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The contractor licensing process ensures that each contractor is trained and qualified to perform quality services, at a fair rate. If you are planning an upcoming building or renovation project, it is important to make sure that you work with a contractor who has passed the contractor license exam. By working with a person who has their contractor license, you can rest assured that you will be provided with reputable services. Here is a quick peek into the dangers of hiring an unlicensed contractor.
Injuries on the Job
In order to become a licensed contractor, a company must have both licensing and insurance. With insurance, a contractor’s workers will be protected in the event of an injury or accident on the job. If you work with an unlicensed contractor, you run the risk of paying hospital bills or other fees if someone becomes injured while working.
Another danger of hiring an unlicensed contractor is the potential for poor workmanship. In order to pass the contractor license exam, a contractor must demonstrate a high level of skill and competence in his or her chosen craft. By working with a licensed contractor for your project, you will ensure that your building is built with the highest level of service.
An unlicensed contractor may also provide you with dishonest quotes for the cost of your job. When you work with an unlicensed contractor, you run the risk of losing significant amounts of money during the course of your project. To ensure your peace of mind, it is important to always choose a licensed contractor for your building or renovation needs.
At Arizona Contractor License Center, we help contractors in the state of Arizona set up their licensed contracting businesses. If you are interested in becoming a contractor, be sure to visit our website to see how we can help you get started in this terrific field. To learn more about how we can help you get your contractor license, call us at (888) 738-3175.
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