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My firm Performs Renovations Covered by the RRP rule, but solely in the capacity of a subcontractor
Posted on February 10, 2013
My firm Performs Renovations Covered by the RRP rule, But Solely in the Capacity of a Subcontractor. If the general contractor is a certified firm, does my firm also have to be certified, or can we just provide the certified renovator?
All firms performing, offering, or claiming to perform renovations covered by the RRP rule must be certified. In this case, both the general contractor and subcontractor must become certified firms.