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California, like pretty much all other states, bases its state electrical code on the National Electrical Code® (NEC) It doesn’t just issue this code as a guideline for all Golden State electricians, either.Read more
The California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) issues quite a few different types of electrical certifications Then, to further complicate matters, the Contractors State Licensing Board (CSLB) also issues a C-10 electrical contractor license.Read more
Getting your fire/life/safety certification from the California Department of Industry Relations (DIR) required quite a bit of work Beyond the thousands of hours of experience that you had to rack up, you also had to take a pretty long exam.Read more
Getting a mechanical HVAC license in Oklahoma requires a fair bit of work That might leave you wondering if your license would be valid anywhere else, giving you more bang for your figurative buck.Read more
Per the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), to do electrical work in the state, you need an electrician certification And since getting that certification requires quite a few steps and fairly extensive industry experience, a lot of people assume the cert is enough to strike off on their own.Read more