• Workshop
    • Murray

      Murray

    • Project Request  April 29 2019
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    Industry: Workshop | Invitation to Bid

    What is the primary reason you have a Residential Contractors License in the state of Louisiana?

    Homeowners are asked to use the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors search to find licensed residential home builders, renovators, electricians, plumbers, HVAC, professionals. But they don't offer homeowners category selections.

  • I'm writing to you for information about your company and the reason you are required to be licensed as a Residential Contractor.

    I am creating a search index that will allow homeowners free access to your email address which you registered with the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors to send you Invitation to Bid on projects homeowners need completed.

    I am reaching out to you for the following information.

    1. Primary and Secondary trade industry your company is invested.

    Examples Carpeting, flooring, tile, concrete flatwork, remodel, builder, drywall, electrical, engineering, doors, windows, siding, carpentry, fireplace, foundations, framing, HVAC, insulation, interior doors, kitchen cabinets, countertops, land surveyor, landscaping, pools, masonry work, Mold remediation, painting and wall covering, plumbing, roofing, specialty abatement, subcontractor type when offing labor only, security systems, technology, solar, etc. If your industry trade is not listed please send it.

    2. Email address to send bid invitations from homeowners.

    If the email address you would like Invitation to Bid sent to is different from the email address you have registered with the state licensing board please send the updated email address to me.

    With this information we hope to help homeowners find qualified licensed trade professionals easier, faster and in the same area as where the homeowner lives. With your help I can make a more productive search index to help your business as well as homeowners.

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