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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by Meadowbrook, Jun 10, 2004.
Montgomery county here
I have been serving the lansdale area since 2008 and before that, it was for someone else haha.
Stouffer's Lawn and Landscape. Greensburg, Latrobe area. In business since1996. Looking to go full time within a year. Daytime job just ain't cuttin' it anymore.
Bucks County all the way..
mom only lets me out in the back yard
East Berlin here! (actually Kralltown - right outside of Dover)
I am from York, PA
I do lite excavating/grading, flat concrete. Retaining Walls and Pavers. Just looking into Concrete Curbing for 2010 season.
If anyone can help me out. I am now of age to be able to get licensed and insured. (I'm 18 now.) I am just wondering what process do I have to go throught to register my business with the state and what are the DOT regulations for a truck and a trailer (I have a F-150 and am purchasing either a 6x12 or 7x14 foot enclosed.) Also how much in insurance should I get I primarily do residential work but would like to pick up some commercial work. Keep in mind I am only doing this part time until I am done college then i will go full time. If anyone has any info please let me know Thanks again.
yeah i would like to know how be be fully licensed.
go to a lawyer-easiest way