Or is the advanced HVAC class required for the 4 point different than the classes I already took for the CPI certification and the 120 hours required for Florida licensing?
Sorry, we have to put you on hold, Marc Goldenberg will be with you soon.
Instead of one of those long winded messages, call me & we’ll go over the Florida State Citizens form, which I use & has never been rejected by other carriers.
Carl great to speak with you & good luck!
I sent you a buch of info files.
ps>> I agree with you that Scott is a big mean poopie pants.
Hey Marc I’m also in Florida an like you I also use the citizens form and haven’t had any issues either. One of the few problem I have with that form is the fact that it asks under the electrical “is amperage sufficient for current usage” how would anyone know without doing a calculation which is way beyond the scope of the inspection ?
Never did any calcs.
I think what they’re looking for here is the older, obsolete 60 amp service, which they may not accept.
Actually, as long as there’s a 100 amp minimum I’m OK… … …
unless they have an arc welder in the garage.
Most homes in my area are 125-150-200 amp. If there’s a 100 amp the home usually is on gas for the clothes dryer-water heater-range.
So if I see a 60 amp with no gas service, I have to make a judgement call, but it has never happened yet in over 9000 inspections.