When hiring a contractor for your site development project, there are a number of factors that need to be taken into consideration. Here is a closer look at some of the things that should be considered in order to help choose the right one.

Licensing and Certification

First, you want to be sure the contractor that you hire has the proper licensing and certification necessary to do the work. Ideally, the contractor that you work with should have training specifically in the field of wireless communication construction. 


The contractor that you hire should also have full coverage insurance. By having full coverage insurance in place, you can be certain your property and project will be projected from liability or other issues that may arise during the construction of your project. If someone is injured while working on the project, for example, the insurance will cover these expenses. 


A reputable contractor will provide a warranty on the work that is completed. The warranty should cover workmanship errors as well as manufacturing flaws. With the warranty serving as a guarantee, you can rest assured that you will be covered if problems should arise after your site is constructed. 

Contract Guarantees

The contractor that you hire should provide you with a contract that clearly states the scope of the job as well as the cost. Expectations for the project should be spelled out in the contract as well as an estimate of how long the job should take to complete and what materials will be used to complete the job. 

Communication Skills

The contractor that you hire should have strong communication skills. After all, you want to feel as though the contractor is really listening and understands what you need from your project. The contractor should also be in regular communication with you by providing up-to-date information on the progress of the project.

Of course, with Coal Creek at the helm, you won’t have to worry about these considerations! Our team will find the perfect contractor for you and your project while handling all aspects of your site development plan.