FAQ

  • FAQs
  • To be a member of DHIAA you need to be a Div. 8 and Div. 10 contractor.
  • To be a member, there is a questionnaire and an interview by a Certified Installer on staff with DHIAA.
  • A License with DHIAA covers 1 contractor and up to 8 installers.
  • A Licensed Installer is responsible for all work done under his license.
  • If you work for a Licensed Installer by the hour or by 1099 (subcontractor) you are considered covered.
  • The insurance that your customer has must match the insurance on file with DHIAA for the licensed installer.
  • DHIAA requires every member to be fully insured with Workers Compensation, General Liability, and Commercial Auto.
  • DHIAA requirements stat that the Association is to be additionally insured, held harmless, and ccd on all certificates of insurance for Workers Compensation, General Liability, and Commercial Auto in the event of early cancellation.
  • In the event your insurance lapses or cancelled without resolution in 30 days your DHIAA certification will be put in an inactive status on our system and the General Contractor or Architect for the project will be notified of the change in status of your insurance.
  • In the event you have a quality control complaints, due to poor workmanship or ethical practices, your license will be put on “Inactive Status” pending a reviewor possibly revoked , .  If all problems are rectified, a letter from the General Contractor or Architect will lift the review and status of “Hold” for “Active” status.