This isn't your first project, you know what has to be done, and you know how to judge good work.
So why are you still reading contractor reviews posted online like: "On time and Cleaned Up".
You want to know more about their trade skills, their formal training, their past and present projects. You want to know that it’s their livelihood that’s on the line.
We are homeowners and trade professionals that get involved.
We know the difference between skilled and unskilled labor.
We work directly with our trade professionals as a team and expect quality workmanship on each and every project we submit.
Projects are posted by any of our members.
Trade professionals that match the skill-set of the project can interact online with the project poster.
Ask questions, request additional information, verify drawings and plans, talk about materials, make suggestions, etc.
Project posters will then update their online project post to answer all published trade professionals questions.
We create the online environment that helps you make a better project plan which will lead to you being more that just satisfied when the project is completed.
Moderators and Mentors monitor posts and will make suggestions based on industry best practices.
We require detailed information for each project so you can get the best quality response. Pictures of before, during and after are required so others can see what the project is about, who did the work and how the work was competed. Everyone has a camera phone, it's time to use it each and every day to provide the images that tell a better story about your skills.
We publish final project costs and require our posters to publish an itemized list of expenses.
Contributing is a Two-Way Street, be sure to share with other members your experience and your project in over the top detail.
TruckAndTools.Com offers online services that allow our professionals members to promote their trades and our standard members to publish their projects so they can find the trade professionals to help complete them.
We take pride in our trades and our skills.
We take quality of workmanship very seriously.
We carry forward work ethics of a master craftsman each and every day.