3 Reason Why You Should Hire a Licensed Contractor

Updated: Apr 11

At K&B Communications we are licensed through the Nevada State Contractor's Board. So We understand the importance of using a company that is licensed.

C-2D Low Voltage Contractor License

A contractor is accredited, it means they have a valid claim to be an industry expert. They make a legitimate career out of this trade, and not just make it a hobby. If a contractor holds a license, it shows that the certificate has been obtained by some industry requirements and that they must meet certain requirements to retain their license.

Here are a few reasons why your company should hire a contractor who is licensed:

  1. A Licensed Contractor must have insurance: All contractors are required to have liability and worker’s compensation to maintain their licenses. It is important that the company you decide to hires has this because if they do not the owner of the building could be liable if an incident occurred.

  2. A licensed Contractor must follow all regulations by the city and the federal government: A Licensed contractor has been trained and passed exams provided from the contractor's board.

  3. A licensed Contractor must be bonded: A bond is to protect the customer, back in history companies would get by with taking a client's money and not actually doing the work. A bond is so the contractor will accomplish the work that has been said to be completed. Check out the definition from Investopedia to learn more. https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/construction-bond.asp

How to Verify a subcontractor is licensed:


The video below explains how to verify a contractor's license before you hire them. .

As you can see it is very important that you use a contractor that is licensed. If anything goes wrong, you might be putting yourself and your business in a very dangerous situation. You are much better off spending a little bit of extra money to ensure that the work is done properly and that your business will not be liable for any damages or injuries that may occur on a job site.

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