LICENSED AND INSURED FOR YOUR PROTECTION
Why Our License and Insurance is Important to You
When you choose our company as your siding contractor, roofer, or window contractor, we are guests in your home. So, we take extra care to be sure that we can provide you with peace of mind and assurance that the job will be done right. That comes in the form of a license and insurance.
We would be happy to show you proof of both so you can choose our team with the utmost confidence knowing we bring the proper training and protection to do the best possible job. Fly-by-night contractors exist and they are predators. They entice you with cheap prices and quick turnaround times. It may sound good on the surface, but often times what you’re left with is shoddy service, empty promises and zero follow-through.
A licensed and insured contractor has gone through the proper steps to form a legitimate business. And just like any other business owner, they have a vested interest in performing an exceptional job with top-quality materials in order to satisfy their customers.
This is what a license and insurance represent: protection, peace of mind and proven performance. When you hire Twin Cities Siding Professionals, you get all of the above and more. When you ask for proof of licensing and insurance, we deliver without hesitation because we are proud of what we do and how we got here.
We take all necessary steps to maintain our good standing in the community, staying on top of our licensing requirements and paying for insurance that not only protects our employees but your family and property as well.
We Are Licensed
Twin Cities Siding Professionals is fully licensed by the State of Minnesota, assuring you that we are certified to work on your home.
State License #CR748413
We Are Insured
We carry both liability insurance (in case of damage to your home or property) and workers’ compensation coverage (in case of injury to one of our employees). We would be happy to provide copies of our insurance certificates to you.
Why is This Important?
If you choose a contractor who is not insured, and damage or injury occurs on your property, it becomes YOUR problem. Who needs that?
Don’t put yourself at risk by neglecting to properly research your contractor. If something were to happen during your renovation, you may end up having to pay for much more than you ever planned to spend.
A licensed contractor will make sure the project is done systematically, with all steps completed thoroughly and legally. They will also plan out the process carefully and communicate with you from start to finish. And most of all, a licensed contractor is much more likely to come back out to your home and fix something that was not done to your satisfaction.
Insurance will ensure that your contractor will take responsibility for any damage that may happen during the renovation process. This responsibility doesn’t just apply to damage to your house, but it also extends to coverage of any injury that might occur.
Bottom line: a licensed and insured contractor gives you peace of mind. Let us give that to you.