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50-State License Requirements & Regulations 

for Carpet and Flooring Installers - 2020

 

Are you looking for a qualified carpet installer or home improvement contractor? You had better be careful who you hire if you want to get your job done right the first time!  But do you know how to protect yourself from some of the common legal problems that homeowners can encounter?

 

In addition to checking some references you need make sure your carpet or flooring installer is doing business according to your stateís legal requirements. 

 

If there is ever a problem with your installation, your best recourse is to have hired a contractor who is licensed, bonded and insured. Itís not required in all 50 states so you need to check to see what your state requirements are. Your carpet or flooring installer may be subject to several State Licensing Regulations. 

 

 

Here is the latest information available you may be able to call to verify that your installer is properly licensed with the state you live in. 

 

Before hiring any installer of contractor, you would be wise make sure your they have met all their stateís requirements for licensing, surety bond and business liability insurance, prior to hiring them. You can also check to see if there have been any prior complaints filed against the carpet installer in question. 

 

If there are no state regulations governing carpet or flooring installers in your state, this means that you need to place more emphasis on checking references and withholding your final payment until you are completely satisfied with your carpet installation.  You need to know how to do a walkthrough with your installer after your new flooring is installed and I have a free checklist you can print out from my website: New Carpet Installation Checklist

 

 

Visit My Free Website to see my complete list of  requirements for Licensing,  

 

 

Surety bonding and Business Liability Insurance in your state. 

 

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Buying new carpet anytime soon? Let me show you how to save a bundle and avoid common carpet scams! Itís absolutely FREE! 

 

Visit my incredible Carpet Buying website to learn everything you need to know about how to buy carpet wisely and when you are ready to start shopping for new carpet 

 

 

Check out my Preferred Carpet Dealer Directory at AbcCarpets.com to find a reputable and locally owned carpet retailer near you!

 

 

 

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The information provided here may not be accurate or up-to-date. I am not offering any legal advice here, just giving you some information to help you avoid some potential pitfalls. If you need legal advice please contact your lawyer or consult a suitable attorney. 

 

 

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