Frequently Asked Questions
 
Our intent is to educate our customer to help them make an informed decision in selecting a general contractor.  Regardless of the size of your project, you want to make sure you're dealing with a reputable company.  At Wolfe Construction Services, LLC, we encourage our customers to ask questions.
 
We have provided a list of what we think are the 8 most important questions a consumer should ask before selecting a contractor to do business with. 
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Is your contractor qualified?

Are you a licensed contractor in the state of Virginia?

  1. What class of license do you have?
    • Class A =

      Contractors perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is $120,000 or more, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any twelve-month period is $750,000 or more.

      Class B =

      Contractors perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is $10,000 or more, but less than $120,000, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any twelve-month period is $150,000 or more, but less than $750,000.

      Class C =

      Contractors perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is over $1,000 but no more than $10,000, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any twelve-month period is no more than $150,000.

      How long have you been licensed?
All licensed contractors are registered with the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulatory Board for Contractors.  You can search a contractor or company name to verify they have a valid license at www.dpor.state.va.us 

 

Is your contractor reputable?

  1. Do you carry liability insurance?
  2. How much are you insured for?
  3. Will you submit a detailed proposal in writting?

Is your contractor accountable?

  1. Are you a member in good standing with the Better Business Bureau?
  2. Do you have references that I can contact?
Information regarding a companies standings with the Better Business Bureau can be found at www.centralvirginia.bbb.org