When a roofing contractor is licensed in the State of California it means that they have fulfilled the requirements set forth by the California State License Board (CSLB) and have been issued a C-39 class license to practice as a roofing contractor. A license can be revoked or suspended, at any time, by the CSLB for: non-payment of fees; a claim against an insurance bond; a felony or misdemeanor conviction involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or theft; failure to provide proof of an insurance bond; failure to provide proof of a workers compensation insurance policy; violations of the Contractors State License Law; crimes that indicate a disregard for the health, safety, or welfare of the public; or, for taking advantage of the public during emergencies like earthquakes, floods, or fires.
Roof Doctors has always been in good standing with the CSLB and has never had their license revoked or suspended at any time for any reason. Different license numbers have been issued by the CSLB to Roof Doctors over our 25-year history because of legal changes made to our business structure that were required due to the growth of our company, and because of a business reorganization that was required due to the sudden death of one of our members. The CSLB will always issue a new license number when the business structure has been changed, even though its owner or owners are still the same, and even though the owners or the company have had no history of any wrong doing. Roof Doctors is duly licensed with the CSLB (#896271).