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5 Ways to Find and Hire a Dental Office Contractor Who Won’t Rip You Off

5 Ways to Find and Hire a Dental Office Contractor Who Won’t Rip You Off

There’s nothing that can turn patients away faster from dentists than a cramped office or peeling paint on the walls. If your office isn’t in the best of shape, that could influence future customers to go elsewhere. Hiring a dental office contractor might just be the one decision you need to turn your office—and private practice—around. Here’s how to find one:

Use a referral system

Dentistry IQ suggests getting referrals from people you already trust. So if you know someone who can recommend a contractor, then give that contractor a try.

Mine your contacts

Even if your friends don’t know someone, they might have a friend who does. So ask your contacts to reach out to their own networks for referrals. This might turn out to be more helpful for you than you think.

Ask suppliers

Swing by the paint shop and ask them about possible tips and recommendations on who to call for your office improvement project. Chances are, these suppliers know the most reliable contractors in town and can easily pinpoint them out to you.

Go online

If those searches don’t produce results, you can always go online and scou through the SERPs until you generate a list of potential contractors. Just make sure you’re thorough. Get the contact numbers and ask for their quotes.

Compare quotes

Don’t forget to compare those quotes. Don’t automatically opt for the cheapest option on your list, though. Consider if it’s going to give you value for your money or if it’s just going to be a colossal waste. Does the contractor produce quality results? Is the contractor trustworthy, with the right training and license to finish the job? If all that checks out, then that’s when you should give that contractor’s services a try.

So find the right dental office contractor. Use these tips to help you out.

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