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Old 08-17-2012, 11:20 AM   #1
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Are cleaning companies required to have a contractor's license? I always thought that they did not since they weren't building anything, removing or replacing anything, etc. But I've heard otherwise recently.

Also, what if that cleaning company also does mold remdiation. Would they then be required to have a contactor's license?

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D63 - Construction Clean-up Contractor
California Code of Regulations
Division 8, Title 16, Article 3. Classification

A construction cleanup contractor cleans up and/or removes from building grounds or structures any debris resultant from any construction project including but not limited to: concrete, dirt, scrap lumber, plaster, drywall, any paint or adhesive products from windows, floors, ceramic tile and bathroom fixtures.

HAZ - Hazardous Substance Removal Certification
Business & Professions Code
Division 3, Chapter 9. Contractors, Article 4. Classifications


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