Three reasons Why Your Commercial Contractor Your First Call

If you own or operate a commercial property, you are bound to deal with unanticipated repairs or construction issues. Especially the pandemic and series of lockdown orders have made us realize that you may have to deal with situations you truly never imagined. Commercial properties were shut down for months. Later, when they reopened, owners had to make many alternations and upgrades, like installing hand sanitizing stations, touch-free systems, and spacing barriers, to incorporate social distancing guidelines.

However, in such situations, you may not know how to start with it or whom to call for help. We suggest you call your commercial contractor when anything like this happens.

Below, we have listed the top three reasons your commercial contractor should be your first call when the unexpected strikes.

1. They already know you and your facility- Usually, when a contractor works with a client, they also build a strong relationship with them which sustains even after the work is complete. Therefore, if you call them on an urgent basis, they are most likely to come at your request because they are familiar with your property and know it inside and out. In fact, they can also offer you virtual advice on how to secure your property and change it as per your needs and concerns.

2. They are probably doing the same work for others- Most unexpected events affect the entire geographic area. It means that your local general contractor might be already aware of the problem and is helping other clients deal with it. They might have already stocked up on materials and contacted their trusted subcontractors, and asked them to be ready on call. Moreover, they can also effectively coordinate work for clients located near each other.

3. They have the right connections- You may not know whom to call to set up the touch-free systems or install sanitizing stations. However, your general contractor knows; therefore, you should have them on your speed dial, primarily if your business is situated at multiple locations. They have resources and connections in almost every geographical area. Moreover, if you cannot access something due to a lack of supply or increased demand, they can arrange it for you by tapping their contacts and requesting their help. 

Additionally, they can handle various tasks for you, ranging from carpentry to plumbing and repairs or even cleaning up after a large-scale disaster. A reliable general contractor is a valuable resource and an expert. Therefore, you should always call them first whenever anything unexpected happens.

About M & A Jones

You should always make the first call to your commercial building contractors whenever any unforeseen circumstances show up. At M & A Jones, we offer versatile and reliable general commercial construction services. Our clients choose us for our pristine reputation for taking care of our customers and going the extra step to ensure project success. For more information, contact (870) 251 1969, write to or fill out the contact form.

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