MANAGE LEAD TIMES EFFECTIVLEY
Supply chain issues are causing unplanned projects to turn from smooth to delayed very quickly.
So how do you avoid this? With a ‘lead time window’ A well put together schedule will include something called a ‘lead time window’, which is the length of time before the materials your contractor ordered make it to site. This is important, to make sure product is arriving at the right time, based on the what stage of your project you’re in. Some long lead times include:
Locally sourced, BC made products used to take longer to get then something in stock at warehouse from our neighbours down south. With the current supply chain issues worldwide, that’s no longer the case. A custom. locally made product will not only arrive to your door faster, it will typically be built better. A product built in BC supports the local economy too and is more sustainable!
You’d be surprised what is made in BC in 2022!
GET A FIXED PRICE, IN WRITING
This is always a great call with any renovation project over two thousand dollars. A fixed price ensures you’re paying a set amount. Coupled with a detailed scope of work and a full set of plans, this makes sure your project turns out exactly how you want it, with very few questions left unanswered.