What Every Contractor Should Know

What Every Contractor Should Know

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Every once in a while a book comes along that fits a need. This book provides specific, practical, accurate and informative answers to questions that impact almost every person, partnership or corporation that requires a contractor's license. These are the most relevant questions and answers from David's published columns during the past decade.It has always been David Kalb's goal to qSimplify State Governmentq for contractors and construction businesses that must deal with State government agencies.While mediating problems for California's Governor, David specialized in helping contractors who were having problems with State government. In 1982, he started Sacramento based Capitol Services. Referred to as the qRambo of Red Tapeq by California Republic magazine, The Los Angeles Times featured David in their Business Section under the headline qMaking a Living From Cutting Red Tape.q It was natural to select cutredtape.com as his Internet address.An excerpt from an article in Construction Data Magazine sums up Mr. Kalb. qHe is not a construction man, yet the Pacific Coast Builder's Conference recognized him as an expert. Thousands of contractors across the country-many of them with little time to waste-have called Capitol Services to help them in California.qMost recently, the a€œHome Depot decisiona€ redefined what a a€œBa€ could and could not do. ... For instance fire sprinkler work cannot be performed without holding (or subcontracting to) a a€œC-16a€. ... for the plumbing, electrical, or painting ONLYa€” unless you hold that specialty class or use an appropriately licensed subcontractor.

Title:What Every Contractor Should Know
Author:David Kalb
Publisher:iUniverse - 2005-03


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