A win-win for both homeowner and contractor, Easy Job Quote does the leg-work to evaluate a potential project, then connect homeowners with professional, approved contractors who have provided a bid on the work.

Homeowners + contractors both win with innovative, EASY renovation process

“I’m more than pleased with Easy Job Quote, and I couldn’t be happier with the contractor I found through their service. I am delighted with my new bathrooms. I have recommended Easy Job Quote to lots of my friends and even ran out of their business cards!”

So, you know you want to renovate, and that getting several quotes from respected builders is essential.

Question is, who do you call?

To save yourself time and money, and to get started sooner, your first call should be to Victoria’s Easy Job Quote.

“We do the due diligence in vetting the contractors, to make it easier for the homeowner, so they don’t have to look up and call every contractor themselves,” says Lisa Tinney with Victoria’s Easy Job Quote, a BBB-accredited business.

At the same time, the process works for contractors, freeing them up from time-consuming project evaluation and bidding, while bringing them clients ready to get down to work!

“When we post a job, it’s a real job,” Lisa says.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Contractors are assessed and approved: Far more than ensuring contractors are fully insured and have WCB coverage, assessment involves speaking with previous clients and employers, and evaluating potential contractors based on five criteria: Quality; promptness; professional behaviour; cleanliness and likelihood to recommend, Lisa says.
  2. Project assessment: An Easy Job Quote project developer will bring a wealth of residential and commercial development experience to your project: reviewing plans and goals, taking measurements, discussing materials. Even better, as a neutral “middle man,” they do it without the sales pressure that sometimes accompanies the planning, Lisa notes.
  3. Project tender compiled: After assembling a professional tender for the work, and finalizing it with the homeowner, the Project Developer shares it with multiple previously vetted member-contractors for quotes on the job. For Easy Job Quote member-contractors, it means you can bid on detailed, professionally prepared projects from the comfort of your office or home. “For our member-contractors, we save them the work of going out to assess individual jobs during the busy times, and when it’s quieter, we also bring more potential jobs to them.”
  4. Choose your contractor: After reviewing the submitted quotes, and accessing customer reviews for companies that bid on your project, you’ll select the bidder who’s the best fit, then a full, legal contract is created, clearly outlining all agreed terms.

It’s that easy!

“We want to help educate people as well as support them,” Lisa says. “We want our process to help you feel very comfortable with your renovation, so you can sit back and enjoy your home.”

Ready to learn more? Email Easy Job Quote, call 250-590-8182 or check out their Facebook page today.

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