Posts Tagged ‘construction’
Learn how to get the lowest CSLB bond rates for your California construction company.
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,
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.
Growth for contractors and builders is expected to continue through 2016. In fact, 2015 was the highest record of construction demand since 2008. With a continuing decline of the unemployment rate,
There is no doubt that the solar contracting business is booming. In fact, the SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association) predicts that there will be a 25% – 50% solar market growth for 2016 with the largest growth being seen in the employment sector.
Protect your business, your client and yourself with proper insurance for plumbers and plumbing contractors.
If you’re starting up a construction contractor business in California, this contractor checklist will help you get started.
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.
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.
Sadly, each year thousands of employees die while on the job, millions are injured and tens of thousands die or are incapacitated due to workplace related illnesses. It is probably no surprise that many of these incidents occur in the construction industry.