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: June 2008
As a contractor, do you know what you must file with the city or county where your business is licensed? With an increasing urgency to verify people working in the U.S. are here legally, how do contractors actually know when … Continue reading
The balance between a contractor’s worksite and the surrounding community can sometimes become strained. Often it’s because of noise created by the work. Can a contractor be fined by the CSLB when the decibels rise and tempers flare? Why should … Continue reading
For contractors a customer referral is the best form of ‘advertising’. It costs nothing and is based on work you have accomplished successfully. When a contractor pays for advertising are you aware of the rules that must be followed? Can … Continue reading
Can a specialty contractor work outside his licensed trade to complete a specific project? You might be surprised by my answer. Did you know that in some cases, a contractor must replace himself on the same California license? That is … Continue reading
No matter how carefully the Legislature crafts the law that governs contractor licensing, someone can always get ‘buried’ in the bid process. Our first contractor has ‘dug up’ a problem in a recent public bid. As you might expect a … Continue reading