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If you are planning any project that requires directional boring, such as laying new fiber optic cable or gas lines, then one of the first things you’ll need to do is choose a boring contractor. Our team at Airo Splicing, LLC, wants to help you make your project the best it can be, so in this article we’ll be going over some tips on how to choose the right contractor.

How to Choose the Right Boring Contractor

  • Decide on Your Budget. When choosing a boring contractor or any other professional, it’s a good idea to decide on your budget ahead of time. This means you’ll need to do some research on how much directional boring typically costs so that you have a realistic idea of the prices involved, and while this may seem like a hassle, doing this research will also help you avoid being overcharged. When you work with our team at Airo Splicing, LLC, you can count on us to always provide fair and honest estimates for any project.
  • Ask About Experience. Another thing you should look into when selecting a boring contractor is how much experience each candidate has. You want the job to be done right, which means you want someone who has been working in the industry long enough to be familiar with the work and consistently deliver high-quality results. We also recommend taking each technician’s total experience into account, not just how long that company has been in business. Although Airo Splicing, LLC, is a relatively young business, our two owners have over 60 years of industry experience between them.
  • Check Their Reputation. Lastly, before you hire a boring contractor, you should check out their reputation with customers in your community. You can do this by reading online reviews, checking databases such as the Better Business Bureau, or even just asking around. In addition, a reputable company will be happy to provide you with a list of client references to help you learn more about the quality of their work–any hesitation to provide this information is a sign that you want to move on.