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 How to Become a FEMA Approved Contractor?

Answer Hard work made you a successful contractor with a solid reputation, and a rash of natural disasters with their resulting devastation from the Gulf Coast to the heartland has ignited a desire to use... Read More »
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Contractor did work then additional work.ruined original work.had to be redone by another contractor at considerable more expense.contractors insurance says nocoverage on his own work- can this be tru?

Perhaps, if you would like to provide details, I could maybe be of more assistance, try using the discussion area.
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What is the difference between contractor sub-contractor?

Term can be used interchangeable . A company can be a electrical contractor if they work directly for the owner of a project. That same contractor becomes a subcontractor when he works for another ... Read More »
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What class of vessel must have one type iv us coast guard approved pfd on board in addition to one typr you 1 2 3 or 5 us coast guard approved pfd for each person?

There are many and varied answers, but the most convincing is 1915. See the link below for more on the chronology of the Coast Guard.
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Where does FEMA get its funding?

Federal Emergency Management Assistance (FEMA) is a division of the Department of Homeland Security. Since FEMA is a government agency, it is publicly funded by taxpayers. FEMA primarily exists to ... Read More »
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