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Contact Information:

Mr. Contractor, Inc.
2634 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Tel. 215-423-5525
Fax. 215-423-9662
info@mrcontractor.com

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How did you hear about us?

You may wonder why we always ask you this question, "where you heard about Mr. Contractor?" We spend a lot of time and resources on spreading the word about our company. It is important to stay competitive and it is our goal to keep the company continuing for many future generations. Advertising requires a sizeable budget. We want to make sure every dollar spent is done so effectively and efficiently. The more we can save on advertising, the more cost savings we can spread to our customers. Advertising is essential but so is referrals and recommendations. We are fortunate enough that more than 75% of our jobs come from returning customers and their referrals.

Phonebook Angie's List  Philadelphia Magazine  Philly Home Show 
Did you see us in Supermedia "Big Book" or YellowBook "Smaller Book"  Did you see us in Angies's List Magazine monthly publications or online website.  Did you see us in Philadelphia Magazine monthly publication or online website.  Did you see our booth at the Philly Home Show or  in  House & Home Magazine.
     
Trucks  Referrals  Internet Search Website 
 Did you see one of our trucks driving around your neighborhood? Did you hear about us from a prior or current customer of ours?  Did you find us on Google or see us on Instagram or YouTube or Facebook? Did you find our full website or visit our mobile-friendly website?
       

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We love to stay in touch with all our customers. It is important that we have your most up to date information so we can communicate. Please call or email us for more information on your remodeling needs and to schedule a free estimate. Use this form if you are a customer wanting to update your contact information or if you would like to be on our mailing lists. We periodically send postcard mailers and email newsletters of our current specials and limited coupons

Our Brochure:

They say a brochure is the second most important item of advertising a business needs after a website. Although consumers get most of their information about products and services from the internet, most people like to have a hard copy to refer to. A brochure explains what our business is about and is a useful item to have as you can display it, post it and hand it out.

Please take a moment to look at our brochure. You can view it as a PDF and print it from the convenience of your home. Or ask your sales advisor for one during their visit.
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Our Licenses & Registration:

We are fully registered and licensed in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey as a Home Improvement Contractor. We are also Licensed in the city of Philadelphia as a Contractor. Always hire a contractor that has the proper registration and licenses necessary. Please take a moment to view our licenses and registration, along with our EPA registration, proof of insurance, and workmen's compensation verification.

Our Mission:

Help is finally just a call, fax and button click away. Mr. Contractor is a name you can count on. We are your one stop destination for all your general contractor needs. You dream it, we build it. We have been building trust and serving the Philadelphia and Bucks County community since 1949.  Please contact us today! 

We are committed to being accessible. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please call or send us an email. Typical response time is 1-2 business days, depending on the nature of the question. Please note that we do not respond to form letters or e-mail campaigns. Remember to include in your contact information your name, phone number, email address, and best method and time to reach you. We strive to be a modern company that embraces technology and accessibility.

Our Terms:

  Warranty All work performed is guaranteed for one (1) year upon completion.
All material is guaranteed as per manufacturer’s warranty.
  Verbal Estimate We provide FREE verbal estimates. Once we speak to you and inspect the jobsite where the work will be performed we are able to provide you with an estimate. We are more than happy to write the estimate amount on one of our business card backs which will be honored for 90 days.
  Written Estimate We provide a written estimate upon request for a fee ranging from $100-$200. This amount will be credited back if you chose to go forward and have the work performed. You may ask why we do this. In most cases the written estimate is needed for insurance work. These estimate are detailed and time consuming. If we did this for everyone for Free we would never have time for our customers. This is an accepted practice by most contractors.

What Questions Should I Ask Potential Contractors?

According to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), timing and money are the most common questions that home improvement contractors hear. These simply aren't enough. If you are going to have a successful remodeling project, you need to learn the right questions to ask and how to ask them.

It is also important to realize that sometimes it is not the answers you get that are significant, but what you don't get. Asking the right questions is not enough. You need to pay attention to your instincts and to what information is missing. Remodeling can be a fun experience. You get to create your dream room or home and learn a little about design and building along the way. All you need to do is ask the right questions. So tap into your curiosity and ask away.
NARI remodeling contractors state the questions homeowners asked most frequently were:
• When can you start?
• When will you be finished?
• What time will you knock on my door each morning?
• What time will you quit for the day?
• Are you going to work everyday?
• Can you finish before (insert any major holiday or significant family event)?
• How much will it cost per square foot?
Here are some questions we recommend you ask before signing a remodeling contract:
• How long have you been in business?
• Who will be assigned as project supervisor for the job?
• Who will be working on the project? Are they employees or subcontractors?
• Does your company carry workers compensation and liability insurance?
• Are you a licensed contractor?
• What is your approach to a project such as this?
• How many projects like mine have you completed?
• May I have a list of reference from those projects?
• May I have a list of business referrals or suppliers?
• What percentage of your business is repeat or referral business?

Unlike your accountant or stockbroker, your remodeler will be a part of your daily life and available for some on-the-job education. It makes sense that you should take some time to carefully select this person and make sure that it is someone to whom you can ask questions.

Useful Videos About Contractors & Remodeling Projects:

Watch a short 4-minute video from the NARI on "selecting a general contractor for home improvements" Watch a short 3-minute helpful video from Expert Real Estate Tips on  "home renovations and expect the unexpected" Watch a short 2-minute helpful video from Expert Real Estate Tips on "using your contractor to your advantage" Watch a short 2-minute Public Service Announcement highlighting "the dangers in hiring the wrong contractor".