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Economy Heating And Air Conditioning Llc operates out of Bremerton, WA and holds a license according to the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.  more
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License # SULLIHC063QT (Construction Contractor, Hvac/Rfrg)
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Sullivan Heating & Cooling Inc is a Bremerton, WA based contractor with a construction contractor, hvac/rfrg license with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. The most recent permit we have on file for them was issued on Mar 02, 2015. In total, we were able to identify 12 building permits associated with Sullivan Heating & Cooling Inc.  more
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Headquartered in Bremerton, WA, Advanced Heating & Cooling Inc holds a license with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. We have records on 4 permitted improvement projects they have worked on. The most recent took place on May 31, 2012.  more
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Bremerton, WA based Peninsula Heating/Cooling Llp holds a license with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.  more
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License # WACHRISHA987PU (Construction Contractor, Air Conditio...)
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Christian's Heating & A/C - a contracting professional based in Bremerton, WA. Our records indicate they hold a construction contractor, air conditioning license with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries  more
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License # COHTG.0402441-VT2 (Heating, Piping & Cooling Limited Jou...)
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Lemuel S Aguda operates out of Bremerton, WA and holds a heating, piping & cooling limited journeyperson license according to the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries.  more
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Any work that impacts the value of real estate in Washington, requires a licensed contractor.

How important is contractor licensing in Washington?

The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries requires licensees to maintain a bond and liability insurance for the protection of consumers.

Your liability risk when hiring a licensed contractor in Washington

Licensed contractors in Washington are required to maintain general liability coverage that includes a $50,000 property damage policy and $200,000 public liability policy; or $250,000 combined single limit policy.

Financial recourse when hiring a contractor in Washington

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