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Scholarship Finalist | Marco Sierra

Scholarship Finalist | Marco Sierra
Marcos Sierra has applied for our Future Contractors Scholarship and his essay was selected to be one of our finalists. Below is some information about Macos and his essay submission. You can vote for his submission by clicking here.

Senior at Arizona State University
Major – Civil Engineering
 

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Scholarship Finalist | James Williams

Scholarship Finalist | James Williams
James Williams has applied for our Future Contractors Scholarship and his essay was selected to be one of our finalists. Below is some information about James and his essay submission. You can vote for his submission by clicking here.

Sophomore at Arizona State University
Major – Electrical Engineering
 

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Scholarship Finalist | Devin Marsh

Scholarship Finalist | Devin Marsh

Devin Marsh has applied for our Future Contractors Scholarship and his essay was selected to be one of our finalists. Below is some information about Devin and his essay submission. You can vote for his submission by clicking here.

Junior at Arizona State University
Major – Mechanical Engineering

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Scholarship Finalist | Brandon Bichler

Scholarship Finalist | Brandon Bichler

Brandon Bichler has applied for our Future Contractors Scholarship and his essay was selected to be one of our finalists. Below is some information about Brian and his essay submission. You can vote for his submission by clicking here.

Sophomore at Clemson University
Major – Civil Engineering

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How to Never Use Your Bond – Part 1

How to Never Use Your Bond – Part 1

The Contractor License Bond Is Not Insurance!

The most common misconception of the California contractor license bond is what it does for the contractor. The truth is, the bond is not for a construction company’s protection. The legally required license bond is for consumer protection against contractors who have violated the Contractors' License Law, leading to damages. To put it simply, the bond is not insurance!

It should be stated, that just Continue Reading...