'Bonded, licensed, and insured' is a phrase that small businesses use to let their customers and potential customers know that they have gone through all of the legal procedures to be able to perform their trade.
Fill out the paperwork and pay the fees.
The first important step is to get licensed. You must meet all the requirements for getting bonded. Then find a bond producer in order to get bonded.
Be hired by them as a licensed, bonded and insured recovery agency.
You want a licensed, bonded, and insured plumber.
Yes, most paper shredding companies are insured. Before selecting a company for your paper shredding needs, make sure they are licensed, bonded and insured. The ensures that you are dealing with a reputable company.
Become a registered car dealer in your state by filling out the state applications paying the fees getting licensed bonded and insured.
Carpet installers are not required by law to be bonded and insured for all places, though for government buildings and a few others, it may be a requirement. However, it is much easier to find customers if you are bonded and insured.
You ask him.
Some companies require bids. If you are licensed, insured & bonded..go for it.
It depends on what state you live in, the laws vary. In most states you have to be licensed, bonded and insured. The fines can be $10,000+ for being caught working without proper licensing.
No. Bonding is a separate
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Ask if they are insured and bonded
Licensing: check with the entity who issues licenses (probably your state) Insurance & bonding: Ask for a certificate, and call the companies listed and the agent to confirm.
Your best bet when hiring a plumber is to rely on friends, family, neighbors and co-workers to recommend someone. Anybody with a good plumber is always happy to spread the word. Failing a reference, use the business pages (Yellow Pages/Yellow Book) to locate plumbers in your area. When contacting them, simply ask if they are licensed, bonded and insured.
When you are asked, 'Have you been bonded previously', on a job application, the employer is asking whether you have been insured. Being bonded means you were insured so if something is broken, lost, or stolen while you are working, it is covered.
A homeowner or business owner who requires plumbing installations or plumbing repairs and servicing should only utilize the professional services of a licensed, insured and bonded plumber. By being licensed, it means he has the skill sets and expertise to handle most any kind of plumbing repair job. It also means he operates his business with integrity, honesty and by adhering to strong ethical principles whenever he undertakes a plumbing job. Being insured and bonded provides the homeowner or business owner with financial protection in case of an accident or injury or if any items are damaged or lost within the premises where the plumber is working. Plumbers making repairs who aren't licensed, bonded and insured run the risk of performing inferior workmanship and they have inadequate legal financial protection to offer the owners of a residential or commercial dwelling that's being repaired.
Insured yes. Bonded, well, that may be a problem with a felony on his record. FYI: Insurance is better than bonding anyway.
people might drive through your house.