Any person who does more than supply furnishings made or constructed by another manufacturer – whether they’re applied inside or outside a residential or commercial property, will require a general building contractor license to avoid being fined for the work; no matter how well it turns out. Although this is a basic and all-encompassing rule that extends nationwide; there are other general contractor requirements with which a builder must become familiar. These can vary from state-to-state. The license isn’t only required to legally build and construct, but also for less-intensive projects such as painting and electrical repairs. Read more.
Passing the electrical contractor exam is the final step toward being able to secure employment as an electrician. This test is extremely difficult and has a high rate of failure for first-time takers. In order to increase the odds of passing on the first attempt, applicants will need to develop a rigid study plan to ensure a successful outcome. Read more.