“Licensed, insured and bonded” are three terms that describe the ideal roofing service. But what do they really mean, and how do you even check if your roofer is licensed? The answer is quite simple. A licensed roofer has completed a theoretical and practical training course and has enough experience to have earned a license that makes them a professional roofer.
Being properly insured simply means that, should there be an injury or your property being damaged while the work is being done, you or the injured worker will be compensated, so you and your roofer won’t have to spend extra money. Finally, a bonded roofer has paid a certain amount to a surety company to act as protection in the event of any financial losses – like when the roofing project was botched and the company needs to give you your money back.
It’s typically pretty easy to find out if a company is insured and bonded. Simply ask them. They should be able to (and in most cases, they’ll want to) show you a copy of their insurance policy and bond.
However, when you ask if the company is licensed, it’s also important to ask, “with whom?” Contractors are required to have their license number on all bids, so they should be able to comply when you meet with them and ask for their license number. Then you can also check the number online on the State License Board website associated with your state. Get the best roofing service from https://richardsonroofing.com/fayetteville-roofing/ in your area.
This entry was posted on Friday, February 19th, 2021 at 3:15 pm and is filed under Roofing.
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