It is in the best interest of both you and your general contractor to finish your project successfully. All parties should leave the job happy. You should feel like you acquired the best building that money can buy and the general contractor should make a profit so they can continue to do business. If this is your first time working with a general contractor, you may not know how to go about things. To protect your interests before, during, and after the building process you should a) hire the right contractor b) thoroughly review the contract before signing c) make cautious but timely payments and d) avoid liens.
Joe Street - Street Toyota
I'm pleased to write a recommendation. In the summer of 2001 we contracted PSB to add five new service bays to our service department. We are very please with the results and with the length of time it took to do the project. We would definitely recommend them and will be considering them again for any future projects.