Ask A Licensed Contractor

As licensed contractors we have gained experience and knowledge through the proper training and legal processes. We put in the time to obtain the appropriate licenses and permits from authorized government offices, after passing the licensure test. In addition we are bonded and insured on all our jobs to give our homeowner clients peace of mind and protection from unplanned risks. You, your family, your home and visitors are all covered by this coverage while we are on your premises. Licensed contractors have been trained to understand and meet all requirements set by the city council and state and federal government. They will make sure the necessary inspections are made to make sure your home meets every single quality requirement and passes all safety examinations. These can become very important when the time comes to sell your home. If you have had any major renovations completed, an inspection from the potential buyer and or their financing institution may ask if the required permits were pulled for the project to make sure they have met the code requirements.

 To complete a project on time and meeting the contract requirements licensed contractors follow a specific, systematic approach to their projects. They carefully plan out the process before starting work; they will prioritize open communication and a timeline for the homeowner from day one until the day the project is completed. A licensed contractor will also provide a signed legal contract between the two of you: a form of security that only licensed contractors can offer.

Licensed contractors will take responsibility if something goes wrong; ignoring or running away from mistakes can result in the loss of our Contractors License. As a licensed contractor you can expect us to stay with you until your home renovation project is completed and you are satisfied!

Licensed Contractor at Queen City Kitchens