Monthly Archives: February 2013

Paying RME’s,Getting LLC’s and Changing A Sole Owner License

We speak volumes of words to each other each day, but one word makes all the difference when written into contractor’s regulations. It’s been a whirlwind of change as contractors nail down the benefits of operating under the new LLC (Limited … Continue reading

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“C-9″ & “C-35″ Conflicts & Solar Installation Rules for Swimming Pools

We shine the light of knowing into the dark corners of myth, misconception and mistaken ideas about solar that will be good news for pool contractors. Another dispute can be settled by the word, ‘if’, which draws a line in … Continue reading

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New Regulations & Legislation for Contractors in 2013

If you are reading this now and are unlicensed, a resolution to become a licensed contractor is a good choice in 2013.  While most of us have been working to make (and keep!) New Year’s resolutions, the CSLB has been … Continue reading

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HIC & Owner Purchases, Partnership Licensing and NV Bid Limits

A new year brings new opportunity to learn, grow and profit. We work together here to help find answers to common problems and give contractors a resource they can count on in building their business. Every year also brings new … Continue reading

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License Renewal ‘SCAM’, RME’s and Military Experience

Answering questions, solving problems and alerting contractors to potential trouble is all in a day’s work. As we do here, when you see a veteran let them know you appreciate their service, and help them if you can. Does military … Continue reading

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