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Contractors in Toronto

Use TrustedPros to find professional home improvement contractors located in and serving Toronto - contractors that have been previously hired, rated and reviewed by Toronto homeowners. Have you hired a contractor before? Share you experience with other homeowners by writing a review.

Post your project and local pros contact you or browse contractor profiles and make informed decisions by comparing credentials and reading trusted customer reviews.

When you have laid out your plans and have your wish list completed for a home renovation or building project, you'll undoubtedly find that the selection of a contractor becomes a top priority. Finding a good contractor in Toronto is made a whole lot easier by following this simple guide.

Start with TrustedPros!

No matter what your project entails, TrustedPros has a large list of potential contractor candidates to select from. This includes anything from small, general handy work to general contractors for larger projects, and every profession in between.

Make sure you have carefully thought about your project and what it might require. You can check with the city of Toronto if you are unsure about what permits are required. On their website you'll find helpful information for all sorts of building trades. Also notice that Toronto is divided into four customer service areas. You'll find a map on their website.

Once you have a general idea of what you need it is time to secure a few competing bids from Toronto contractors. Usually 3-6 are plenty. Type in the type of project you are looking to have completed on TrustedPros and begin looking at the contractor descriptions. See that they have the experience for your type of project (residential vs. commercial, for example) and that they have had success with past users of TrustedPros.

Make sure all contractors receive the same specific requirements you're calling for on your project. It is hard to compare bids, warranties involved and materials used without concrete details. Handing each contractor the same plans and requirements will make your selection process go much smoother, and it will avoid miscommunication down the road.

When you've narrowed down your selection to just a couple of contractors, check their references. A good contractor should be happy to supply you with the phone numbers of a few previous customers. At the same time you can check with the Toronto Municipal Licensing and Standards division to make sure the contractor you are selecting is properly licensed.

Finally, make sure you understand the terms of the contract you are signing with your contractor, and agree on a payment schedule and milestones that must be completed before you write a check. You can also look at the Construction Lien Act for guidance.

Following these steps gives you the best opportunity to complete your project while minimizing time and expenses.

Top-Rated Contractors in Toronto
rating 5 from 10 reviews 416-858-8821 View Profile

Recent Review: “I recently (February 2013) had Stephane and his team complete a small project in a rental property of mine. It included the replacement and r... more

Edward from mississauga on Feb 19, 2013

rating 5 from 2 reviews 416-727-5676 View Profile

Description: Kitchen is the most visited place in your home. Artall R.M. will make sure you feel wonderful every time you walk in. We will help you in design, and choice of right materials. We will be with you... more

rating 5 from 1 review 416-469-4499 View Profile

Description: Contractor for commercial and residential projects. Corporate office interiors finishing. Commercial projects: • Modular office furniture service , installation, outsourcing and refu... more

rating 5 from 5 reviews 647-889-5373 View Profile

Recent Review: “Aaron had excellent ideas and suggestions for renovating my small bathroom - very professional, kept in touch throughout, explained the work a... more

Liz from toronto on Jul 24, 2014

rating 4.9 from 55 reviews 416-550-8474 View Profile

Recent Review: “MTP construction did an excellent job of completing the renovation on time, on budget and with a good level of quality. In addition, they car... more

Paul from toronto on Jun 23, 2014

rating 4.9 from 5 reviews 647-869-3254 View Profile

Recent Review: “We recently purchased a new house and needed some electrical work done. Since we are not originally from Toronto we just searched on the internet for... more

Renee from etobicoke on Jul 3, 2008

rating 4.9 from 10 reviews 416-781-0044 View Profile

Recent Review: “We recently had our old garage demolished and a new one built in its place, and we are really happy at the results. The team at Brentwood was gre... more

Kevin from toronto on Jul 15, 2014

rating 5 from 2 reviews 416-900-7070 View Profile

Recent Review: “This is a fantastic a company to work with. The work was really good! Alex and his partner did a beautiful job placing us new windows. They were t... more

Carlos from toronto on Jul 2, 2014

rating 5 from 5 reviews 416-882-4098 View Profile

Recent Review: “AAA Atlas Roofing was amazing. From the quote to install of the roof was within a week. Their prices were fair and beat all the other quotes within... more

Jeff from bowmanville on Oct 30, 2013

rating 4.9 from 3 reviews 647-361-9232 View Profile

Recent Review: “Doug Lanns has been our contractor for many years. He is skilled, professional and an invaluable source of knowledge and guidance when consulting ... more

Marianne from toronto on May 14, 2014

Businesses Recently Added

Main Services Offered: Decks, Carpentry, Fencing
30 Millsborough Cres., Toronto, ON | Tel: 647-449-8800
Main Services Offered: Caulking
1 Bayliss Ave, Toronto, ON | Tel: 416-832-4731
Main Services Offered: Basement Renovations, Framing, Home Additions
32-2-Secord Avenue, Toronto, ON | Tel: 647-834-1614
Main Services Offered: Carpentry, Handyman Services, Home Restoration
4800 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto, ON | Tel: 416-613-1919
Main Services Offered: Carpentry, General Contracting, Basement Renovations
146 Bernard Avenue, Toronto, ON | Tel: 647-269-3140

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