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Starting a business in PA

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by flyingdutch16, Feb 20, 2012.

  1. KeystoneLawn&Landscaping

    KeystoneLawn&Landscaping LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 774

    That is where you sign. Makes it all legal. Mail it in...You will need the HIC number if you do hardscaping or drainage that totals over $5000 per year. Good to have, you wont need to worry about having one if you do a job requiring a HIC....Unfortunately, no state license for hardscaping. Grab a paver or wall unit and throw it down! LOL....Seriously, you should go to a few hardscaping seminars before doing any. Hardscaping is not rocket science, but EVERY step is important.....On the ficticious name, if you use anything other than your sir name, it needs to be registered.
  2. nnusskern

    nnusskern LawnSite Member
    Posts: 214

    Flyingdutch did you have any issues doing this since your under 18? Cause I am 15 almost 16 and am looking to become legit for next season? I am in pa also.
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