EXCELLENCE AND PROFESSIONALISM
RESPONSIBLE & RELIABLE SERVICE
DEAL DIRECT WITH OWNER
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
ICPI CERTIFIED INSTALLER
PERFECT CLEAN RECORD
QUALITY WORK & CUSTOM DESIGNS
REFERENCES ON REQUEST
Suffolk County County
IF YOU DO YOUR HOMEWORK IN SELECTING YOUR CONTRACTOR , YOUR FINISH PROJECT WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH A LIFETIME OF ENJOYMENT.
Established in 1998 Pantera offers the the highest quality hardscape and masonry installations in Suffolk County. Responsibility, reliability and customer satisfaction is my number one priority. Pantera is a second generation construction company built upon old world values with new world technologies and equipment. I always return phone calls have and always had a clean record with consumer affairs.
BEFORE HIRING A CONTRACTOR, MAKE SURE TO..
CHECK THE CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE
- A license is required for any construction business that advertises, offers, bids, arranges for or performs any construction altercations, home improvements, remodeling, or repair work. A non-licensed contractor may not have liability insurance and his business practices may be questionable. The license also protects you against "fly-by-night" companies who take your money and disappear.
- Check with previous customers, were they satisfied with the work? Was the work finished within a reasonable time frame? Did the contractor return phone calls? If the person had a problem with the contractor, ask how the contractor responded to the complaints. Look at examples of the contractor's work.
NOT HIRE SIMPLY BASED ON LOW PRICING
- The old saying: "You get what you pay for" generally applies here. A higher bid may be worth the price in better materials, workmanship, and reliability. Personally, I've gotten a lot of calls about customers regretting hiring the cheaper alternative contractor, and asking me to repair their poor-quality work.
HAVE A WRITTEN CONTRACT
- A written contract protects you. It is required that all construction agreements be committed to a written contract. The agreement should include: a starting and completion date, detailed description of work to be done, and payment schedule that states payments will be made as specific work is completed.