Those identified on the contractor license application as owners of the contracting company.
Individuals identified as “Governing Person(s)” on the Business License Application to the State of Washington as received by Labor & Industries. These include sole proprietors, partners, corporate officers, or LLC members.
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License suspended. Does not meet current license requirements. Canceled or expired bond or insurance, no current administrator, or outstanding penalties owed to L&I.
A surety bond issued by a bonding company for the purpose of meeting license/registration requirements. If serious problems cannot be resolved a lawsuit can be filed against the contractor's bond or assigned savings account.
Information about a savings account this contractor put up as surety to satisfy the bonding requirement.
Information about this contractor's required general liability insurance. If the contractor damaged your property, you may be covered by it. To make a claim, contact the insurer directly.
Information about courses taken by the license holder that may be considered to meet renewal requirements.
Information about a lawsuit filed against this contractor's bond or assignment of savings by a consumer, supplier, subcontractor, or an employee. Please discuss with the contractor before hiring.
Lawsuits filed by the Department of Labor and Industries or the Department of Revenue for unpaid workers' comp premiums or taxes.
Information about a ticket L&I issued for violating Contractor, Plumber, Electrical, Factory Assembled Structure, Mobile Home Installer or Elevator laws.
A document certifying that workers' comp coverage is in good standing.
Approximate number of workers reported by the business last quarter. This number may assist customers in verifying that the business reports workers sufficiently in comparison to the work bid or work performed.