Advertising by ContractorsIn any advertising for services, performed by licensed contractors, the following guidelines may be useful to prevent false and misleading advertisements.
- Any advertisement, including the name of the business, should not imply the name of a building trade or craft for which the contractor is not duly licensed.
- Advertisement, including the name of the business, should not imply that you can perform work outside the scope of work allowed under your license.
- Commercial and residential contracting are regulated separately, and therefore the license should be appropriate for the work you are promoting.
- All advertising, including websites, letterheads, business cards, fixed signs, mobile signs, other business forms and documents and radio and television commercials used in the conduct of business under your license should include the license number and the company name under which you are licensed. Written forms of advertising should include "ROC" preceding any license number.
Referencing the ROC on Websites
- Internet websites referencing the Arizona Registrar of Contractors are requested to include hypertext links to www.azroc.gov, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors website.
Advertising by unlicensed contractorsContracting or Advertising Without a License is a Crime.
If you have any questions on advertising not covered above, you may contact the Information Center for further information.