Email:
info@peelbuilt.com

Phone:
302-738-1468

Address:
Sandy Brae Indstrial Park
Newark, Delaware 19711

What Any Prospective Client Should Think About

Before you consult with any contractor, it is useful to give a little thought to what you want –  in terms of the construction/remodeling project itself, as well as your expectations of the contractor/builder.  This ensures that you and the contracting firm are “on the same page” from the very start and prevents unpleasant surprises later on.

We ask prospective clients to take a few moments look over the following questionnaire.  We hope you will find these questions helpful in thinking about your project:


Your name:

Your email address:

Phone number:

Address:

What kind of construction/services do you need?

Custom home
Addition
Sunroom
Screened porch
Deck
Kitchen remodel
Bathroom remodel
Custom cabinetry tile work
Window replacement
Miscellaneous repairs
Consulting or design services

How long have you been thinking about your project?

What made you decide to do it?

Have you already consulted with a professional about your project?
Yes
No

Do you need help developing a budget?
Yes
No

If you have a budget already, what is the range?
$0 - $5000
$5,000 - $10,000
$10,000 - $20,000
$20,000 - $30,000
$30,000 - $40,000
$40,000 - $50,000
$50,000 +

Are you interested in doing some of the work yourself?  If so, what?

Do you have a set of plans developed for your project?
Yes
No

Do you need help designing plans?
Yes
No

When do you want to start the project?

1-2 months
3-4 months
5-6 months
7-12 months

Are you familiar with James A. Peel & Sons?
Yes
No

Do you know someone who has had work done by our company?
Yes
No

Please rate the following on a scale from 1 to 5
(1 = least important, 5 = most important):

Dependability of contractor
Cleanliness of contractor
Reputation of contractor
Years in business
Presentation
Quality of construction
Price of project
Knowing cost of materials for project
Knowing contractor’s profit on project
Warranty
% of project subcontracted

Would you prefer hiring a contractor with company employees performing most work?
Or, would you prefer hiring a contractor that subcontracts most work?

Any additional questions or comments: