One of the first questions people interested in a sunroom ask is - how much?
I tell people, it's unwise to pay too much but it's WORSE to pay too little! When you pay too much, you lose a little money ... that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes lose everything, because the item you bought was incapable of doing the function it was bought to do (and the company does not have enough profit in the job to rectify the problem).
The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot - it can't be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well advised to add a dollar figure for the risk you run, If you do that, you would have had enough to pay for a better product in the first place.
People will also make decisions out of haste because if they sign the order TODAY the salesperson will discount the price. I can understand a fifty or seventyfive dollar savings, but if it is hundreds or even thousands, that salesperson is playing with your emotions. I have also seen companies greatly reduce prices when they find out you are shopping around. Even with a reduced price, I would think twice about dealing with someone who was going to overcharge you in the first place.
The whole point is this - shop around, see jobs, speak to customers who have dealt with that company (reputable companies will be happy to supply this information) and take your time making YOUR decision. Also, be prepared to have that salesperson out to your home, If someone gives you an "accurate" square footage price over the phone, they are basing it on averages, which means you could be paying for someone else's room.
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