You will need a license to provide a proposal for or to bid on any job over $999 in Arizona. Contractors must possess a bond among other requirements. With the exception of workman's compensation insurance, Arizona does not require an company to possess insurance to be licensed.
General Commercial Contractors can take on jobs of any size. General Small Contractors allows you to work on almost any job providing the porject does not exceed $750,000.
Unlicensed contractors cannot file a mechanics lien. Applications are AVAILABLE HERE.
To find out if a company is a licensed contractor in Arizona:
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You will need a license to provide a proposal for or to bid on any job over $1,000, basically, the amount it will cost you to submit closeout documentation on some projects --assuming that they are not lost by your customer more than six and one-half times.