The California State Contractors License Board says that anyone performing construction work, in California, that totals $500.00 or more in labor and materials must be licensed; Hawaii says $1,000.00 or more; and Chicago and New York say no work should be performed without a license “full stop”.
And the California Labor Enforcement Task Force (LETF), performs policing to enforce carrying workman’s' compensation insurance, providing a safe work environment, proper payment of wages and support the collection of all California taxes, fees and penalties. And assure that anyone performing work for which a contractor's license is required have a current contractor's license.
Tip! To be safe, before you hire anyone to work on your property, licensed or not, take the time to educate yourself and have a contract in place before starting the work.
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While unlicensed workers can fill an important role for completing small maintenance jobs and quick repairs around your home, building or facility knowing your Protection Options is important.
A Contractors license does not guarantee that the work performed will be good or acceptable under the terms of the Agreement (Contract Documents). It simply assures that the contractor has met certain basic standards and that the contractor is licensed. It also assures that the contractor has a minimum amount of insurance as required by the respective licensing agency. And some agencies require a Contractor's License Bond.
Tip! Know your respective Contractors Licensing Requirements
Profiles and Credentials
Licensed or not seeing their respective profiles or credentials is important.
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