They ask for as much detail as possible including dates and dates of supervisor experience, the verifyer is supposed to use their own words in describing the work history.On the app for certified contractor, there are no specific instructions on what the verifier must prove. Is there certain wording that must be covered? In other words, how specific should the verifier be?
I never said the verifyer was lying, just pointed out that they are putting their license on the line by signing for you.The verifier won't be lying. We just need to know how detailed. For example, describe the jobs done or go into detail about the work completed on each job. And if so, how much detail?
I am familiar with the page you are talking about.P.S. to above post, if you are familiar with app, we already have the work experience listed with dates and jobs. I am referring only to the page(s) that the verifier completes and has notarized.
There are certain areas you need to list like slabs over a certain size, forms, footers, tie beams, framing etc., you also have to list some commercial work as well.certified building contractor
We submitted it and received a letter saying it wasn't specific enough. The problem is that the letter was not written correctly and told us we needed to provide the info required for a general contractor (info about high rises basically). We called and they said they've had this error several times and they sent an e-mail to that dept to correct their error. They are supposed to correct within five days. So we are expecting another letter telling us the same thing, except to say its not specific enough for certified building contractor. We just don't know what else we should add. How specific? Want to get it right this time. We have heard there is specific wording they are looking for, but it is not spelled out on the app or the website.
You need some commercial experience as well, just listing one home and a remodel will not be enough for a Building Contractors license.So the verifier lists the specifics of the jobs he has first hand knowledge of for the period of one year. Where do you get a list of what must be covered in his writing (such as the things you mentioned)? We want to make sure we cover it all this time. One job was a new home and one was a remodel.
What is WE?? it is the individual that must have the experience that is applying for the license after passing the test.OK, we have over four years worth listed that includes some commercial experience.
What I am referring to is the verifier's sheet. If he only supervised the house and the remodel, does he only give specifics of that or does he have to check the background for the four+ years and also write about that? This is what is confusing is the verifier's role. I understand that the experience must be listed and we have that.