Monthly Archives: October 2007

Contractor’s Limited Liability

There are no words that can encompass the human tragedy of the Southern California fires. Thousands of homes destroyed, lives lost and people impacted for the rest of their lives by the awesome power of fire and nature. We must … Continue reading

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Water Remediation Licensing…

If a company cleans up after a flood is it ‘construction’ requiring a license? An excellent question to get the answers started. Do you know what limits exist for general contractors who want to use their license for specialty work? … Continue reading

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Contractor’s Expert Solution

Sometimes when it seems there are no options, it is often limited knowledge that causes this dire view. Someone with more experience might have an answer. Experience over time creates ‘experts’. An expert has a greater grasp of the ‘big’ … Continue reading

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Contractor’s Experience Opens

Experience is often the key to unlocking new opportunity. That’s always the case when contractors seek to add a new classification, secure an exam waiver or apply for a new license. A caution for contractors in our final plea, that … Continue reading

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Qualifier Back up for “A” Contractors

The Boy Scout’s motto is ‘Be Prepared’ and a contractor has taken that theme to heart in our question and answer session. If your license depends on a qualifier, what’s your ‘fall back’ plan if they leave? Should you be … Continue reading

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