For Consumers - Home Improvement Commission
Maryland Citizens Urged to Use Licensed Contractors
The Maryland Department of Labor's Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing urges Maryland citizens that experienced damage to their homes to contact us to verify licensure status of contractors before they are hired to make repairs. Whether your repairs involve a damaged air conditioning unit or a complete home renovation, call 410-230-6231 to speak with a Maryland Department of Labor associate.
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- Maryland Door-to-Door Sales Act
- Advertising Requirements
- Maryland Home Improvement Contracts
- Basic Facts about the Maryland Service Contracts and Consumer Products Guaranty Act
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Public Adjusters and Contractors: What You Need to Know Before You Sign on the Dotted Line
(webinar hosted by the Maryland Insurance Administration 12/10/2020)
See Executive Director Dave Finneran address consumers beginning at 22:52 in the video