Project Management – every project needs to be managed, and having a builder that can offer this in addition is a bonus.
Cost – building on its own can be expensive, including the costs of the labor can be scary. A Freelance specialist builder can offer you lower costs because of their lower overheads.
Suppliers – the builder will need to enlist the services of other suppliers, like bricklayers, painters, plumbers, and the likes. Knowing that your building professional can provide these outsources at good prices, will take a load off your shoulders.
Materials – the cost of materials to build can set you back a fortune. A good builder will know where to source; not only quality materials, but also the best priced ones too. This can range from the bricks to build, the cement, the piping, the wiring and everything in between.
Guarantees – once all is said and done the builder will be able to give you a guarantee of work completed. With all buildings, they settle and cracks can appear. This can be a worrying factor and with the high price of insurance and the general risk of insurance not covering certain after workmanship issues, it will be good to know that a guarantee or warranty of work can be given by the builder.
Insurances – a qualified, registered builder can give you the assurance of being able to cover any losses incurred after a natural disaster or even a possible theft of materials.