Monthly Archives: January 2011

National Contractor Licensing, Reciprocity, General & JV Licenses

While your California Driver’s license is good almost anywhere in the U.S. the contractor’s license has definite limits. Do you know which states will recognize your credentials without further testing? As contractors seek out opportunity across State borders, others are … Continue reading

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Roofing, General Licenses & Qualifiers

While my focus is assisting contractors, particularly those who have run into difficulty through government regulation or licensing, more and more consumers are using the Internet for research when they need to hire a builder. As both contractors and consumers … Continue reading

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Fire Sprinklers, Electrical Signs & Scam Warning

An eternal question requires the ‘wisdom of the ages’ to answer. With only 30 years experience helping contractors I’ll give it my best shot. You will also ‘witness’ some expert assistance as a contractor battles a city over their license … Continue reading

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Contractor Bonds & Family License Waivers

If a faucet says ‘off’ it can’t be ‘on’, but in the complex world of contractor’s licensing you may be surprised to learn ‘minimum’ can also be the ‘maximum’. Keeping a construction business in the family can be subject to … Continue reading

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