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August 18, 2015
Getting a home performance project in gear can be one of the most exciting things that California homeowners can experience. Plenty of people, however, have experienced what it’s like to work with the wrong Solano County home performance contractor, and sometimes, the problems that can result come along with lasting ramifications. This is one of the many reasons why it’s important to take the time to choose the right home performance contractor for the job.
So, what should you look for when choosing a contractor? It’s pretty basic, really. Here are just a few things to think about as you prepare to get your next home performance project in gear.
Appearance and Attitude
Contractors often get a bad name, typically based upon poor experiences working with people who show up to the job looking disheveled and with a rude attitude. At Greiner, we believe that attitude and appearance are extremely important, as we want our customers to be comfortable with who is coming in and out of their homes. Our talented contractors are true gentlemen and ladies and arrive at every job looking their very best, with an attitude to match. It’s something that goes overlooked all too often in the home performance industry, and we’ve worked to ensure that it never becomes a problem for our customers.
While we place a great deal of focus on appearance and attitude, no home performance contractor will be effective at his or her job without the right set of qualifications. The staff at Greiner boast some of the most impressive accolades in the business. We’re highly rated by the Better Business Bureau, and our contractors are BPI GoldStar certified. We also work with some of the most effective programs for helping California homeowners to finance energy upgrades, including CaliforniaFIRST and Home Upgrade California (HUC). When you work with Greiner, you know you’re working with home performance professionals who are at the top of their game.
No one wants to be blindsided with an extremely high invoice or given an unrealistic timeframe, which is one of the reasons we believe transparency to be an extremely important aspect of the home performance industry. You can rest easy knowing that we’re giving you the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and we’ll never sell you on a home energy upgrade you don’t actually need. This is where transparency comes in, and it’s a big part of how we operate.