How to get a California Contractor License
How do I become an HVAC contractor?
HVAC Contractor

How do I become an HVAC contractor?

How do I start learning HVAC? How to Become an HVAC Technician Start with a High School Diploma (or Equivalent) In most states (like California), a high school diploma or GED is required before you can begin pursuing this career. Pursue an HVAC Certificate. Complete an Apprenticeship. Look into Certifications. How do I get a

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what is a structural steel contractor
Structural Steel contractor

What is a structural steel contractor?

What is a structural steel contractor? A structural steel contractor fabricates and erects structural steel shapes and plates, of any profile, perimeter or cross-section, that are or may be used as structural members for buildings and structures, including the riveting, welding, rigging and metal roofing systems necessary to perform this work. Do contractors have to be

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How do I get a contractors license in California?
California Contractor

How do I get a contractors license in California?

How do I get a contractors license in California? What are the requirements to get a general contractor license in California? To obtain a general contractor license, you must: Be 18 or older with a valid Social Security number or individual taxpayer identification number. Have had four years of qualifying experience (journey-level or above) within

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California Welding License & Exam
California Licenses

California Welding License & Exam

https://youtu.be/Nim_T2lAGKg California Welding License & Exam Welding is a very specialized trade that requires years of training to perfect. The highly skilled welder will use gas and electrical energy in order attach or join metals permanently. Often found in the construction of bridges, dams, ships, and oil rigs! A great way for people who want

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California Contractor

What is the difference between Class A Class B and Class C contractor?

What is the difference between Class A, Class B and Class C contractor?   The California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) has issued licenses to individuals who want to become contractors in three general classifications: Class A – General Engineering Contractor; B- Building contractor and C–Specialty or “of which there are currently 42 different types.”

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