Local Service Pro Plumbing is your Local Neighborhood Plumber. In addition to plumbing, our technicians are trained in the fields of drain cleaning, heating, air conditioning and electrical work. We’ve been serving Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Ventura Counties for over 35 years. We provide every customer with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee to show that we are dedicated to you – our customer. Employee drug testing, background checks and continuous training are a few of the reasons that we have been around for so long.
Don’t Take Chances With Your Home!
Here are Three Items That All Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical Companies Should Have to PROTECT YOU. State Guidelines for Finding the Right Contractor.
1. CALIFORNIA STATE LICENSE-
All plumbing, heating, air conditioning and electrical companies are required to be licensed by the State of California. A State License certifies that your contractor has passed the state examination and is qualified and competent in the given field.
What you need to know
Without a State License, a company may not be able to pull permits, perform inspections and make sure you are in compliance with the law.
2. LIABILITY INSURANCE
The Contractors’ State License Board does_not require a contractor to carry General Liability insurance. Liability Insurance can protect a third party against Bodily Injury and Accidental Property Damage. We carry over $1 Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) in Liability Coverage for your protection.
What you need to know:
If a contractor does not have insurance you’re taking a gamble with your largest single asset … your home. For example, if an uninsured contractor does work that causes damage to your property, that contractor may not have any assets for which to reimburse you. Even if you win a court judgment, you still may not be able to collect the damages. You could end up paying for all the damage.
3. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE
Workers’ Compensation insurance is required by the State of California or all companies with employees. This covers employees if they are injured while performing work on the job. Common workplace injuries may include falling off a ladder or straining one’s back. Any injury that occurs while an employees working is covered by Workers’ Compensation Insurance.
What you need to know:
If an individual or group of individuals perform work on your property and become injured and are not covered by Workers’ Compensation Insurance, YOU can be personally liable pay or injuries and rehabilitation.
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