Thank you for your excellent service in helping me obtain my California contractor’s license. You out performed all your promises by your exemplary attention to detail and consistent communication with me.
— Robert Copeland, Keeson, Inc. - Milwaukee, WI
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Changes in ‘limited’ specialty licensing in CA has created ‘unlimited’ numbers of relevant questions for contractors. In sharing his disturbing story another contractor will discover there are still a few good options open to him… Q: I was checking the CSLB … Continue reading
In the global economy sometimes business comes calling with a ‘foreign’ accent. Some of the legal requirements for becoming a licensed contractor in California are uniquely American and may be ‘lost in translation’… Q: Our company has been selected to … Continue reading
One word can often make the difference in success or failure in having a contractor’s license. ‘Inactive’ and ‘expired’ are good examples one contractor brings to our attention. Adding a class to your existing license is a way to extend … Continue reading
It’s a short question with a long important answer that will impact licensed contractors throughout the State of California. While every Capitol Connection is a ‘must read’ for contractors, this is information you absolutely don’t want to miss… Q: I … Continue reading