We want to start offering our customers fertilization and pest control, but we're not licensed yet. We're looking at licensing for next year. In the meantime, rather than applying illegally, we'd like to sub it out. That way we'd still be the only contact with our customers, and we wouldn't have to tell them "no," but we'd still be fully legal. Obviously, when looking for a sub we'll be trying to find someone who is easy to work with, knows their stuff, is reasonably priced and, of course, licensed (and we would ask to actually SEE the license). Anything else we should make sure to look for? And once we find a sub we like, how does it work? Do we ask them for a price list so that we can give our customers prices when they call? Or do they always have to go out and do an estimate independently of us? Do we get a discount on their services, and if so, what do we charge the customer? Are we supposed to make money off of the service? Do we get to schedule the jobs, or do they? We'd like to keep the contact with our customers with US as much as possible, so our customers don't start thinking to themselves "Why am I calling Precision Lawns when they always just have to have X Fertilization Company call me back? I should just call X Fertilization Company." Does that make sense? Anyone who uses subs, or who acts as a sub, I'd really appreciate an explanation of the process. We want to make sure we do this right. Thanks!