New information on our journal, updated Spring 2016. Read it here: Contractor’s Journal – online
Or download by clicking here: Contractor’s Journal (3 mb).
Contact us with any questions regarding contractors licenses. (800)894-2999
Effective January 1, 2016, the Contractors State License Board will be increasing the Contractor’s license Bond amount from $12,500 to $15,000 as per Senate Bill 467.
Expect to receive notices from your bonding companies regarding the increase in rate.
The details of the Senate Bill 467 can be seen here: Sec. 9 of SB 467
In addition to the Asbestos Certification that is still available for contractors, the CSLB has introduced a new classification C-22 Asbestos Abatement that allows you to perform the work.
More information can be found at the Board’s website:
For help with your Contractors License for the C-22 classification, contact our office at (800)894-2999.
The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) recently held a seminar on how they verify applicants’ work experience. Applicants may now be required to send in documentation proof as part of the Board’s application process.
You can view the webcast here:
A copy of the acceptable forms of documentation can also be viewed here: Acceptable Forms – CSLB
Welcome to our new and enhanced website! Although the site’s design may look the same, we have add additional content and rearrange the website’s structure for easy access.
Let us know what you think in the comments section bellow.
Thinking of retiring or changing professions? You may reissue your personal license number to a corporation, then you can sell it or reassign the license to another person or firm. A corporation requires at least one individual as President / Secretary / Treasurer.
Contractors often ask if they can add someone to their license, usually a son, daughter or spouse, but not if the license is a sole ownership or a partnership. However, it can be accomplished with a corporation! There are other options.