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Old 01-22-2013, 09:26 PM
koster_irrigation koster_irrigation is offline
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also after reading your last post, i would recommend working on getting
your license first if your serious about getting in the business- before you work on "getting big enough to quit your other job" seems kinda backwards to me. if you're getting big then surely you should have already had a license then?

ive been doing irrigation for 18 years and im still trying to "get big" LOL

the test is offered a few times a year. i would recommend the day before crash course study session usually offered you can look into. the insurance and bonding is optional if you are a sole proprietor (someone correct me if im wrong there)
but if you are planning on operating a business that is an LLC or INC. you need the insurance and bonding will be required as a part of the irrigation licensing
NC Irrigation Contractors License #157
NC Licensed Plumbing Contractor #32636

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