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
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“Hello! I took your Building seminar last Saturday, 24 April. I just wanted to let you know that it was absolutely excellent, and I passed the test the… Continue reading
The new 2012 North Carolina State Building Code books have been released. The North Carolina State Building Code, Residential Code and Administrative codes are now available in soft-cover versions only. Another change worth noting is the Residential Code book now includes abridged versions of the Mechanical code, Plumbing code, Fuel Gas… Continue reading
One of the most frequently asked questions I get is, “Building Contractor license or Residential Contractor license, which classification do I need?” Well, let’s start from the top; A Building Contractor classification covers all types of building construction activity, included but not limited to Commercial, Industrial, Institutional and all… Continue reading
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For the fastest and most convenient test scheduling process, PSI recommends that candidates register for their examinations using the Internet. To register over the Internet, candidates will need to have a valid MasterCard or Visa. Candidates register online by accessing PSI’s registration website at www.psiexams.com. Internet registration is available 24 hours… Continue reading
How do I know when or if I am required to hold a license to practice general contracting?
North Carolina General Statute 87-1 defines the practice of general contracting; refer to NCGS 87-1 todetermine whether these requirements apply in your case.
Does the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors license subcontractors?
No,… Continue reading
A qualifying examination is not an occupational license, and does not grant the holder of such examination the authority to practice general contracting. Individuals may be licensed by their personal examinations or the examination of a responsible managing employee. Partnerships and corporations are licensed by examination of a responsible managing officer or member of the… Continue reading
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