Friday, 30 October 2020
As we start to wind down 2020 (thankfully), I want to make everyone aware that the January through December Florida DBPR Construction Examination References Lists are up and available from the MyFloridaLicense.com website. You can access the reference lists here: http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/examination-information/construction-examinations-reference-lists/#1512763100295-effd14bd-22a6 Your 2017 Florida Code Books and Florida Contractors Manuals will change to the 2020
Thursday, 29 October 2020
Hi Everyone, The DBPR has been down due to network issues for three weeks. This causes delays in both application processing and testing. Be patient, the DBPR is working quickly to get back up and running. They are back to working now and processing applications, but there are still a few glitches to work out.
Sunday, 09 August 2020
Everyone, All my wonderful clients, I love and appreciate you so much! It’s been really tough lately and you folks are sticking with me. I’ll stick with each of you, too! For those not in the know, I have had some major health issues happen right at the start of COVID and it hasn’t been
Building Construction Graduates May Be Exempt from Trade Testing for Florida State Certified Contractor Licenses!
Friday, 07 August 2020
GREAT NEW FOR FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION EXAM TAKERS! Effective July 1, 2020, exam candidates who have received a baccalaureate degree in building construction from an accredited 4-year college, Or a related degree as approved by board rule, And has a GPA of 3.0 Or higher are exempt from having to take the trade knowledge portion of
Monday, 27 July 2020
Your email and mailboxes are probably getting spammed like crazy because the schools are all fighting for your Continuing Education dollars. Prices are as high as $795 and as low as $69. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PAY $795 OR $695 FOR A CLASS! Schools are sending out classes for all different prices. Your Florida
Wednesday, 03 June 2020
This article is taken from the Cape Coral Police Department website. LES is not the author. Source: Cape Coral Police Department: https://www.capecops.com/newsroom/2020/6/2/wtq5ewp6p339odopqhiejgoe2ujho7?fbclid=IwAR3Lug0QKXRVfrp-HeYIdLMQsNigBzFe6kF6KRTKqntuzZenfoKdXknfh-0 During the Fall of 2018, The Cape Coral Police Department, as well as the Florida Attorney General’s Office, began to receive complaints regarding Bruno Total Home Performance. There were numerous consumer complaints alleging