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Why You Should Hire Licensed, Insured, & Bonded Professionals

Why You Should Hire Licensed, Insured, & Bonded Professionals

Before hiring anyone to work on your property, there are many things to consider such as their reputation, how long they’ve been in business, their portfolio, and more. One of the most important things to examine, though, is whether or not the company is insured and licensed.

Hiring a company that isn’t insured or licensed can come back to bite property owners. Here are some reasons you need to hire licensed, insured, and bonded professionals to take care of your luxury lawn and landscaping needs in Palm Beach, Jupiter, Manalapan, and nearby Florida areas.

What Kind of Insurance Should People Who Work on Your Property Have?

Licensed contractors working on a property in Palm Beach

According to Angie’s List, those who work on your property, especially contractors, should have both liability and worker’s compensation. The liability insurance protects your property if the contractor causes any damage to it, and the worker’s compensation ensures that no claims are made against the insurance for your property. Claims against your insurance make your rates increase and you may have to end up paying the deductible.

You should always ask to see verification of a service...

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At Greenscape Design, we strive to protect our clients' interests and privacy. Because we work at the most elite properties in the Palm Beach, FL area, we maintain extraordinary insurance coverages and limits, including a $3 million umbrella coverage. Bonding is also available upon request.