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Home Improvement Licenses

The Bureau suggests that you solicit more than one bid for any
remodeling work. Ask the company for local customer references
and check them out. Ask to see the company's license and be
sure the contractor has written liability and workmen's
compensation insurance to cover employee injuries. Read and
understand any contract or document before signing or assuming
responsibility. A written contract should be easy to read with
all oral promises in writing, all services spelled out, a
starting and completion date and a written payment schedule.
Typically, payment should be 1/3 down, with payments due at
various stages based on your satisfaction with the work. The
final payment should not be made until the job is completed and
the work site cleaned up. For possible further information on a
home improvement company you may wish to contact the State of
Tennessee Board For Licensing Contractors by calling

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