We are fully licensed general contractors in New York city, and have an insurance cover for any liabilities.
The general liability insurance cover is fundamental in all our general contracting works in New York City. The insurance covers any damage to our client’s property or injuries. It is important for you as a client to always seek contractors with insurance covers.
General liability insurance is the foundation of a general contractor’s protection. It covers damage to client property, as well as client injuries. Most commercial leases require you to have this coverage. Whether small project or huge projects.
Often, investors with big project seek for a general contractor with an insurance cover. Also, as you plan to redesign or renovate your home, you may also need an insurance cover in case of any liabilities that may arise from the project work.
General Contractor NYChas a comprehensive insurance cover and offer our clients copies of policies as proof to safeguard and ensure they entrust their valuable projects to professionals.
In regard to the requirements in New York city, General Contractor NYC is fully licensed with a Home Improvement contractor license. However, where special permits are required, our experts will advise you. We also obtain permits from the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) before embarking on your project.
We;• Remain available, responsive and attentive throughout your project • Keep every aspect of the project scope on schedule • Monitor closely the project budget and advise where necessary • Update you through meetings with project team and reports • Coordinate the selections process
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Safety first! General Contractor NYC is committed to safeguarding the safety and health of all our staff, subcontractors, community and clients. Our team is dully trained and certified to operate in the construction sector. Our site employees are OSHA trained to ensure maximum safety standards. Also, with the current pandemic, General Contractor NYC adheres to set guidelines by the OSHA, CDC, and department of labor on employees’ safety.