We had spent a great deal of time preparing for this school project and needed a license within two weeks or the job would be lost. I asked David to make a plea for a hardship case and he was able to get the license in twelve days.
— Randy Skidmore, Skidmore Contracting - Mesa, AZ
Monthly Archives: January 2007
While contractors bid, build and work their businesses daily it can be difficult to stay ahead of changes in licensing rules and regulations. Changes occur through new legislation, new interpretation of rules and Board policy. Some recent changes in home … Continue reading
Your seat at the CSLB meeting is waiting. You could have, should have and would have attended, except…something else always comes up. Let me share some of what you missed. I also help a contractor discover how wrong some advice … Continue reading
Here’s a quick quiz for contractors. How many licenses can a corporation apply for? If you’re not sure, you may be surprised by the answer given to one of our contractor inquiries. Unfortunately, another contractor will be disappointed to learn … Continue reading
While this column is a contractor’s interactive resource featuring questions and answers based in real-world experience, the ‘Q&A’ also sometimes can tell a ‘story’. This time the questions begin with getting a California license, a middle showing how to help … Continue reading
Like so many situations in life, applying for, using and/or renewing your contractor’s license often depend on your individual history. While the rules and regulations are applied generally, every ‘problem’ can help illustrate the flexibility these laws provide individual contractors, … Continue reading