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ContractorLink is a professional construction advisory service that works with customers to understand their specific needs to connect them with the appropriate contractor, this is at no cost.
Our goal is to meet the needs of our customers and depending on the situation we can ask our contractors to follow-up directly, set up a conference call and even facilitate face to face meetings to discuss specific needs.
A common challenge for customers, 75% plus indicating they struggle to locate an appropriate contractor, is being able to secure contractor services in a timely fashion and meet their specifications. North American ContractorLink was created to meet this need.
All of our staff members have worked directly in the industry each with over twenty years experience and have deep knowledge of maintenance and construction needs.
There is not cost to you our customers that depend on us to provide guidance in the proper identification and securing of a highly qualified contractor.
Our network and participating contractors is very important to our ability to meet our mission in providing outstanding contractors to our customers. We are always interested in improving the team. You can email email@example.com for information.
We are committed to providing only proven contractors to to our customers. We are constantly asking out contractors to update us on their performance records as well as ongoing training and certification course work they are pursuing.
Our focus today is the Midwest and Southeast, however we have access to a network of some of the best contractors in all North America and we can put you in touch with them directly.
Our advisors and contractor network have taken care of the industrial maintenance needs
of both large and small plants and taken part in building and maintaining bridges to buildings and all things