Many landscapers just have a business license. In many cases this is not enough to suffice the government or to protect property owners if something goes wrong. In addition to having business licenses, On Time Landscaping is also a licensed, bonded and insured landscaping contractor.
if a job is $1,000 or more
to install rock, plant trees, shrubs and other vegitation and to lay sod.
Under certain conditions, the Residential Recovery Fund provides compensation to single-family homeowners, in the event that they have been damaged by a licensed contractor.
You can check who is licensed by contacting the Nevada Contractors Board.
is required by law and covers medical expenses for employees who become injured on the job (source).
The state of Nevada requires an special / unique license to spray for weed control. What is interesting about this license is that in addition to the company needing a license so does each individual who is doing the spraying (NAC and NRS 555). The Nevada Department of Agriculture has a PDF on there website about.