This year brought several important updates to the North Carolina general contractor’ licensing process and procedures. Here are some changes to make note of for 2023.
Starting Jan. 1, criminal background checks must be submitted by all persons named on new general contractor license applications, including the Qualifier. Applicants should expect to submit their background check and payment via a… Continue reading
Beginning the in January 2019 if you are taking a General Contractor exam in North Carolina you will be
able to use the 2018 Code book editions. We have received several calls from people wanting to know if
they can purchase and use these books in the exam center, rather than purchase the… Continue reading
We’ve got a great lineup of seminars coming up these last few days of September! We will be hosting our NASCLA exam seminars in Durham NC and Columbia South Carolina this month, on Thursday and Friday. There are still a few seats in the North Carolina General Contractor seminar being held in Durham on Wednesday, September 27th. This class will… Continue reading
Last time we reviewed one of the 3 main types of SC General Contractor Licenses available, the Residential Contractor License. Today, we are going to look at the intermediate of these, the SC Limited Building Contractor License. Remember, each of the 3 license… Continue reading
There are basically three different main types of General Contractor License available in South Carolina and each has a different method of application, requirements and exam. We are going to look at the most basic of these first, the SC Residential Contractor License.
The… Continue reading
We receive many calls asking a variety of questions related to the various contractor exams; Questions about our on site contractor seminars, contractor exam books, and general contractor license questions; But one frequently asked question clients want to know is what… Continue reading