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Your Techo-Bloc landscape stones are precious. Let us help you find a professional contractor who will treat them that way.
A quality installation is just as important as the stone itself, which is why Techo-Bloc has created the Techo-Pro contractors program. Our referral program helps you find qualified Techo-Bloc contractor(s) in your area with the knowledge and experience to design and build exactly what you want. Techo-Pro contractors have been pre-screened to ensure that your driveway, poolside, patio, steps, walkway, or other installation meets or exceeds industry standards and our own. Be sure to read our Helpful Tips on Finding the Right Contractor below, before choosing any professional to do your work.
Find a Techo-Pro contractor
Enter your Zip/Postal code in the field appearing on this page and our database will generate the names and contact information of Techo-Pro contractors in your area. You may also use our Dealer Locator to find a stone yard, garden center, or nursery near you that sells Techo-Bloc landscape stones.
Techo-Pro contractors are not employees of Techo-Bloc; they are independent professionals who have applied for and been accepted into our Techo-Pro program after fulfilling certain requirements. Techo-Bloc's designation of these Techo-Pro contractors is merely a service to homeowners and we cannot assume any responsibility for work performed by a Techo-Pro contractor.
Helpful tips on finding the right contractor
While Techo-Pro contractors are pre-screened by Techo-Bloc to meet certain standards, it is important that you do some research of your own. Here are a few helpful tips on selecting the right contractor for you:
- Be sure to ask for at least three references.
- Ask to see examples of their work, making sure that the contractor has sufficient experience performing the scope and type of work you want.
- Not every contractor is going to have a retail-style place of business; many, in fact, work out of an office in their home. This doesn't make them any less qualified or skilled. More important are their credit references, years in business, and insurance status.
- Speaking of insurance: ask to see their liability coverage and workmen's compensation insurance certificates.
- Comparison shop: get at least two, but preferably three estimates from different contractors.
- Get a thorough proposal in writing. Be sure to include a complete description of the work to be performed, specific products to be used, warranty length and coverage, payment terms, and any other pertinent issues.
- Do not allow the use of "substitute materials" and be wary of any written stipulations or clauses that permit their use.
- Especially important for larger jobs: have the contractor put in writing the stipulation that all code requirements will be met, and denote who will be responsible for obtaining the necessary permits.
- If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Be suspicious of bids that are unrealistically low and don't jump on a "bargain basement" price for materials either.
- You get what you pay for. The use of lesser-quality materials, no matter how insignificant it may seem, will only come back to haunt you in the end. Do not cut corners to save money as you will regret it.
- Never pay in full for work until it has been completed to your satisfaction.
- In the end, it is up to you to decide whether a contractor is suitable for your particular job. Techo-Bloc cannot assume any responsibility for any problems you may encounter with a contractor you choose.