View our license information athe Michigan Dept. of Labor & Economic Growth Bureau of Commercial Services (You will need to click refresh, F5 and our info will come up.)
You should be aware that in Michigan, all contractors offering to do work which totals $600 or more in labor and materials must be licensed by the Department of Labor & Economic Growth. A Residential Builders license allows a contractor to build a complete structure and do maintenance or alteration (remodeling) work. A Maintenance & Alteration license indicates that the holder has met requirements for one or more of the following trades: basement waterproofing, carpentry, concrete, excavation, house wrecking, insulation, masonry, painting and decorating, roofing, screen and storm sash, gutters, siding, swimming pools or tile and marble. The trades in which a contractor is qualified to practice are listed on the license.
LOOK FOR THE LICENSE The state license must be displayed in the place of business and all contractors and their salespeople must carry a pocket license card, which you should ask to see. If they cannot show you a license, call the Department of Labor & Economic Growth, Builder’s Unit at (517) 241-9254 or visit our website at https://www2.dleg.state.mi.us/colaLicVerify/ to confirm that an individual or company has a license.
Working with an unlicensed builder, or contractor is done at your own risk!
Beware of sites that refer contractors for a fee.Service Magic advertises "Find Top-Rated Local Contractors," but did you know that the contractors listed there are only there if they pay to be listed? That's what I call advertising. We have been solicited many times to be referred for a fee. When you refuse to pay Service Magic's fee they state on their website: "This pro is not an approved member of Servicemagic." Not approved just means doesn't pay their fee. Service Magic does their best to mislead consumers.
We are insured and at your request, our agent will provide you with a certificate of insurance.