The Importance of Hiring Licensed and Insured

When looking for a contractor of service provider to work on your home or business there are 3 main factors to consider. Number 1: Reputation and quality of work. Number 2: Rates charged for services provided. Number 3: License & Insurance coverage! The small corner of Louisiana we call home is experiencing growth by leaps and bounds.  This brings work and jobs to Lake Charles and Sulphur for the chasing, it also brings an overabundance of unlicensed and uninsured contractors and service providers to the area.  When hiring a lawn care provider you want to make sure your selected company has all of the necessary licensing and insurance to be able to provide work on your property.  Having these credentials will protect both you and your home from accidental damage or injury to your property. Many factors come into play when hiring someone who is not properly licensed or insured to perform work.  You the customer is opening yourself up to a world of liability and risk, upon an accident occurring you could be held liable for injury to any person hurt on your property.   When a contractor or service provider operates using a Business License and General liability insurance as well as workers comp insurance, said contractor has performed the necessary steps to make sure they are providing you with the highest level of service possible. As a contractor and service provider for both commercial and residential properties, Marshland Lawn & Pressure Washing, LLC has recognized the benefits of being licensed to perform business in Lake Charles, Sulphur and surrounding areas.  We also feel that being covered by general liability insurance and workers comp helps provide  piece of mind to our customers, and helps them know that we will strive do a quality job every time. Lake Charles is growing and so should our jobs and service offerings in the area so if you are looking for someone to provide lawn service for your home or business, or need pressure washing; take the extra precautions and ask a few simple questions to know if the contractor is licensed and insured.  Always remember……Good work is not cheap, and cheap work is not good! Have a good one!