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From Foundation to Trusses: What Can a Building Contractor Do for You? December 22, 2017

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From Foundation to Trusses: What Can a Building Contractor Do for You?, Clarksville, Arkansas

From architectural blueprints for trusses to final inspections, construction projects involve many complex steps that require the highest attention to detail. So whether you’re planning to build a home or a corporate office, you need to hire the right building contractor for the job. If this is your first time arranging construction work, consider the following points to learn more about what these specialists do and when you should hire them.

What Do Building Contractors Do?

trussesBuilding contractors are trained, experienced, and certified professionals that specialize in the construction of a physical structure. They will follow the plans laid out by architectural blueprints to accurately lay the foundation, erect trusses for framing, install roofs, and use a variety of construction materials to complete other structural elements—such as floors and roofing. Simply put, these specialists handle every aspect regarding the physical structure of the building.

When Should I Hire a Building Contractor?

If you’re considering a construction project—including renovations—you’ll likely need to hire a builder. Although it may be inviting to consider a DIY project, professionals will make sure that your design is constructed up to code, is safe, and is completed on time and within budget. Generally, you should start looking for a contractor after you complete plans with an architect.

How Do I Choose the Right Contractor?

There are several elements to consider when hiring a building contractor. Most importantly, you’ll want to hire a professional that can verify that they are licensed and insured—these criteria are essential to ensuring the legality and financial security of your project.

Beyond that, you’ll want to find a specialist that has the right materials, crew, and equipment to handle your project within your timeline. For example, some may specialize in homes while others work primarily with commercial structures. It’s also important to review their previous work to make sure their capabilities match your needs.


If you’re searching for a trustworthy and experienced builder in Arkansas, start with the professionals of H & H Construction. With more than 30 years of experience, these contractors adapt to a variety of projects and ensure that every step is completed with top resources and precise planning. If you’re a general contractor looking to streamline your project, this Clarksville, AR, contracting company also offers ample selection of first-rate building materials and truss construction at competitive rates. To find out how these professionals can assist with your project or to request an estimate, call (479) 754-4999.

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