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An Annual Electrical Permits Saves Time and Money. Would it Work for You?

Flier: Describes when facility operators/owners qualify for an annual electrical permit.



Publication
F500-123-000


 
Construction Industry Classification Guide

Book (loose-leaf manual): Helps contractors properly classify for workers' compensation insurance purposes the work being performed by their employees on new wood-frame building construction projects.



Publication
F213-008-000


 
Electrical Program Contacts

Fact Sheet: Provides information for requesting electrical inspections, including telephone numbers and locations of L&I offices that handle electrical inspections.



Publication
F500-114-000


 
Hiring a Plumber? Hire Smart!

Worksheet: Provides advice and step-by-step hiring tips for homeowners planning a remodel, repair or addition to their home that involves plumbing. Tells homeowners how to verify that a construction contractor is registered and a plumber is certified with the state.



Publication
F627-044-000


 
Notice of Completion of Public Works Contract

This is the form used by public agencies to request L&I's approval to release retainage. All contractors are to be listed on the request form with their associated affidavit id number.  Notices received without affidavit id numbers or incomplete information will not be processed and will be returned to the awarding agency. The first EXCEL document is in Office 2007 format. The second file, with the same title, is in Office 2003 format.



Form
F215-038-000


 
Protect My Home Hire Smart Worksheet

Checklist: Provides information to help screen potential contractors for home construction or repair/remodel projects. Presented in an organized, step-by-step format.



Publication
F625-111-000


 
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


 
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
 
Your Manufactured/Mobile Home

Pamphlet/booklet: Covers things you should consider when altering your home. Defines what is meant by alteration, repair and replacement and includes tips for hiring a registered contractor. It also includes contact information for L&I Consumer Assistance Program for owners of new manufactured/mobile homes.



Publication
F622-049-000



Alt Language(s):
Español
 
Avoid Liability for Your Subcontractor's Unpaid Workers' Comp Premiums
Fact sheet: Tells construction contractors how to protect themselves from liability for their subcontractor's unpaid workers' compensation premiums.

Publication
F262-262-000



Alt Language(s):
Español
 
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


 
Electrical Work on Commercial Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to commercial property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publication
F500-109-000


 
Electrical Work on Residential Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publication
F500-078-000


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

Publication
F625-017-000


 
Green Power Generation System Installation: What You Should Know Before Doing Any Electrical Work
Fact sheet: Explains that an electrical permit and inspection are required for most new, remodel, and maintenance electrical work. Provides information specific to the installation of green power generation systems.

Publication
F500-116-000


 
Online Electrical Services: Tools for Property Owners, Contractors and Electricians
Fact Sheet: Describes the online services available from L&I's Electrical Program, including URLs for different topics covered on the Web, how to sign up for the Electrical listserv (to receive updates by e-mail), and how to sign up for the monthly e-newsletter, also provided by e-mail.

Publication
F500-113-000


 
Questions and Answers about Electrical Safety
Fact Sheet: Answers questions about training and certification/licensing requirements for those who perform electrical installations, and electrical work that requires a permit and inspection.

Publication
F500-110-000


 





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