Bonded & Licensed

Specialty Fence License (C13)

C-13 - Fencing Contractor

California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications

A fencing contractor constructs, erects, alters, or repairs all types of fences, corrals, runs, railings, cribs, game court enclosures, guard rails and barriers, playground game equipment, backstops, posts, flagpoles, and gates, excluding masonry walls.

Specialty Deck License (D41)

D-41 - Siding and Decking Contractor

California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications

A siding and decking contractor applies or installs all types of exterior siding including wood, wood products, vinyl, aluminum and metal siding to new or existing buildings. This contractor also constructs wooden decks and related handrails. 

Bonded

In many states, being bonded is also a prerequisite to obtaining a license. Beingbonded is different from being licensed, although the two are sometimes related. When a contractor is bonded, this means he has purchased a surety bond. This is a type of insurance policy that protects a property owner.