BBB Accredited Business Profile

DanRic Homes

DanRic Homes

(706) 882-7773

DanRic Homes

44 years in business
89 Durand Rd
LaGrange, GA 30241-2586
BBB File Opened: 01/15/1983
Business Started: 02/01/1973
Business Started Locally: 01/01/1974
Business Incorporated: 01/01/1974 in GA
Business Management
  • Ms. Kelly Cain, VP
Contact Information
  • Mr. Darby Pippin, President
Business Category
  • Building Contractors
  • Home Builders
  • Real Estate Developers
  • Real Estate

Additional Information
  • The following comments provide general information for consumers, and do not necessarily reflect the practices or record of any particular company. If you are considering building a home or hiring a general contractor, deal with someone whose work i...
  • The following comments provide general information for consumers, and do not necessarily reflect the practices or record of any particular company.

    If you are considering building a home or hiring a general contractor, deal with someone whose work is well known. Check with friends or neighbors for names of several contractors. Get bids based on the same set of specifications and materials. Get local customer references from the bidding companies and go check the work. Ask the homeowners questions about the contractor and his work.

    Make sure that your chosen contractor has written liability and workmen's compensation insurance covering employee injuries.

    Before you sign the contract, it's a good idea to drive by the business address to make sure it's not just an answering service or a vacant lot or building.

    Thoroughly read and understand the contract before signing and never sign a blank or partially blank contract. A written contract should be easy to read, with all the services to be performed spelled out. Written contracts may include such things as: a list of materials to be used, a starting and completion date, written payment schedule. If there is any warranty information on labor and materials, get this in writing also. Make sure that the building permits are in the contractor's name. It is the contractor's job to obtain any necessary permits. It would also be a good idea, especially for a home building contract, to have your attorney review it completely before you sign it.

    Never make final payment until the work is completed and the job site cleaned up. Typically, payment should be 1/3 down, with payments due at various stages of the work.

    These are some helpful tips from your Better Business Bureau.

Products & Services
This company offers Residental construction/sales.
Licensing, Bonding or Registration
This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Number of Employees: 
10

DanRic Homes

DanRic Homes

BBB ACCREDITATION SINCE 01/31/1983

Customer Review Rating:

100%
This business has no complaints filed

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