The incident occurred at a site where sand mining activities had been carried out by a licensed contractor
. But operations has ceases since the past two months.
if he is not a licensed contractor
and he did not tell you, but then the court may decide that you did not do your due diligence to ascertain this).
Currently working in the residential building and remodeling segment but ideal business opportunity for established licensed contractor
to footprint in this marketplace, diversify and create significant growth.
The HSE confirmed that a licensed contractor
applied for a waiver to the usual 14-day notification period to carry out work with "a higher-risk asbestos material following identification of disturbed material" at Ysgol y Wern.
Some 13% of all households undertook a bathroom remodel or replacement project in 2016 and, of those, 42% failed to use a licensed contractor
. The risks associated with improper renovations--especially tiling--not only can slash a home's value, but prove hazardous for homeowners' health, warns Greg Norman, founder of the Florida and Virginia renovation company BathMasters.
Instead of employing a qualified and licensed contractor
, Rees used a general contractor and dust was spread inside the building.
Since there is no guarantee that a licensed contractor
will do a better job why should a homeowner or association care if the contractor has a license?
The council advises people to use a licensed contractor
. Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority provides a disposal service from domestic premises for small quantities of low risk asbestos such as roofing sheets.
Underwood, a building code official and former home builder and licensed contractor
, provides a handbook for contractors, builders, and owners on the common code requirements for building residential construction projects, based on the 2012 edition of the International Residential Code (IRC).
Joseph was a licensed contractor
and handyman, and was well known as a blue ribbon Trainer of German Shepherd Dogs, specializing in obedience and show.
Nothing is more frustrating to an owner, CM, or GC during the TCO process than to diligently pursue the TCO process over a 6 month period of time, though the coordination of the contractor signoff, TR-1 compilation, and other administrative items, than to be held up at the last minute by the bevy of licensed contractor
signoffs that have to be in place for a TCO to be obtained.
"If a homeowner has a licensed contractor
and there is a problem, the Construction Contractors Board is right there to walk them through a claims process, allowing them to draw from the contractor's bond with the CCB for up to $15,000."