Home Services Guidelines and Best Practices

Sub-Contractor Management

Sub-Contractor Management guidelines, FAQs and unit pricing information

January 2014

Are you looking for independent, trustworthy advice about Sub-Contractor Management? Do you need to understand common installation options? If your project calls for Sub-Contractor Management work, the following guidelines and best practices will help you understand: Is a subcontractor really necessary for Sub-Contractor Management work? Will a permit be required? What are common problem areas? How much will Sub-Contractor Management labor cost? What are the important Sub-Contractor Management quality checks that should be included in the work requirements?

Sub-Contractor Management - Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fair price for Sub-Contractor Management?Costs vary with project size, job quality and time of year. For typical Sub-Contractor Management expect to pay between $213.00 to $1,065.00 for each hire subcontractors. Additional fees are typically charged for small projects or rush jobs.
Is a permit needed for Sub-Contractor Management work?Design approval and permits from your local building department are not required for Sub-Contractor Management. If your home is subject to homeowner association (HOA) covenants, you should verify that your Sub-Contractor Management project complies with association guidelines.
Is it worth using a professional to perform Sub-Contractor Management work?The appearance, functionality and useful life of the hire subcontractors may be compromised by poor installation. Hire the service provider carefully and tie payment milestones to appropriate quality checks (use the list below).
Is Sub-Contractor Management something that I can do myself?The typical Sub-Contractor Management project can be completed by a moderately skilled do-it-yourselfer; as with any project, high quality Sub-Contractor Management requires attention to detail and careful planning.
How many days are typically required to complete the Sub-Contractor Management work?This work can be completed in 2 to 10 days.

Sub-Contractor Management - Options, Quality Checks and Important Details

Use the list below to document your expectations for level of detail and finish quality for Sub-Contractor Management. Make sure that relevant information is included in any written contracts or work orders on your project. Before any Sub-Contractor Management work begins, review the checklist with the service provider. Tie payments to satisfactory completion of this checklist.

Sub-Contractor Management - Work Milestones and Project Reminders

The following list summarizes work tasks commonly performed during Sub-Contractor Management. These tasks help ensure proper completion of the hire subcontractors work and compliance with common manufacturer and vendor warranty requirements. Make sure that either you or your service provider takes responsibility for each of these tasks. All service provider task responsiblities should be clearly called out in the written contract or work orders.



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