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How Do I Make Sure My Mechanical Contractor Is Licensed to Work in My State?


How Do I Make Sure My Mechanical Contractor Is Licensed to Work in My State?

Before hiring any heating, cooling or plumbing contractor, familiarize yourself with your state’s laws and make sure the individual or business you are working with has the appropriate licenses. Be wary of the difference between a business license and a contractor’s license: The former simply allows a person or company to sell products and services, while the latter requires extensive training and certification. Don’t risk sacrificing quality on your HVAC project – look for credentials, an excellent track record and testimonials to verify the legitimacy of any mechanical contractor you consider hiring.

How Do I Make Sure My Mechanical Contractor Is Licensed to Work in My State? was last modified: March 16th, 2015 by Contributor

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