I want to supply the carpet. Is it better to get it supplied & installed while the builder's on site

As a homeowner, I want to supply the carpet. Is it better to get it supplied and installed while the builder is on site or afterwards?

It is always best to let the builder have clear possession of the site while the builder is completing the build. Having your own trade contractors on site can cause extra delays for the builder and additional complications. All of which could cause you additional cost depending on your contract type.

So having the carpet installed after the builder’s work is completed and the builder has left site, is the simplest and least risky way to have the work completed.

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