ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Following Monday’s storms, several householders have been remaining with the damages to their properties.
When an individual presents to fix your damages, the town encourages you to make sure contractors are accredited.
After the latest storm, there has been an influx of contractors likely from doorway to doorway featuring solutions.
Mayor Don Mason suggests make confident they are correctly certified right before you choose to use their products and services.
“Starting this year in 2022, we in fact have a licensing application so a contractor need to come into the city, you should pay out a $150 fee for this 12 months there right after it’s a $100 cost. You will have to show us that you have evidence of legal responsibility coverage for $300,000 or more. The plan is if you’re out functioning on private sector residences, we want to make sure you are insured, not just for the sake of the dwelling owners but for the sake of the personnel.”
The renewal of present varieties for licenses will be despatched out in November of this calendar year for the 2024 year.
There is a checklist of approved contractors that the general public can accessibility by contacting the town.
“If a citizen of our home had a contractor knock at their door, you can call 740-617-4890 and see if they are registered to do business within the town of Zanesville.”
Contractors wanting to be approved are also encouraged to call the variety.
Simply call: 740 617 4890
Electronic mail: [email protected]
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