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Mary and Gary Stevens
1. Make sure the contractor is licensed to do business in your area.
2. Make sure the contractor has insurance that covers any mistakes or accidents that may happen.
3. Make sure your contractor has a contracting license, in other words the experience and training to complete your project as per the building codes in your area. You can check for a contractor's license by going to the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing website, which has contracted with PSI to do the testing for the State of New Mexico. Check for licensing by CLICKING HERE
Contracting licenses held by the owners and employees of MGS Refrigeration Heating and Cooling include: General Building and Residential building (GB98 & GB02), Mechanical (MM98), Residential Gas Fitting (MM02). We also hold a license to work on manufactured homes. This license is separate from a general building license and is required by the state of New Mexico to work on manufactured housing. Our general contracting license number is 83390.
Certifications include: Journeyman Sheet Metal, Journeyman Refrigeration, Journeyman Plumber, NATE, EPA and LP Gas (LP04), Unico, Daiken, Manitowoc, Lead Training Program.