thing remains important above all. Trust.
When you hire someone to do a job for you, you’re putting your trust in that person to get the job done right. When your general contractor hires a subcontractor to help with the job you trust them to hire someone that they, in turn, trust. Communication is important here for all parties. Your contractor should let you know who they are hiring and relay your needs to the new addition to the team. These relationships are vital not only to the project but to their businesses as well.
Reputation is important for a business. Especially, in smaller towns like the Mat-Su Valley. When a general contractor hires someone to help, they are putting their own reputation on the line as well. That is why trust is such an important component to this relationship. If they hire someone who doesn’t do a good job or get it done in a timely manner then it reflects poorly on them.
The ideal situation here is when you trust not only your contractor but the subcontractor as well. It takes a team to complete a large job and when you know you can trust your team it will take a load of worries off of your back. Here at Stevens Glass, we have spent the time to make sure we deliver quality work that you can trust. We understand the importance of a working relationship between contractors and subcontractors. That’s why we stand behind our work, whether we are hired directly by the client or hired as a subcontractor on a job. The most important thing to us is that when you hear the name Stevens Glass, you know you’re in the hands of someone you trust.