What company would you recommend for a bond? I already applied and past the exams.
I have to fingerprint and get a bond since I have no employees yet.
Here's California definition of C9.Can I do wall insulation, acoustical ceilings, and wood blocking with a C-9 liecense?
Thank you for your answer. I'll be looking into getting B license to avoid this problem in the future. Is just that right now a GC is asking me to include those items in my bid, and I wanted to know if I could or not.Here's California definition of C9.
You can do sound insulation but not thermal. If suspended ceilings are considered drywall systems you should be okay. Companies I worked for always carried a general contractors license to avoid these issues.
Hi, I have a question. My dad and I install drywall and work for the same company and we have a few guys that basiclly will follow us wherever we go. Which leads me to a buddy of mine that is an amazing general contractor, always busy, and is willing to subcontract work directly to me if start my own company, get my crew, get licensed and bonded here in California. The buddy is telling me that the only hickup is I need more than a C-9 license for the work he will sub out the work for me to do. He wants me to do suspended ceiling grids for on the interior and exterior of luxury high end properties. In particular he said we would be contracted to perform drywall suspension system, wall to wall and direct mount. He said if I get a C-9 license it is not enough. I would like to educate him that it is unless I am wrong. So basically, when can I not do a USG system with a C9 license?For those of you on this forum that don't use the Contractor Talk forum, I am here to answer any of your California C9 Drywall licensing questions.
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