Posts Tagged ‘bonds’

Low Rates fro CSLB Bonds
How to get a low rate for a CSLB bond

Learn how to get the lowest CSLB bond rates for your California construction company.

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HVAC Contractor Insurance
HVAC Contractor Bonds and Insurance

Whether you’ve been in the HVAC business for years or just starting out your HVAC contractor business, you need to have contractor insurance to protect your business. And in California,

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Solar Marketing and Sales Tips

With spring around the corner and the sun beginning to shine more, people are thinking about the sun. And that’s a good thing for your solar contractor business. So before you roll out your next advertising blitz,

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Are Home Improvement Contractor’s Bonds Necessary?

If you’re in California, the short answer is a resounding… YES!

If you’re a contractor…

In order to become a licensed contractor in California, the CSLB (Contractors State License Board) requires contractors to be bonded.

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Insurance for plumbers
What type of insurance does a California plumbing contractor need?

Protect your business, your client and yourself with proper insurance for plumbers and plumbing contractors.

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Tips for becoming an electrical contractor in California

Becoming an electrical contractor in California is a wise decision for many. Here are some tips for your electrician business.

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Checklist for starting a contractor business in California

If you’re starting up a construction contractor business in California, this contractor checklist will help you get started.

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Different Types of Business Insurance Policies

Whether you’re a large corporation or a small business, having the right insurance policies in place is essential to allow for smooth operations. With the myriad of policies available, determining which are right for your company can be daunting.

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How often do I need to renew my business bond?

While a California construction license renews every two years, a bond is dependent on the contract set forth by the bond company. More often than not, bond cycles are different than the license cycles.

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Keep your construction business safe from subcontractor defaults

Even though you probably have already developed sound business practices that help identify qualified subcontractors, sometimes a project requires an even higher level of risk management.

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