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Overview of Binswanger Glass

Binswanger Glass is typically a General Contractor and Subcontractor who has worked on 13 projects in the last 12 months according to available project information. Scroll down to learn more about Binswanger Glass’s recent projects, explore reviews and ratings on Binswanger Glass’s payment processes, and see how you should work with them.

Binswanger Glass has worked on projects in 5 states in the last 12 months. Of the 13 jobs known, 12 were Commercial and 1 were State / County. They ...

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Reviews and Ratings of Binswanger Glass

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There is 1 company that has rated Binswanger Glass’s payment practices with an average payment speed of 5 out of 5. This is in the top 5% of all U.S. contractors.

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How to Work with Binswanger Glass

Are you on a project with Binswanger Glass or want to know how to work with them? Learn about how other contractors are working with Binswanger Glass including how often contractors are paid on time and what documents you should be sending.

Step One
Notify you're on the job

This helps the GC and owner know you are on the job and need to be paid.

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No one has sent to Binswanger Glass in the last 12 months.
Step Two
Send a Pay App

Sending a pay application helps track job progress and make sure you are paid for the work you do.

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155 contractors have recently sent with Levelset.
Step Three
Exchange Lien Waivers

Exchange a conditional lien waiver with your invoice to help speed up payment.

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3072 contractors have recently exchanged with Levelset

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Is your invoice taking long to get paid?
Send an Invoice Reminder. Other contractors send an invoice reminder 15 and 25 days after sending an invoice.
Have an overdue invoice?
Send a Notice of Intent to Lien to push for payment and avoid a mechanics lien. A notice of intent to lien results in payment on more than 95% of projects.

Binswanger Glass Job History, Rankings, and Trends

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Based on the all-time 54 jobs publicly available, contractors working with Binswanger Glass are paid on-time on 98% of jobs with 1 reported instances of slow payment. Binswanger Glass ranks in the top 50% of contractors in the United States. Relative to other contractors in the United States, Binswanger Glass pays at a Fast payment speed.

Below you can find recent projects Binswanger Glass worked on that had reports of slow payment. Subs and vendors reported slow payment on 7% of Binswanger Glass’s jobs in the last 12 months. These subs sped up payment by exchanging 1 slow payment claims, sending no lien threats, and filing no mechanics liens.

Slow payment reported (90+ days) for Commercial project in Aubrey, Texas

Work worth over $10,000 | 3 months ago

About Binswanger Glass

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On their website, Binswanger Glass describe themselves as:

“ Binswanger Glass, originally founded in 1872 is headquartered in Memphis, TN with 61 locations in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, North Carolina… ” read more


Office Locations:

111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78701

Works in:

Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee

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