big upfront deposits can mean big trouble for consumers
With the warm weather of summer lots of consumers look to make home improvements and seek qualified contractors to assist them. Every year the stories multiply of instances of consumer fraud where customers pay a big deposit and then the contractor never returns or returns to provide inferior work and products.
At McCall Commercial Fencing, it is not our practice to ask customers to pay an upfront deposit unless the preferred style of materials is a special order item.
When seeking a fencing contractor always look for the following:
1) a state contractors license in good standing in your state
2) fully insured with both workman's compensation and commercial liability
3) a company operating from a physical business location
4) a company with a good credit history with their suppliers (don't be afraid to check!)
5) a company that does not ask for deposits for normal (not special order items) styles
Feel free to call us for more insight as to how you can protect yourself when buying your new fence and to schedule your free estimate.