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Green building is no longer viewed as a passing fad or some strange notion adopted by militant environmentalists on the fringe of society. In fact, the editors of Harvard Business Review dedicated a large amount of space in their June 2006 issue to explain how green building is now an established mainstream building practice. By Rob Fanjoy
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
Our Clients have an average 95% pass rate. We guarantee if you do not pass the exam, you may re-take our seminar as many times as you would like for one year.
“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 NC DOI has release their 2014 Home Inspector Exam Calendar. The first available exam in 2014 will be on February 6th. Please note that the application deadline for the February exam is December 20, 2013. If your application is approved you will have until January 10th to register for the February exam.… Continue reading
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We now offer Contractor Exam Prep Courses and Books for NC Building Contractor, NC Residential Contractor, NASCLA Accredited Examination for Commercial General Building Contractor, AL Building Contractor Under Four Stories, AL Home Builder, GA Residential Basic Contractor, GA… Continue reading
NEW! The new 7th Edition North Carolina NASCLA Business, Law and Project Management for General Contractors book (ISBN# 978-1-934234-50-1) for the NC Building Contractor and NC Residential Contractor exam has been released!! This book is now allowed in the exam center in addition to the 6th Edition NC NASCLA. Effective May… Continue reading
The NC Home Inspector Licensure Board Committee and Staff reviews of many contracts and home inspection reports in the process of complaint investigations and new licensee audits has revealed a number of common deficiencies. Below you will find the last of the “Top 5” Home Inspection Contract & Report NCHILB Standards of… Continue reading
The NC Home Inspector Licensure Board Committee and Staff reviews of many contracts and home inspection reports in the process of complaint investigations and new licensee audits has revealed a number of common deficiencies. Below you will find another of the “Top 5” Home Inspection Contract & Report NCHILB Standards of Practice… 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