Arizona Home Floors Dust Free Tile Removal BBB Business Review

The page you are on now might just be one of the most important pages on our entire website.

In addition to being the only company in the country that actually owns the patents to this dust free tile and flooring removal technology, Arizona Home Floors is an Arizona licensed, bonded and insured contractor with Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZROC) license number 291708.

Below is our insurance certificate, most companies do not have this, meaning those companies are not protecting their workers.  Demand to see these before you hire any contractor.  A company must have both personal liability and workers compensation, be sure they have both.



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Since Arizona Home Floors is also insured, we have included that information on this page as well.

This page is current as of Thursday, October 10, 2019, you can see that our insurance certificate above is valid through August 15, 2020.

This page will be updated from time to time when the new insurance paperwork is sent.

As either a homeowner or contractor, before hiring a tile removal contractor in Arizona (or any state) it’s important to do some research on the person or business before you let them into your home for either an estimate or to even do work.  Keep reading below to understand what might happen if you don’t hire the right contractor or company to do your project.

According to the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, an unlicensed contractor can endanger the health, safety and welfare of the public, which is why you would want to have a licensed company such as Arizona Home Floors performing your removal project.

Arizona Home Floors uses contracts, we don’t accept cash and we show up on time or earlier and most importantly, We guarantee in our contract that we will leave your home as clean, if not cleaner when we leave than when we arrive.

Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 32, Chapter 10 requires a contractor be licensed through the Registrar of Contractors (ROC) to legally perform construction or home repair and remodeling jobs having total project cost, including labor and materials, above $1,000 or requiring a building permit, which is why you, as the homeowner, should personally verify that the contractor has a current license.

If a contractor cannot provide you their license, bond and insurance with a guarantee their home will be cleaner don’t hire them.

According to the AZROC:

A person commits a Class 1 Misdemeanor by (1) advertising to perform services that require a contractor’s license, and/or (2) acting in the capacity of a contractor without a license.

As required by A.R.S. § 32-1151.02, Click HERE to see a list of persons who have been convicted of contracting without a license, or administratively adjudicated to have been contracting without a license after having been issued a civil citation.

The contractors you see on Craigslist or elsewhere that don’t tell you they are not a licensed contractor are breaking the law in the state of Arizona.

Here is an excellent page from the AZROC as to why you should always do research before you hire a contractor:

The AZROC also keeps a list of their most wanted contractors that you should AVOID AT ALL COSTS:

tile removal contractor

If an unlicensed contractor is bidding a project that includes ANY of the following, they cannot, by state law, enter into an agreement unless it’s for less than $1,000:

  • Floor Removal
  • Floor Installation
  • Floor Repair
  • Floor Leveling
  • Floor Grinding

Even if it sounds like a deal, if the contractor wants cash up front, they might not show up and you won’t be able to get your money back.  Credit card deposits can be returned easier and contested, but if you give them cash, you are out of luck, so avoid those contractors.

When you have a contractor that fails to provide their license number or insurance information, it’s always best to avoid them.

Why Are Not All Tile Removal Contractors Licensed?

Some of the reasons why a contractor does not have a license, here are some:

  • They Can’t Become Licensed Because of Arrest Records
  • They Have Illegally Done Work In The Past
  • Convicted Felon
  • Bad Credit
  • Bankruptcies
  • Forfeitures
  • Past or Current Judgments Against Contractor
  • License Revoked
  • Failure to Pay Fines
  • Suspended Drivers License
  • Spent Too Long Operating Without a License
  • They don’t want to spend the money to get tested
  • They can’t pass the licensing test to become a contractor
  • They don’t care about licensing

You can contact the AZROC at or by calling (602) 542-1525 to inquire about a contractor, they can tell you the history of the contractor.  If the Registrar of Contractors don’t have a record of the individual or company, that means the contractor is unlicensed and most likely working illegally.

Regarding insurance, if you hire a contractor that does NOT have insurance for themselves and their crews, then you, as the homeowner, becomes the employer, and therefore you are responsible for any injuries if something happens to the workers, which is why it’s so important to ask for their insurance before you hire them.  If you are contractor who subs out work to another contractor that might be uninsured, you are responsible.

From ABC15 Arizona:

Arizona Registrar of Contractors cracking down on unlicensed contractors:

Unlicensed contractor arrested in Phoenix

In conclusion, the most important things you can understand today are the following:

  1. You should always ask for proof of a contractors’ license, bond and insurance
  2. Unlicensed contractors cannot do jobs over $1,000 in the state of Arizona
  3. The reasons most contractors do not become licensed is because they can’t due to past disciplinary actions that were taken by the state
  4. Never pay cash for a deposit to a contractor, always use a credit card or check so you can track the money and so you have a paper trail

If you have more questions, please complete the form below and we will be happy to assist you, thank you for taking the time to read this article.

Arizona Home Floors Contact Form

This form is for homeowners, new and existing, who have questions about a tile or flooring removal project. The more information we have about your home and the flooring you have, the more accurate we can be when giving an estimate on removal cost.
  • Your email address is for our own internal use only.
  • We need your address so we can look at the logictics of where you live and we may also be able to pull up important information about your home including square footage, year built and possible photos from an old listing.
  • Since there are many ways people find us, please let us know how you first heard about us.
  • A room photo is good, especially if you can take it in the corner
    Accepted file types: jpg, bmp, png, jpeg, jpeg, jfif, jpeg2000, exif, tiff, gif, ppm, pgm, pbm, pnm, pdf.
  • For this photo, try to take a photo of a few tiles while aiming down with your camera.
    Accepted file types: jpg, bmp, png, jpeg, jpeg, jfif, jpeg2000, exif, tiff, gif, ppm, pgm, pbm, pnm, pdf.
  • Use this box to add a message or questions for us. You can send us photos via the upload file link (SEE ABOVE). If you are looking on pricing, estimates and scheduling, please let us know what type(s) of flooring you are looking to get removed (ceramic, stone, wood, carpet) and what size the flooring is, such as 12 by 12 inches for tile or 6 by 36 for wood look tile. Thank you.