My wife and I met with a kitchen & bath remodeling company for a remodel of our master bath.
The remodeling company holds a Class A contractors license.
The company brought 3 trades people through our house to review the project: one plumber, one electrician, and one carpenter/tile guy.
After the trades visit, I asked the Remodeling company to supply license and insurance information for the tradespeople. Only the plumber and electrician are licensed, the carpenter/tile guy is not licensed.
Is this normal or should I run for the hills?
I found a state of VA Web Site that mentioned that contractors must be licensed in VA. I am not sure if the remodeling company's Class A license would automatically cover the unlicensed carpenter.