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Old 07-26-2010, 07:47 PM   #1
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First let me say that I am 28 years old started electrical work when I was 18 and Got my limited license last year in north carolina.

The limited license only allows me to work on projects that are under 40k, and that includes fixtures and generators and all.

The builder I have been working with has bid on a house that is going to go over that amount so i am going to need to upgrade my license to do the job. In NC, to upgrade my license I would have to show a bondability satement in excess of 40k. How do I do this? Is there a company that deals with this often?

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You might need a CPA to prepare a certified financial statement for this.
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First let me say that I am 28 years old started electrical work when I was 18 and Got my limited license last year in north carolina.

The limited license only allows me to work on projects that are under 40k, and that includes fixtures and generators and all.

The builder I have been working with has bid on a house that is going to go over that amount so i am going to need to upgrade my license to do the job. In NC, to upgrade my license I would have to show a bondability satement in excess of 40k. How do I do this? Is there a company that deals with this often?

Thanks in advance
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In VA, if I found myself to be at my limit, I would wite two contracts and get two checks. Not sure if that wold work in your situation
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I used suretyone.com in Raleigh. They worked with my credit which wasn't particularly spectacular and gave me this letter in thirty minutes. Good price and really polite folks. Helpful. I have can find the card but if you can get the contact info off the website. I spoke to Constantin then Angie was the rep. that took care of it.
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It's been 7 years... I hope he figured it out already....
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damn. didnt even see the date, switched. hope hes still alive.
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Yeah, to big of a hurry to participate in the forum and long day. Didn't even notice the date.
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