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Question DetailsAsked on 4/22/2014

How do you find out if a kitchen remodeling business is bonded and insured?

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Here is an AL article on the issue -

However, even if he provides paperwork showing he is insured and bonded, unless it is prepared and dated just for your job, you still need to contact the carriers to be sure it is still in effect, and to find out if there are any claims against the bond - because claim are first come, first claim - so if another prior customer has a claim in on the bond, there may be little or none actually covering your job. Ditto on insurance.

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