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  1. #1
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    Smile I have a FL Mechanical License...

    I posted this in the general discussion section but it looks like this is a better place.

    I have a FL state certified mechanical license. My license is good throughout the state and unlimited in the HVAC field. Its above "Air A" and "Air B," licenses.

    Im looking to qualify a larger company that wants to expand to FL or that has lost their qualifier.

    For those in other states whom have no idea what I am talking about, here is an explanation. FL does not have reciprocity with other states on contractors licenses. Therefore, you need to apply for a license to do work in FL. Its an expensive, difficult and long process. Someone who is already licensed in FL can act as a "qualifier" for another business to qualify them under there license. You can't give away or sell a license. It belongs to the person only. If they die or leave, the company cannot operate. Or if they are from out of state, they may not be able to get a license in a timely manner and may loose a big upcoming project.

    You can find out more info on the my Florida license website.

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    To whom may concern:
    Looking for a Florida State qualifier HVAC. Email, text or call your requirements .
    South Florida Appliances HVAC Corp.
    PH 786-416-2454. 305-305-7647***
    Email: jgonzalez0402@yahoo.com

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    You still looking to qualify?

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    We are looking for someone to qualify our company. We are a company that is opening an office in Orlando Florida to serve Central FL and we lost our qualifier. Please reach out to us if interested. vmartin1212@gmail.com

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    What is the going price for the qualifier now a days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug1111 View Post
    What is the going price for the qualifier now a days?
    Last I checked a few years ago it was 1200-2000/month. Not sure now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIR PRO View Post
    Last I checked a few years ago it was 1200-2000/month. Not sure now.
    ^^^^ yes that is true a few years ago. And for the occasional someone that needs to draw a permit $500 each time

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug1111 View Post
    ^^^^ yes that is true a few years ago. And for the occasional someone that needs to draw a permit $500 each time
    Hmmm, $500 for a permit? That would be worthwhile if I could look at the install first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIR PRO View Post
    Hmmm, $500 for a permit? That would be worthwhile if I could look at the install first.
    The $500 was price years ago don't know what today's prices. The 500 was for a guy that did not have a license only did an occasional job that needed to draw a permit /he would pay a company to get permit for him /

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug1111 View Post
    What is the going price for the qualifier now a days?
    Yesterday we found someone offering his company license and independent contractors for $1,200/mth + a "good-will" down of $3,000. We want to do this legally, so we want to hire this person, and not just sign a "good-will" contract that may get us in trouble if we get inspected or audited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrdmcw View Post
    I posted this in the general discussion section but it looks like this is a better place.

    I have a FL state certified mechanical license. My license is good throughout the state and unlimited in the HVAC field. Its above "Air A" and "Air B," licenses.

    Im looking to qualify a larger company that wants to expand to FL or that has lost their qualifier.

    For those in other states whom have no idea what I am talking about, here is an explanation. FL does not have reciprocity with other states on contractors licenses. Therefore, you need to apply for a license to do work in FL. Its an expensive, difficult and long process. Someone who is already licensed in FL can act as a "qualifier" for another business to qualify them under there license. You can't give away or sell a license. It belongs to the person only. If they die or leave, the company cannot operate. Or if they are from out of state, they may not be able to get a license in a timely manner and may loose a big upcoming project.

    You can find out more info on the my Florida license website.

    we are looking to rent a mechanical license please call me @ 305-770-6015

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougPerera View Post
    You still looking to qualify?
    looking for license call 305-770-6015

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