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  • Writer's pictureJennifer Ball

Dangers of Hiring Fence Companies that are not Licensed and Insured.

Hiring a fence company that is not licensed or insured, you may be assuming significant liabilities. Some of the potential consequences include:

Legal issues: A company that is not licensed may not be in compliance with local regulations, which could result in fines or legal action. Poor quality work: Unlicensed contractors may not have the training or experience necessary to provide high-quality work, which could result in a fence that is not properly installed or that fails sooner than expected. Injuries: If a worker is injured on the job, the homeowner may be held responsible if the company is not insured. Property damage: If the company causes damage to the property during the installation, the homeowner may be responsible for the cost of repairs if the company is not insured. Hitting a main fiber optic line can cost over $1,000,000 in damages.




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