Working in Disaster Areas and Penalties for Unlicensed Activity

To paraphrase Dicken’s famous line, ‘it was the worst of times’ and ‘the best’.  With an economic boom and disasters in north and south in the last year, the need for licensed contractors has never been greater. This new year begins with hope for a better time for all and your opportunity to grow.  Tremendous … Continue reading Working in Disaster Areas and Penalties for Unlicensed Activity

Joint Ventures, Qualifier Change and Disaster HAZ Requirements

Yes, we did, so no you don’t! Our second answer is here today but gone tomorrow. I ‘hazard’ another for contractors who may help restore or rebuild after disaster strikes, and our last one a real corporate road ‘trip’… Q:  Your company recently assisted us with obtaining a Joint Venture (JV) license in California.  Are we required … Continue reading Joint Ventures, Qualifier Change and Disaster HAZ Requirements

Experience Credit and Illegal Unlicensed Contracting in Disaster Areas

As we learn from our first contractor experience does have an expiration date. Disaster however knows no calendar, cares nothing about its victims and often opens doors to unscrupulous criminals who would victimize those already damaged by tragedy as they seek to recover and rebuild… Q:  I worked for a Construction company many years ago and … Continue reading Experience Credit and Illegal Unlicensed Contracting in Disaster Areas

Family Transfer, LLC Officers, “C-10” Roofers and Nevada to CA Electrical

Q:  My Dad currently is the Responsible Managing Officer (RMO) on our Contractor’s license.  I want to get my own license just have in case anything were to happen to Dad.  If I were to apply towards the end of the year, when can I expect to test?  Does the CSLB schedule it and are there certain dates? A:  The … Continue reading Family Transfer, LLC Officers, “C-10” Roofers and Nevada to CA Electrical