Frequently Asked Questions

What should you look for in a contractor?

  • Look for a company with an established business history in your community.
  • Does the contractor have a good reputation in the community?
  • Is the contractor and office staff easily reachable?
  • Ask for references where a similar scope of work was performed.
  • Check with your local Better Business Bureau, are they in good standing.
  • Hire a license contractor, check with the California State License Board.
  • Is the contractor associated with professional organizations that are committed to continued education, such as NARI (National Association of the Remodeling Industry).
  • The most important question to ask yourself is: “Do I feel comfortable with and trust the person I am about to hire?”


“We drew up plans of what we thought we wanted and provided a prioritized “wish” list to three local contractors. Based upon their knowledge of our neighborhood, innovative suggestions, and a very detailed presentation, we signed a contract with Strong Construction.”
Alan & Janice, Glenmoor Homeowners