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 Contractor license B5 + C17 vs B5

Author: sfsilicon (---.net.americas.agilent.com)
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Hoping EZ will see this and share his thoughts...

Talked to my A contractor from the previous post and asked about the B5 license. They say B5 is a superset and includes the ability to do retrofit and new windows. C17 is a specialty license which is required if a contractor does not have a general building license (B5).

He said that the bottomline is that B5 is a superset they can do both retrofits and new construction. They have multiple top partner awards from Milguard over several years and have been in business for a long time.

Also scheduled an onsite inspection. He is requiring me to sign a contract with a 3 day remiss period after the onsite visit and final work scope.

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