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Hi, in the coming months, I need a bit of work doing on my house.

In a post awhile back, (I can't find it now), there was someone talking about contractors and, before employing anyone you should make sure they have this and that, but I can't remember what they should have.

I remember one bit saying, if the contractor doesn't have something, if he gets hurt, he could sue you.

So, what I am asking is, to cover me and my house as well, what do I need to know before I employ anyone to do the work ?

One job is to re-tile the roof and the other is plumbing.

I am in AB if it makes any difference.

Thanks.
Date: Mar 20, 2017   


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