What Contractors want to know...
You are doing a kitchen remodel and a materials shortage interrupts work, a common phenomenon in the age of the coronavirus. Though not in your control, your client pursues litigation…Read More
While all licensed contractors in the state of Arizona have a bond, few know how their licensing bond actually works. You enter a few details online or over the phone,…Read More
As a contractor, you are no stranger to danger. Not only do you work with hazardous equipment and machinery every day, but you also conduct your business at third-party locations…Read More
Accidents are expensive and construction contracting has the second-highest bankruptcy rate of any private business – which makes sense considering all that can go wrong in a general contractor’s day-to-day…Read More
Required by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZROC) as a part of obtaining a contractor’s license, a contractor license bond is a legally binding contract wherein you agree to follow…Read More
Amid supply chain disruptions and shortages, the cost of tool and material theft is higher than ever. We are seeing not only an increase in the price of replacing tools,…Read More