Be Weary Of Ultra Low Prices
Everyone likes a bargain and it’s easy to understand someone being interested in a super low price. The problem is that when the price is substantially lower than what anyone else is offering it is almost always offered by an unlicensed jack-of-all-trades or a business that has a poor reputation. It is possible that someone just getting started out may offer an ultra-low price but in almost every case it is a clear indicator that there is an issue.
Another problem with those offering super low prices is the fact that the price they quote doesn’t include all the costs that will ultimately be charged. A homeowner might find that they thought the price was going to be one thing and then find that it’s several times the price that was originally quoted. Very often super low prices are given on the phone or at an initial meeting but then once the technician arrives and starts to work they then inform the homeowner that cost is going to be more.
It’s very common that a homeowner feels under pressure because the technician is already there and they started work. They don’t want to waste more time trying to call for a second estimate and they feel some obligation because the person is there and has already begun. These are some of the tactics used by those who offer ultra-low prices that you should be wary of.