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Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home: Protect Your Family and Your Property
Pamphlet/Booklet: Provides information to help consumers properly handle electrical equipment and appliances, know the required permits and inspections for electrical work, and verify licenses and certifications before having electrical work performed.

Publication
F500-115-000
 
Facts About Construction Liens
Fact sheet: Explains the basics of the construction lien law to help consumers protect themselves.

Publication
F625-017-000
 
What You Should Know About Hiring a Contractor, Remodeler, or Handyman

Pamphlet/booklet: Provides a checklist for consumers considering hiring a general or specialty construction contractor, reviews the permitting process, and suggests ways to avoid lien problems. Washington State law requires contractors to register with L&I.



Publication
F625-084-000

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Español
 
What You Should Know About Hiring a Contractor, Remodeler, or Handyman - Spanish (Lo que Usted Debe Saber paraContratar a un Contratista, Remodelador o Empleado de Mantenimiento (Handyman))  

Fact sheet: Provides a checklist for consumers considering hiring a general or specialty construction contractor, reviews the permitting process, and suggests ways to avoid lien problems. Washington State law requires construction contractors to register with L&I.



Publication
F625-084-999

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
 
What to Do if You Want to File Suit Against Your Construction Contractor

Fact sheet: Provides consumers with general information about the process for filing suit, and describes L&I's limited role in serving Summons & Complaint papers.



Publication
F625-088-000
 
Construction Lien Notice

This form is to be used by suppliers to notify homeowners that they have the ability to file a construction lien against their property if payment is not received.



Form
F625-054-000
 





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