On behalf of the Shea organization, I want to thank you for your diligent and professional guidance through this process. Everyone suggested a time of one month, if not greater. You and your staff provided a road map of what needed to be done to have this license processed within 1 week.You delivered. Job well done, your efforts are greatly appreciated.
— Paul Barnes, Shea Homes
Monthly Archives: November 2013
About the only thing you can count on is things are going to change! That means one thing often leads to another when qualifying multiple licenses. A couple of contractors discover just what ‘adjustments’ may be required and it’s a … Continue reading
While the range of experience you bring to the table determines what you might do as a contractor everything starts with getting your first license. Once you have a license in any state you can likely get one elsewhere, as … Continue reading
With our federal government gridlocked and default pending, you may begin to understand how the Romans felt while Rome burned and Nero fiddled. None of that is changing how you obtain your contractor’s license or any of the rules already … Continue reading
We help an attorney better understand how interpretation of contractor’s rules may yield a ‘general’ exception in one regulation. In the ‘good old days’ one branch of government might not always share the same information. In this century technology has … Continue reading