On behalf of the Shea organization, I want to thank you for your diligent and professional guidance through this process. Everyone suggested a time of one month, if not greater. You and your staff provided a road map of what needed to be done to have this license processed within 1 week.You delivered. Job well done, your efforts are greatly appreciated.
— Paul Barnes, Shea Homes
Monthly Archives: February 2008
While there is no ‘national’ contractor’s license, you can ‘stretch’ your California one. Did you move offices or otherwise change your business address? If you did, don’t expect CSLB to track you down when it’s time to renew. If you’re … Continue reading
While contractors take care of business each day, important discussions about them and their work are taking place. For those who must be ‘on the job’ and are unable to attend these meetings of the California Contractor’s State License Board … Continue reading
Was it Mom, or perhaps the bureaucracy that wants, ‘a place for everything and everything in its place?’ Both, right? A contractor’s license application is no exception to that rule. Both a family of contractors and a ‘former’ one will … Continue reading
‘Breaking up is NOT hard to do’ when it comes to a ‘shared’ contractor’s license. Another contractor learns you must ‘ink’ a fingerprint card long before any contracts. Finally, an important warning for contractors about a ‘phishing’ scam… Q: Thanks … Continue reading