Thank you for all your assistance in obtaining our contractors license. In the future, if I need any licensing assistance in California, Nevada or Arizona, I will be sure to contact you.
— Scott Dawes, The Dawes Corporation Las Vegas, NV
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