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Licenses. Bonded. Insured
Homeowners sometimes need help understanding how important it is to find a licensed contractor for their roofing job.
Contractors must be licensed in Oregon to do most all construction work. Hiring a licensed contractor provides you:
Financial protection: Licensed contractors must carry insurance to cover damage to your property or for any injuries caused by the contractor or its employees.
Coverage if an employee is injured: If a contractor hires employees, it must also provide workers’ compensation insurance.
Access to a bond: Licensed contractors must hold a bond to provide payment to a customer who suffers damage from poor workmanship.
Mediation services: The Construction Contractors Board (CCB) has professional mediators who help resolve disputes between customers and licensed contractors. If the dispute cannot be resolved, the CCB may be able to provide evidence if you go to court.
Track record you can check: If a contractor is licensed by the CCB, there is a record of any past sanctions or claims against the contractor or associated businesses. You may obtain this information through CCB’s website.
You can find our proof of CCB license, bonding, and insurance below.
CCB License Lookup Liability Insurance Workers Comp Insurance