A. "We work with the same small group of subcontractors all the time. This reassures our clients that they are getting the quality service they expect. We develop relationships with two or three subs in every specialty so we have a choice. Then we spread the work around between them according to their schedules and the kind of work they do best. If they’re too expensive, we’ll try to find out why, rather than automatically shopping the job."
— Mike McCutcheon
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