Contractor, Residential General (CCB)
Last updated 01/03/2018
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This contractor may supervise, arrange, and/or perform an unlimited amount of unrelated building trades on any residential property or small commercial property. This category includes new homebuilders, remodelers and contractors who work on residential and small commercial property.
Continuing education must be completed before submitting a renewal application and fee. The residential bond an certificate of insurance must be valid before the renewal can be processed.
Duplicate License Requirements
Prerequisites and Requirements
Every licensee must have a Responsible Managing Individual (RMI), who has completed a 16-hour training on Business Practices and Law from an approved CCB provider, and passed the required exam.
Proof of the bond and insurance must be submitted with the initial application, and be maintained at all times through the duration of the license.
The test fee is $60 each time it is taken. There are 80 multiple-choice questions, and it is an open-book test. The passing score is 70%.
Continuing Education Requirements
Continuing education is required by residential contractors at each two-year renewal.
$20,000 residential bond
$500,000 liability insurance
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