ARIZONA REGISTRAR OF CONTRACTORSCONTRACTOR SEARCH CONSUMER GUIDE1700 W. Washington Street Phoenix AZ 85007-2812602.542.1525 Within AZ 877.692.9762 Fax 602.542.1599 www.roc.az.gov
TABLE OF CONTENTS2Table of Contents3What is the Contractor Search3Why should you check the license?3When checking a license, what should you look for?4Step 1: Getting to the Contractor Search5Step 2: Starting a Search7Step 3: Viewing the Results9Step 4: Viewing a License Record2
Why should you check the license?Many complaints about unlicensed entities are received where the home or business owner believed they had contracted witha Licensed, Bonded and Insured contractor, but they had not. The ads that appear in the yellow pages and Online are often notregulated and should only be used to find the name of a company or an individual.The only sure way of knowing that your contractor is licensed is by checking the license using the Arizona Registrar ofContractor’s (AZ ROC), Contractor Search at www.roc.az.gov or by giving the Agency a call at 1-877-692-9762.What is the Contractor Search?The Contractor Search is a license record search tool available on AZ ROC’s website. It allows users to search for a specificcontractor or find a certain type of contractor in their area. The Contractor Search shows the most up-to-date information about acontractor’s license, including the license status, what type of license the company holds and whether or not the company holdscomplaints and if so, whether or not the complaints have been resolved.When checking a license, what should you look for?When checking a license, there are a few simple things to look for, which will be covered in more detail in the following pages: Make sure the status of the license is “ACTIVE” at the time the contract is signed. Check the license CLASS and make sure the license classification allows for the work listed in the contract or to beperformed. Call the phone number listed on the license record to initiate first contact with the company or to verify the person youare negotiating with is an authorized representative of the license (either specifically named on the license or confirmedby the company to be an employee).3
Step 1: Getting to the Contractor SearchFrom the Home Page at www.roc.az.gov, click on Contractor Search button on the menu bar.4
Step 2: Starting a SearchEnter ONE of the following in the Search Terms box: the name of the company. There is no need to enter special characters like commas or apostrophes. the name of a person. the 6 digit ROC license number. No field is mandatory. Click the SEARCH button at any point to see what results are displayed.5
Step 2: Starting a Search (cont.)You can also use the ADVANCED SEARCH feature. This option is useful if searching for a specific type of contractor, ratherthan looking up a known contractor.Use the following fields to refine a search:STATUS - A “CURRENT” license status is the only status that is legally able to contract. Every other status is not legallyable to contract. A current license status will have the word “ACTIVE” next to it. Check a contractor’s status often before anywork is performed. When the result is a person’s name, the status represents the current status of the license, not of the personthemselves. When in doubt, always contact the Registrar of Contractors for more information.SEARCH FOR - Search for only a company name or only a person’s name.CITY - Enter the city name that you would like to search by.LICENSE TYPE - Choose ALL, COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL or DUAL license types from the drop-down list.LICENSE CLASSIFICATIONS - Select a specific license classification from the “LICENSE CLASSIFICATIONS.” dropdown list. A list of license classifications can be found under CONTRACTOR RESOURCES, LICENSING, and then LICENSECLASSIFICATIONS from the main menu bar under the blue banner at the top of the page.6
Step 3: Viewing the ResultsAfter clicking the SEARCH button, results will show below. If you searched for a specific contractor, the closest matching resultwill be displayed at the top. All other results will be randomly sorted below it.If using the advanced search to search for a type of contractor or contractors in your area, the results displayed will all berandom. A new search of the same criteria will display different results each time the search button is clicked.The information displayed on this page is: the Business’s name. the name and title of the person or people listed on the license. the license number and class (license classification). the qualifying party’s name. the license status (active, expired, or revoked. Only sign a contract with a contractor’s who’s license is in active status atthe time of the contract). the company’s contact information.EXAMPLE COMPANYLICENSE HOLDER NAME ######CLASSQP NAME7
Step 3: Viewing the Results (Cont)There are six different license DEDAn ACTIVE status means the license is in good standing and the contractor IS ABLE to contract.An INACTIVE license status means the license is in good standing, however the contractor is NOTable to contract with an inactive license.A license in VOLUNTARY CANCELLATION indicates the license was canceled by the licensee,which may be done for a number of reasons. It is not uncommon to see a company with multipleactive licenses and one or more voluntary canceled licenses. Without an additional license in ACTIVEstatus, a licensee with a license in VOLUNTARY CANCELLATION status is NOT able to contract.A SUSPENDED license is not in good standing and the contractor in NOT able to contract.A license may be suspended for either administrative or disciplinary reasons. Administrative reasonsfor suspending a license include lack of a bond, lack of a qualifying party, or for non-renewal of thelicense. Disciplinary reasons include failure to comply with a written directive from the registrar.If a licensee fails to resolve a complaint, the license may be suspended for a number of days or untilthey come into compliance.EXPIREDREVOKEDWITHDRAWNA license in EXPIRED status is not in good standing and the contractor is not able to contract.A revoked license is not in good standing and the contractor is not able to contract with a revokedlicense. A license is revoked as the result of disciplinary action.A withdrawn status indicates the license application was withdrawn. A contractor is NOT able tocontract with a license status showing as withdrawn.8
Step 4: Viewing a License RecordClick “more info” to view more information about a license.The MORE INFO search screen will provide additional details in regards to the following: Up-to-date licensure status The license’s date of issuance, the renewed through date, and, if applicable, the date the license was expired or revoked.Qualifying personnel associated with the license Party associated with the company (current and historical) Entity Type Complaint information Bond informationEXAMPLE COMPANYPERSONNEL ######CLASSQP NAME9
Step 4: Viewing a License Record (cont.)For additional complaint details to include: Type, Complaint ID and Outcome click on PLEASE CLICK HERE in thecomplaint information section.EXAMPLE COMPANY000000EXAMPLE COMPANYEXAMPLE ADDRESS10
Step 4: Viewing a License Record (cont)For additional complaint details to include: Type, Complaint ID and Outcome click on PLEASE CLICK HERE in thecomplaint information section.In the “Additional Complaint Information” section that opens, any complaint cases within the prior two years will show the typeof closed case (disciplined or resolved/settle), complaint ID number and the outcome. The complaint type and outcome will bemost useful for consumers to review.Cases showing as RESOLVED/SETTLED indicate the complaint against the contractor was resolved or settled by thecontractor or withdrawn by the complainant after issuance of a corrective work order or formal citation. Complaints showingin the DISCIPLINED case category indicate the contractor failed to resolve/settle a complaint, resulting in discipline to thelicense. The outcome section will indicate the level of discipline, i.e. suspension or revocation of the license.Open2019-00000Open CaseSurety00000000011
Step 4: Viewing a License Record (cont)Bond InformationThe BOND INFORMATION section will display: the type of bond (i.e. surety, cash, or certificate of deposit). the bond number the effective date the cancellation date (if canceled) the bond company’s name the amount paid out already (if any) the available amount that could be paid out of a claim and the status of the bond (active, canceled, etc.)Surety00000000012
Contractor's (AZ ROC), Contractor Search at www.roc.az.gov or by giving the Agency a call at 1-877-692-9762. What is the Contractor Search? The Contractor Search is a license record search tool available on AZ ROC's website. It allows users to search for a specific contractor or find a certain type of contractor in their area.
2. arizona registrar of contractors Database The Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC) is a state administrative body that regulates and licenses contractors. The ROC has established minimum workmanship standards to which contractors must adhere. The ROC website, www.azroc.gov, has a link
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