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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Ramone, Mar 19, 2007.
Do u have to be license to bid on commerical contracts ???
Licensed to do what?
To just mow, NO not that I know of. Unless its some kind of local thing. Chemical application is a "Must have license"
The only thing that I know of is most commercial accounts will asked you to show proof of insurance (general liability).
You don't need a license to do commercial, but you will need to be insured, I can almost gurantee that. $1 million in general liability coverage, for me, is $355 a year, it's not too expensive at all.
I'm thanking god that WI (for use in SE) is passing a law that you can mow all you want without a license but even before you touch shovel to dirt for anything landscaping you must be licensed with a minimal of 3 employees.
THAT'S MY BAD I WAS TAKING ABOUT MOWING
THANKS THAT'S NOT TO BAD AT ALL I HAVE TO CHECK IN TO THAT . I'M THINKING ABOUT GOING COMMERCIAL
depends on the customer...i have had residential people ask for a business Lic before....
you need to ask the Prop manager or owner what their recquirements are.
Insurance and WC will always be a must have....
Just get the full license package you won't regret it.