Have you or anyone you know ever been the victim of a bad handyman or contractor? Did they misrepresent themselves? Misrepresenting is considered fraud. If you enter into an agreement with a service provider under the assumption that you will be provided a certain type or quality service and the service provided falls short, then this might be considered fraud. It happens and there is nothing you can do about it. Wrong!! There is absolutely something you can do about it. Require all your service providers to be certified by the UHA. We can check them out, certify them and cover them for fraud. The cost to the homeowner is nothing but the benefit can be priceless. Since the UHA pays the customer back for their loss in the case of fraud, The customer has options now to protect themselves. Require all your service providers to carry a UHA or UHSPA certification prior to hiring them. Now if you are a victim it’s your fault.
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Handyman Insurance at its best. A money back guarantee for the Homeowner. If the job isn't completed then get your money back. Fraud protection offered by the UHA. Get certified and opt for Fraud protection and let your customers know that we have their back. See blog written 1/30/16
Introducing new fill able forms for the customer members.
My Home- Save money when you log all your home repair information. Examples: Paint
brands and colors, parts, model #'s for all items. Tell the plumber what part #
to bring for the repair and save around $80-$100 per visit.
Home Service record- Log for your records all your home service or repair records.
You can use this form for your home, auto or any other item that requires service.
Service professional screening- Don't allow strangers into your home. With our
extensive home service professional screening you can know who you are hiring
before they enter your home. From handymen to babysitters or housekeepers.
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Business Certification requirements
1. Current Business License for the city's you do business
2. Current Insurance on file with the UHA.
3. List of References
4. Pass Business background check.
4. Agree and adhere to the UHA Code Of Ethics
6. Maintain an active membership with the UHA
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