contractors-working-in-Iowa

Contractors working in Iowa - How they pay

Looking for contractors in Iowa? On this page, learn more about contractors in Iowa and how they pay their customers. This includes ratings and reviews of Iowa contractors, their lien and payment warning history, and a contractors level of risk of slow payment relative to other contractors in Iowa. Read about what other contractors and suppliers said about a specific contractor and their experience getting paid for the work they did. Before you start your next job, research contractors in Iowa below so you know what to expect from that contractor, how they pay, the terms they ask for on projects, recent liens and claims sent to them, and if they have a history of not paying their contractors on time. You can compare different contractors in Iowa to understand who are the slow payers and fast payers. Knowing what to expect before starting a new job will help you set your contract terms and know what documents you can expect to exchange, including preliminary notices and lien waivers. Planning for payment will help avoid potential payment disputes or non-payment during the project. Below, you can search for specific contractors you’re looking for or sort contractors by their payment rating, number of recent liens, the documents they exchange, or see lists of contractors working in specific cities in Iowa.

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Payment Score
65 / 100

1 rating

Contractor Overview

Frito Lay is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 201 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Frito Lay's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
99 / 100

1 rating

Contractor Overview

Harbor Freight Tools is typically a General Contractor who has worked on 2280 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Harbor Freight Tools's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
81 / 100

1 rating

Contractor Overview

Sabre Industries is typically a Subcontractor who has worked on 13 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Sabre Industries's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
85 / 100

1 rating

Contractor Overview

The Home Depot is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 959 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about The Home Depot's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
75 / 100

1 rating

Contractor Overview

Tyler Homes (NJ) is typically a General Contractor who has worked on 0 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Tyler Homes (NJ)'s recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
75 / 100

5 ratings

Contractor Overview

The Conlan Company is typically a General Contractor who has worked on 375 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about The Conlan Company's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
85 / 100

5 ratings

Contractor Overview

Facebook is typically a Property Owner / Public Entity who has worked on 171 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Facebook's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
75 / 100

35 ratings

Recent Review a month ago

The company is very professional, however the lack the ability to pay on time. They are ALWAYS 90+. If you have worked with them in the past you know you have to be patient with these people. If you have a big project, make sure you read the fine print. Also, they charge YOU a fee to get paid. Make you you add that fee to your bid.