Monthly Archives: May 2013

Jetways Installation, CA & NV Expired Licenses and HVAC/HERS Alert

“Measure twice and cut once” is a good rule carpenters use to get a cut right. Getting the right information in the highly complex license regulations that ‘rule’a contractor’s world is also essential. We ‘take-off’ with a mix of ‘half and … Continue reading

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Non-profit Qualifier, AZ Reciprocity and CSLB Penalties & Bankruptcy

The introduction of Limited Liability Company, or LLC licensing in CA has opened a relative ‘floodgate’ as contractors explore this new way to organize their companies. However, like all things, unexpected consequences come with this new way of doing business. … Continue reading

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Worker Comp & LLC Licensing, LLC’s in Public Bids and Education Credit

With social media, instant pictures and 140 character messaging it’s nice to know when your name comes up in actual conversation! Don’t be ‘alarmed’ but you may need a contractor license for ‘security’.  What license ‘works’ for public bids by … Continue reading

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Judgments, Disassociation and Using DBA’s

Answers to your problems are ‘on the house’ here, so we’ll start on top with a roofing contractor that changed hands recently. When a licensed partnership breaks apart, who can put the pieces back together again before it’s too late … Continue reading

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Qualifiers & Ownership, “C-4″ or “C-20″, “C-35″ or “C-9″ & Swimming Pools

Like The Professor and Sherman from those old cartoon reruns, we fire up the ‘way back’ machine for a contractor’s question. A couple of contractors who’ve reached their ‘boiling point’ on bids need a short answer, and a long one. … Continue reading

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