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Good news, California electricians Your certification lasts three years, much longer than most other states.Read more
If you’re a licensed contractor in the state of Florida, you want to hold onto that license Not only does it make it legal for you to do your work, helping you avoid a misdemeanor, but it also legitimizes your business.Read more
Getting your Minnesota contractor’s license isn’t a one-and-done thing Instead, you have to continually do work to keep your license active.Read more
Whether you’re a licensed master electrician, an unlicensed power limited technician, or somewhere in between, you’re probably aware that the state of Minnesota requires you to complete some continuing education (CE) periodically But how many CE hours do you need? And how often do you need them? We’ve built this quick guide to help electricians throughout Minnesota stay on top of their continuing education requirements.Read more
If you work in a number of specific industries in the state of Kentucky, you’re going to have to go through the Public Protection Cabinet’s Department of Housing, Buildings & Construction to get the proper license But if you’re a plumber, you need to get even more specific.Read more