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505-296-8384 505-269-9469 BNG Enterprises was opened in 1998 with the goal of providing quality hvac installations repairs and replacement with competent properly trained technical warranty services for energy savings,more desired comfort,cleaner air, and peak performa...  more

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License # NM357175 (Gb98)
Nowlin Superior Landscapes is a full service design/build Landscaping service located in Albuquerque, NM and servicing the metro and surrounding areas. We are experienced in all aspects of outdoor living design and construction and when you request a free estimate you wil...  more
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DNL is a Licensed, Bonded and Insured New Mexico company. We do all types of construction projects. Starting with the consultation and design of a project. We then provide engineered plans for all major projects. We offer new Home Construction, Kitchen and Bath Remodeling...  more
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When do you need to hire a licensed contractor in New Mexico?

Any residential or commercial construction work in the state of New Mexico requires a licensed contractor. This includes general construction work, electrical, mechanical and plumbing and LP gas. New Mexico issues contractor licenses in approxamitly 100 seperate categories.

How important is contractor licensing in New Mexico?

Licensed contractors are required to either pass a business & law exam or complete a business & law course. In addition, depending on the trade, 2-4 years of work experience is required to obtain a license.

Your liability risk when hiring a licensed contractor in New Mexico

Licensed contractors in New Mexico are required to carry an active workers' compensation insurance policy. State law does require contractors to carry general liability insurance, but hiring contractors who do have an active policy is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate before any work begins.

Financial recourse when hiring a contractor in New Mexico

Licensed contractors in New Mexico must obtain a surety bond to before performing any residential work. Homeowners can file a claim against this bond in the event of faulty workmanship, breach of contract, or damages to their property during the contracted construction.

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You should get several bids before hiring a contractor

Before hiring a contractor in New Mexico, be sure to get at least 3 detailed bids. Quality contractors will take the time to explain their budget proposal,and help guide you through the estimate process. Be wary of an abnormally low bid, they are not worth the risk. These underpriced projects often do not end well for the homeowner, choose a contractor you trust and can clearly communicate with. BuildZoom has made the bid collection process extremely simple (and free). Just click here to get started.