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3 Simple Ways to Thank Your Remodeling Contractor

If you have just finished a dream remodeling project for your home, you might be tempted to simply write a check and say farewell when the remodeler completes it to your satisfaction.

Don’t stop there — be sure to take the time express your gratitude for a job well done! As a rule, contractors don’t expect thank-you gifts, but if you’re looking for ways to show appreciation to your go-to local bathroom remodeling company, here are some ideas.

Say It in Person

While payment for work completed is important, everyone enjoys having their hard work acknowledged. Take the time to personally thank your contractor and the craftsmen who have brought your dream home to life.

Offer Honest Reviews & Referrals

Contractors thrive on honest client reviews and referrals. Positive online reviews are one of the most effective methods to transform leads to actual clients. By sharing your positive experience working with the contractor on review sites and their testimonial page, you’ll be helping the company secure future business.

It’s also a great idea to share photos of your finished project on their website or social media platforms. This way, you’re not only showing your gratitude to your contractor, you’re also helping other homeowners find a reputable remodeler for their bath-to-shower conversions and other upgrades.

Donate to Causes Important to the Contractor

Some contractors have their own charities and foundations that they support. Aside from showing your appreciation to your remodeler, give back to more people this holiday season by donating to the causes close to your contractor’s heart.

Connect With DreamMaker

For more expert remodeling tips and ideas, give DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Charlotte a call at (704) 243-8887 today. We’ll be more than happy to start a conversation with you.

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