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6 Things Hotels Should ask when hiring an Interior Contractor

12 October 2020

A good interior contractor plays a significant part in your renovations or interior fit-out in Indonesia. There are many aspects involved in choosing the right contractor. This includes construction and design experience, as well as creativity and good service.

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Once you have decided to hire an interior contractor in Indonesia, the first step is to know what is involved in the process. Understanding the process from start to finish can help give you a better concept of the design process, cost, as well as timeline.

Here are a few tips to get started with choosing an Interior Contractor in Indonesia:


1. Start with a plan

Before you choose your contractor, it’s good to have a clear idea of what you need. This could be in the form of a document of everything that you need done first, as well as any further information about the project, such as floor-plans, materials you might want, styles, and more. Don’t worry if you don’t have all the details yet. A good interior contractor should be able to help perfect your plan according to your requirements.


2. Find a contractor that specializes in your industry or product type

Different interior contractors have different specialities and experience. For example, if you are looking for interior fit-out services for your hotel or resort, it would be good to choose a company that has experience in those projects. Browsing a company’s past projects can also give you an idea of what a specific interior contractor is capable of.


3. Choosing Materials and Finishes

There are so many types of materials or finishes to choose from. These can be selected based on requirements, styles, and budgets. Working closely with a good interior contractor can make it easier for you to find the best materials that will suit your needs and vision.


4. Understanding Costing

Once you have fully finalised your design, your interior contractor should be able to give you a cost breakdown. This will include specific items and materials, as well as delivery and installation. At this stage you are also helped in deciding whether the project matches with the budget or need more adjustment regarding the cost. You should also take note of any additional design fees or charges.


5. Know your Timeline

It’s good to have a clear idea of how long your project will take. This can help to avoid any disappointment or misunderstandings as your project progresses. Ask for a breakdown of how long each step should take. How many days for a product to become available or to be manufactured? How long for installation? Knowing this can also help you to stay organized and ensure your project is completed in a timely manner.


6. Changes needed?

What happens if something is not according to your project details, or perhaps it simply does not look how you imagined? Before starting your project, it’s good to discuss with your interior contractor what will happen in these situations. A good interior contractor will always provide the best advice and solutions in any situation that will and may occur.

We hope that these tips will give you a better idea of what to look for when hiring an interior contractor in Indonesia. Any further questions? Get in touch with our team today.

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