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How To Get A Utah Contractors License

By Crystal Ignatowski on Feb 21, 2017 12:36:54 PM in

Contractor License Bonds

  All individuals or businesses who wish to engage in construction work in Utah must secure a Utah Contractor’s License. To do this, at least 1 individual must be selected to act as the license qualifier, which requires that person to pass the necessary license exams.   To get a Utah General ...

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How To Get Your Washington State Contractors License

By Duke Revard on Feb 15, 2017 4:34:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

  In an effort to protect consumers, Washington requires all contractors to have a Washington State Contractors License before they begin working in the state. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to obtain your Washington State Contractors License:       Short on time? Check out our Contractor’s ...

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Steps To Obtaining A California Contractor License

By Duke Revard on Feb 12, 2017 5:59:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

  The California State License Board (CSLB) licenses contractors in the state of California. The Board processes all licensing applications, renewals, additional classifications, and changes of license records, and is in place to protect consumers and regulate contractor activities in California.   ...

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How To Get An Oregon Landscape Contractor License

By Crystal Ignatowski on Feb 8, 2017 10:26:30 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

  Two licenses are required to do landscaping work in Oregon: the individual landscape construction professional license and the landscape contracting business license. The difference between the two licenses is this: Individual Professional License: Allows you to supervise all landscaping work. ...

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How Much Does A Washington Contractors License Cost?

By Duke Revard on Feb 6, 2017 12:23:00 PM in

Contractor License Bonds, Cost of Surety Bonds

There are three clear-cut expenses that you will incur if you chose to obtain a Washington Contractors License. Some of the expenses (like WA Contractor Bonds) will vary depending on the specific license you pursue. Here is a run-down of the expenses that you can expect to incur as you get your WA ...

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The Three Things You Need To Know About Performance Bonds

By Duke Revard on Feb 1, 2017 6:30:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

    #1: What is a Performance Bond?   A Performance Bond is a surety bond guaranteeing a contractor will complete a project according to the term delineated in the contract. Performance Bonds offer a protection to taxpayers, as they ensure that public works projects are completed properly as ...

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How To Become A Contractor: Getting Licensed And Bonded In Alaska

By Crystal Ignatowski on Feb 1, 2017 1:47:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

  The State of Alaska requires all contractors to have a license before they begin working in the state. This is to protect consumers from being victimized by unscrupulous individuals or companies. If you are ready to become an Alaska contractor, here are the steps you need to take to get your ...

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Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Bond + License In Washington D.C.

By Duke Revard on Jan 24, 2017 11:23:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

    The District of Columbia Board of Industrial Trades licenses all refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics. Here's what you need to do to get licensed....

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How To Get Your Oregon Farm Labor Contractor License

  Did you know there are over 35,000 farms in Oregon, equally to over 16.5 million acres of farm land? Those farms don’t just run themselves; farm workers are hard at work every day tending to the labor needs of all those farms across the state. Farm labor contractors are the ones who manage those ...

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Oregon Landscape Contractor Bond

By Duke Revard on Jan 1, 2017 8:57:00 PM in

Contractor License Bonds

As a landscaper, you do diverse work and try to accommodate your clients' unique landscaping needs. You may plan and install lawns or landscaping plants, take care of your clients' plants on an ongoing basis, or work on irrigation systems and other outdoor construction installations such as fences ...

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