Windows and Doors Subcontractor Pre-Bid Scope of Works

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The installation of windows and doors is an aspect of construction or remodeling that a contractor will likely subcontract out to a vendor.

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The quality of workmanship is important, not only for aesthetics but also for the function of the windows and doors. A highly skilled subcontractor with experience, a license, and proper training will ensure that the windows and insulation are properly installed. Additionally, ensuring a positive customer service experience will also be important, especially if the subcontractor will be interfacing with project stakeholders. The contractor will want to solicit invitations to bid from a number of potential vendors so that they can make sure they are paying a fair wage for the work that needs to be completed. It will also be important for the contractor to have a clear scope of work so the subcontractor knows what to include in the bid. This app for Windows and Doors Subcontractor Pre-Bid Scope of Works will help a general contractor outline the scope of work for all the vendors as well we provide a place to compare all the bids for a construction or remodeling project.

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