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Old 05-05-2000, 01:08 AM
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Just speaking in general terms. To get a landscape contractor license, you have to prove you have been in the business for a minimum of years. Then there are bonding issues ECT...<p>In answer to your second question, at least in California you can do pond installation and lighting except if your controller is hardwired into a circuit. If it uses a standard plug, you can do it yourself. Hardwiring of the controller requires a licensed Electrical Contractor. Also, my insurance requires this to be done.<p>When you get certification by trade groups, not the same thing as a license. Besides being an excellent source for information,a good selling point for yourself.<p>Go for the Contractorís license. It can open up opportunities for you. Also a good selling point for yourself. Thatís the big difference between a gardener and a landscape and maintenance company. No offense intended.<p><br>----------<br>J-LC Landscaping & Maintenance Gardening<br>C-27 Ca Contr# 770044<br>
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