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09/19/2013
By: montesmayhem13
JW Builders
Dan Webb/JW BUILDER(S) works out of Herriman and Salt Lake City Utah as well. He took $2400.00 of our money also and never did the work he was supposed to. He is a fraud and a liar. DO NOT USE HIM OR GIVE HIM ANY MONEY! He was at least cited here in Utah for operating without a license.If anyone can give us any info on him please email me babydollmontes@hotmail.com it would be much appreciated.
04/30/2013
By: rod.hoole
JW Builders
This phone number goes to a guy named Daniel Webb. He is not a contractor He is using someone else's license number. he stole over $8000.00 from me and did $30,000 worth of damage to the building I am contracted to remodel. If you see this guy he is wanted for identity theft and a pile of other charges. not to mention all the judgments against him.
Tips & Advices
In most states, contractors are required to have a license before taking a job. Some states also require registration. To be licensed, contractors must pass an exam and meet certain qualifications that prove he or she is a competent flooring contractor. Registration is simply a list of who will be performing a job.
The time it takes to install flooring depends on the type of flooring and the size of the room or rooms involved in the project. In one day, a typical contractor can usually install up to 2,000 square feet of carpet, 600 square feet of hardwood or laminate, or 400 square feet of tile or stone.
  • Do you have a professional license, insurance, and a business liability policy?
  • Who will work on the project?
  • Do you subcontract, and do you screen workers and have insurance policies to cover them?
  • Do you have references or examples of your work I can see?
  • Do you charge for an in-home estimate?
  • What type of flooring is best for my home in terms of architectural consistency, environmental influences (such as whether a certain type of flooring will be affected by humidity in my area), and durability?
Legally, insurance is not necessary, but it's a good idea for flooring contractors to have it. When hiring a flooring contractor, ask whether the business is insured. If it's not, consider that a red flag.
A flooring contractor should know the pros and cons of each flooring option. These might include pricing, time of installation, durability, and average lifespan of the material.

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