Share a story. Move a bill.
Do you engage an unlicensed “handyperson” to complete small projects? C.A.R. wants to hear from you! Send your stories about using a handyperson on any small projects–include project details, cost, etc. We want the legislature to understand that $500 is not sufficient to cover the costs of unlicensed handypeople!
If passed, the C.A.R.-sponsored SB 304 Bill will increase the handyperson aggregate contract threshold price from the current $500 (for labor and materials) to $1,000. The $500 amount has not been adjusted in more than 20 years and does not adequately reflect increases in labor and materials costs.
SB 304 simply raises the current outdated/inadequate cost limit for work completed by unlicensed “handypeople”.