Licenses & Insurance

Contracting without a license may seem harmless, but the countless homeowners who become victims of fraud and shoddy workmanship tell another story. It is extremely important to make sure your contractor is licensed and insured – it’s the law!

INSURANCE

Accidents can happen and whether it is an employee injury or personal property damage to a third-party, your community should not end up footing the bill. As a board member, you should require your contractors to have proper insurance and certificates of insurance.

  • General Liability – $2,000,000
  • Workers Compensation – $1,000,000

  • Professional Liability (E&O) – $1,000,000

STATE AND LOCAL LICENSING

Contractor’s licenses are regulated to ensure that individuals receiving licensing and certification meet certain requirements including financial responsibility, years of experience, a clean criminal record, and a minimum amount of insurance coverage dependent on the type of license. Licensed contractors are also held accountable when work is not completed to code or when complaints are filed against them, so the likelihood of incomplete work is kept to a minimum for fear of permanent revocation of a professional license.

  • CA State B-803435 General Contractor

  • CA State B-803435 C33 Painting License
  • City of San Diego Business License B2004008709
  • City of Irvine Business License 900355
  • NV State Contractors License B2 – 80330
  • NV State Contractors License C4 – 80340
  • Clark County Business License
  • Henderson County Business License
  • More Licenses Upon Request
  • CA State B-803435 C36 Plumbing License

California

ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

  • CAI National
  • CAI San Diego Chapter
  • CAI Orange County Chapter
  • CAI Inland Empire Chapter
  • CAI Los Angelos
  • CAI Nevada
  • CACM
  • NACM
  • BIA Southern CA & NAHB
  • IFMA