Rebuild NJ Connects Contractors
Since March 1, our goal at Rebuild NJ has been to connect New Jersey homeowners and business owners with reliable, local, licensed contractors. Following Superstorm Sandy, there is just so much information out there available to everyone, but it’s extremely obtuse and difficult to understand. It is almost a situation of too much information and not enough sense and simplicity.
Many homeowners have already rebuilt their homes and their lives are back to normal. However, thousands of other homeowners in New Jersey and all up and down the East Coast are still trying to get back on their feet.
What we at Rebuild NJ have found over the past few months is that our local contractors are often the ones with the most up to date, actionable information about rebuilding homes and small businesses. Contractors are on the ground every day. They’re talking with dozens of different homeowners, business owners, and other contractors on a weekly basis. They have become the de facto army of rebuilding news and have helped Rebuild NJ to understand a lot.
In addition to Rebuild NJ contractors having some of the best access to information, updates, and most of all, personal accounts, contractors have been helping one another immensely. For many NJ builders and contractors, the past six months have been the busiest of their careers. Like it or not, a storm of this magnitude presents tremendous business opportunity for honest contractors to make an honest living doing what they love.
Because contractors have been so busy, they have had to rely on others for sub-contracting, joint ventures, labor sharing, and general networking. There is no one contractor that can do absolutely everything, so it has always been an imperative that contractors team up for projects, especially larger and more complicated ones, to help Rebuild NJ as fast as possible.
Contractors with complimentary sets of expertise have been able to help one another get larger jobs and finish them more quickly. The Rebuild NJ process will take many more years, and many parts of our state will never be the same. However, cooperation among contractors and other service professionals such as engineers, surveyors, architects, attorneys, insurance companies, public adjusters, lending institutions, and even local government, will help us Rebuild NJ in the most efficient way possible.
Rebuild NJ – How You Can Help
If you are a contractor and are looking for help with larger projects, or even looking to expand your business by networking with other local contractors, poke around the Rebuild NJ site a bit and contact some contractors you think would be a good fit for you and your business.
If we at Rebuild NJ can help you in any way, feel free to contact us in the comments below, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the Rebuild NJ phone number at the bottom of this page.