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License # 38768 (C-3 - Carpentry)
residential
carpentry
Advance Woodwork operates out of Reno, NV and holds a c-3 - carpentry license according to the Nevada State Contractors Board. We were able to verify 4 building permits associated with Advance Woodwork.  more
$4.5K
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4
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License # 0067576
residential
Saunders Woodwork Llc is a Reno, NV based contractor with a license with the Nevada State Contractors Board. The most recent permit we have on file for them was issued on Oct 01, 2013. In total, we were able to identify 1 building permits associated with Saunders Woodwork Llc.  more
$1.9K
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1
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License # 39001 (C-3b - Finish Carpentry)
residential
carpentry
Headquartered in Reno, NV, Reno Woodworking Inc holds a c-3b - finish carpentry license with the Nevada State Contractors Board.  more
90
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License # 0067593
residential
carpentry
Reno, NV based Kevin Weir Carpentry And Woodwork Inc holds a license with the Nevada State Contractors Board. Our records indicate they have received 1 building permits for improvement projects in the area.  more
1
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90
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License # 0063073
residential
interior design
Advanced Design Woodworks Llc - a contracting professional based in Reno, NV. Our records indicate they hold a license with the Nevada State Contractors Board  more
90
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License # 577418 (General Building Contractor)
residential
general contracting
Wittlinger Woodwork And Construction operates out of Reno, NV and holds a general building contractor license according to the Nevada State Contractors Board.  more
90
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License # AZ140417 (Dual Building Contractor)
residential
general contracting
Robert Field Woodworks has a BuildZoom score of 70If you are considering hiring Robert Field Woodworks, we recommend double-checking their license status with the license board and using our bidding system to get competitive quotes.  more
70
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Here are some of the rules, regulations, and laws governing contractors in Nevada

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

Nevada requires all contractors engaged in the business of residential or commercial construction to be licensed by the Nevada State Contractors Board.

How important is contractor licensing in Nevada?

The qualifying individual for a contractor’s license is required to pass the written Business and Law (Construction Management Survey exam) and trade examinations unless he or she meets the requirements for a waiver.

Your liability risk when hiring a licensed contractor in Nevada

Licensed contractors in Nevada must maintain an active workers' compensation insurance policy. State law does not require contractors to carry general liability insurance, but it is always a good idea to only hire contractors who are covered under an up to date policy. Request copies of the insurance certificates for both general liability and workers compensation.

Financial recourse when hiring a contractor in Nevada

Licensed contractors in Nevada must obtain a surety bond before performing any construction related work. Homeowners may file claims against this bond in the event of faulty workmanship, breach of contract. In addition, homeowners of single-family residences who have entered into a contract with a licensed residential contractor since October 1, 1999, have suffered actual damages, and have exhausted all other means of recovery, may submit a claim on the Residential Recovery Fund established by the Nevada legislature.

What else should I know before hiring a contractor in Nevada?

All licensed contractors in Nevada must submit their fingerprints for the purpose of conducting a criminal background check.

How is the BuildZoom score calculated?

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Why you should hire through BuildZoom

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You should get several bids before hiring a contractor

Before hiring a contractor in Nevada, 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.