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Kentucky Business and Law for HVAC Master

This license does not stand-alone; it is taken together with a trade exam to allow contracting. It is required by the state licensing board in addition to the Master HVAC Exam.

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This license does not stand-alone; it is taken together with a trade exam to allow contracting. It is required by the state licensing board in addition to the Master HVAC Exam. Currently, it is given as a part of the HVAC Master exam, without a separate fee.
This license does not stand-alone; it is taken together with a trade exam to allow contracting. It is required by the state licensing board in addition to the Master HVAC Exam.

Plumbing & HVAC contractors may obtain applications & licensing information from:

Department of Housing Building & Construction
Division of Plumbing
101 Sea Hero Road, Suite 100
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502)573-0395 for HVAC
(502)573-0397 for Plumbing
(502) 573-1401 Fax
www.ohbc.ky.gov/plumbing/

Important Contacts

Electrical contractors may obtain certifying exam information from:

Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction
Division of Electrical
101 Sea Hero Rd., Ste 100
Frankfort, KY 40601-5405
(502) 573-2002
The testing company is ICC but exam registrations are handled by Pearson Vue at 800-275-8301

ICC Contractor Examination Services
900 Montclair Road
Birmingham, AL 35213
(877) 783-3926
Plumbing & HVAC contractors may obtain applications & licensing information from:

Department of Housing Building & Construction
Division of Plumbing
101 Sea Hero Road, Suite 100
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502)573-0395 for HVAC
(502)573-0397 for Plumbing
(502) 573-1401 Fax
Kentucky does not have a standing reciprocity agreement with any states for this license but will consider individuals that have passed the Ohio Business and Law Exam.
Kentucky does not require continuing education for the Business Law exam

The testing company is ICC. It is an open-book, timed test with 30 questions and a 1.5 –hour time limit. A specific grade will not be given on the exam, only a pass or fail statement.

Exam topics include: Business Structure Practices and Licensing, Estimating and Bidding, Contracts and Acceptance, Project Management and Planning, Financing and Record Keeping, Insurance and Bonding, Labor Law and Personnel Policies ,Tax, Lien Law, and Dispute Resolution, Safety and OSHA Compliance


American Contractors offers a seminar to help individuals pass the Kentucky Business Law exam. Please contact us for more information.