Showing posts with label atlanta commercial construction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label atlanta commercial construction. Show all posts

Friday, May 10, 2013

What Smart Atlanta General Contractors Know

The average American has a lot of stuff. So much stuff, in fact, that many choose to pack their attics and basements to the brim. When those start overflowing, some people may take to stuffing closets or, eventually, to renting expensive storage units. There are just certain goods that, even if not used often, people are unable to throw away for whatever reason. The good news is that, by working with experienced Atlanta general contractors, like the knowledgeable professionals at Eco Custom Homes, you can ensure your home has all the space it needs to house your goods clutter-free.

Atlanta commercial construction firms are good about including all of those major storage areas you need, like basements, attics, and garages, as they design your office spaces. It’s even more important, however, that storage features are built into the fabric and design of your building itself. Talk to Atlanta general contractors about your storage needs and requirements long before building starts.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Regarding Atlanta Commercial Construction

Atlanta Commercial Construction Companies are a dime a dozen so it pays to do your research.  You can begin by doing drive-bys of new or existing properties, and ask for a reference and recommendation. Generally speaking, people are brutally honest about their largest investment.  Secondly, check online. Technology has proved to be amazing at collecting and making readily available what peoples opinion of a company is.  Particularly with Review Boards such as Google, Yelp and others, you are able to find out quite a bit about any Atlanta Commercial Constuction company.  Third, if in the negotiating stage with one or several companies, ask for references.  Ask for several names and contact information and call them all.  Ask the same questions of all and determine if there is a common theme with regards to quality, craftsmanship, timeliness and communication.  All these topics are vital when dealing with commercial construction.