Removing a Class, “D” Questions and Business Names

Well, it could be 20 questions, but this contractor will require a ‘special’ answer many can learn from before they send that application in. Knowing how rule interpretation changes over time is the reason why Capitol Services is the expert in assisting contractors. Another type of change has one contractor looking to get off the … Continue reading Removing a Class, “D” Questions and Business Names

CSLB Exam Language Translators and Temporary Licenses

Back to the future as we remind an aspiring applicant to ‘just say no,’ until the license is in his pocket! Let me ‘translate’ this because it may be foreign to you, but it’s an English-only contractor’s exam, and another contractor makes an interesting point but his reasoning doesn’t hold ‘water’… Q:  I recently purchased a … Continue reading CSLB Exam Language Translators and Temporary Licenses

CSLB Public Meetings, Contractor Database and Exam Scheduling

Speak up, it’s your opportunity for input, because contractors have their cards on the ‘table’. Another contractor has gotten the ‘cart before the horse’ so to speak, while a license applicant will have to delay his travel plan until he’s told ‘when’ to get moving… Q:  Do you know if there is a data table of … Continue reading CSLB Public Meetings, Contractor Database and Exam Scheduling

Referral Fees, General’s Tree Service and Partner Changes

Does every rule have an exception? Yes, it would seem so. Can a General ‘lumberjack’ project land? Like a stick of gum, this last contractor has ‘two, two problems’ in one and learns they have bitten off more than they can chew… Q:  I’ve always been told that referral fees are a “no-no” for contractors.  … Continue reading Referral Fees, General’s Tree Service and Partner Changes