Bond and License

Hiring a contractor to do work on your home is a very big decision. It is important to hire a contractor who is both licensed and bonded. If you hire an unlicensed contractor, you are taking significant risks.

Some of the risks include:

Being bonded is different from being licensed. When a contractor is bonded, this means he has purchased a surety bond. This is a type of insurance policy that protects a property owner. The bond provides a certain amount of liability protection and if the contractor fails to complete a job as required or contracted, the bond can give compensation to a property owner. For more information see: Protect My Home We truly care about your home and you can rest assured that we always do the job right the first time. We have taken the time to acquire all the necessary licenses and bonds and carry copies that you may see on request. You can also check out our information at: Van Lanen Carpentry License Information