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License # MA26324 (Journeyman Plumber)
residential
plumbing
George J. Belmore operates out of North Grafton, MA and holds a journeyman plumber license according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety. We were able to verify 3 building permits associated with George J. Belmore.  more
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License # MA3071 (Plumbing Corporation)
residential
plumbing
5 (1)
G.J.B. Plumbing & Heating is a North Grafton, MA based contractor with a plumbing corporation license with the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety.  more
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License # MA25876 (Journeyman Plumber, Apprentice Plumber)
residential
plumbing
Headquartered in North Grafton, MA, Matthew D. Flynn holds a journeyman plumber, apprentice plumber license with the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety. We have records on 1 permitted improvement projects they have worked on. The most recent took place on Oct 09, 2014.  more
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License # MA31212 (Journeyman Plumber, Apprentice Plumber)
residential
plumbing
North Grafton, MA based Kevin F. Farley holds a journeyman plumber, apprentice plumber license with the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety. Our records indicate they have received 1 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
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License # MA10935 (Master Plumber)
residential
plumbing
James E. Nugent - a contracting professional based in North Grafton, MA. Our records indicate they hold a master plumber license with the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety  more
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License # MA13684 (Master Plumber)
residential
plumbing
Michael P. Wagner operates out of North Grafton, MA and holds a master plumber license according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety.  more
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Here are some of the rules, regulations, and laws governing contractors in Massachusetts

When do you need to hire a licensed contractor in Massachusetts?

Any work that involves a building's structural elements in addition to other construction, must be performed by a licensed construction supervisor, issued by the Department of Public Safety. A home improvement contractor must be registered by the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, to perform any nonstructural residential home improvement work.

How important is contractor licensing in Massachusetts?

Contractors in Massachusetts must prove continous work experience in their trade or a construction related degree from an accredited college, before they can take an exam to become a licensed contractor. Construction supervisor licenses must be renewed every 2 years, after taking the requisite continuing education requirements.

Your liability risk when hiring a licensed contractor in Massachusetts

Contractors in Massachusetts must carry general liability insurance and an active workers' compensation policy. Proof of a current workers compensation policy is required to file a building permit as a contractor in Massachusetts. Be sure to request a copy of certificates for each policy.

Financial recourse when hiring a contractor in Massachusetts

If a remodeling project has gone badly a homeowner can recoup up to $10,000 of actual losses through the Home Improvement Contractor Guaranty Fund. The property must be the owner's primary residence, and a claim must be filed within 6 months of the initial court judgement or the arbitration award date.

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You should get several bids before hiring a contractor

Before hiring a contractor in Massachusetts, 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.