We appreciate all the help you gave us in acquiring our contractors license. After long periods of waiting and promises by others, you at Capitol Services succeeded in what we thought was an impossibility. We recommend your services and thank you for your hard work on our behalf.
— Randy Thurston, Thurston Elevator Concepts Inc. - Glendora, CA
Monthly Archives: May 2008
Alphabet soup has fewer letters than the classifications for contractor licenses. While some of those ‘letters’ are fixed in purpose, others give a licensee some leeway in handing similar trade work. Another contractor gives us reason to review why public … Continue reading
It’s been said, that when a company can’t give a raise they often give you a title. Which corporate title makes it easier to become a Responsible Managing Officer? What California license gives a contractor the ability to do some, … Continue reading
You can assume something, or jump to a conclusion. In most cases, you’re going to find that you have ‘leaped before you looked’. I help people look ahead of their leap into contractor’s licensing. For others, who’ve already jumped in, … Continue reading
When the California economy slows contractors begin seeking other opportunities, many times taking a look over state borders. In concert, I get calls regarding getting your license in Nevada, or in this case, Arizona. Everyone can learn from this question. … Continue reading