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Virginia Class C Contractor License

A Class C Contractor is any contractor that has single contracts from $1,000 or more but less than $10,000 or contracts totaling less than $150,000 over a one-year period.
The following specialty trades are recognized under the Class A, B, and C licenses:
• Alarm/security systems • Alternative energy system • Asbestos • Asphalt paving and sealcoating • Billboard, sign • Blast, explosive • Commercial improvement • Concrete • Electronic /communication service • Elevator /escalator • Environmental monitoring well • Environmental specialties • Equipment /machinery • Farm improvement • Fire alarm systems • Fire sprinkler • Fire suppression • Gas fitting • Home improvement • Landscape irrigation • Landscape service • Lead abatement • Liquefied petroleum gas • Marine facility • Masonry • Modular/ mobile/ manufactured building • Natural gas • Painting and wall covering • Radon mitigation • Recreational facility • Refrigeration • Roofing • Sewage disposal systems • Swimming pool construction • Vessel construction • Water well/ pump
Virginia does not require Continuing Education for the Class C Contractor classification. Effective August 21, 2006, the Designated Employee or a member of Responsible Management of all contractors applying for initial licensure (for an entity that is not currently licensed) must successfully complete an eight hour business class approved by the Board for Contractors.

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Effective March 1, 2016, all Contractor Specialty examinations will require pre-approval from DPOR prior to taking the examination. For more information please contact the Board for Contractors Licensing Section directly at (804) 367-8511.


An Owner/Officer/Partner of the Company must be the person to take the required 8-hour Business Course required by the Board.


Effective December 1, 2012, contractors will be required to take technical exams for the specialties they put on their license. This applies to Class A, B and C licenses. Contact the Virginia Board for Contractors for more information.


 


Effective August 21, 2006, the Designated Employee or a member of Responsible Management of all contractors applying for initial licensure (for an entity that is not currently licensed) must successfully complete an eight hour business class approved by the Board for Contractors. This applies to Class-A, Class-B and Class-C Contractors.


You must provide documentation that the class has been successfully completed by including a copy of the certificate of completion issued by the class, which identifies the course, course provider, date of completion and the name of the individual who took the class.


Class C contractors must document  2 years of experience.


Class C contractors must have single contracts from $1,000 or more but less than $10,000 or contracts totaling less than $150,000 over a one-year period.


Application Fees are non-refundable. The Class C License fee is $ 235.00.


There are no bonding or insurance requirements for licensing in the state of Virginia, at this time.

A Class C Contractor is any contractor that has single contracts from $1,000 or more but less than $10,000 or contracts totaling less than $150,000 over a one-year period.

The following specialty trades are recognized under the Class A, B, and C licenses:

• Alarm/security systems • Alternative energy system • Asbestos • Asphalt paving and sealcoating • Billboard, sign • Blast, explosive • Elevator /escalator • Environmental monitoring well • Environmental specialties • Equipment /machinery • Farm improvement • Fire alarm systems • Fire sprinkler • Fire suppression • Gas fitting • Landscape irrigation • Landscape service • Lead abatement • Liquefied petroleum gas • Marine facility • Modular/ mobile/ manufactured building • Natural gas • Radon mitigation • Recreational facility • Roofing • Sewage disposal systems • Swimming pool construction • Vessel construction • Water well/ pump

Virginia does not require Continuing Education for the Class C Contractor classification. Effective August 21, 2006, the Designated Employee or a member of Responsible Management of all contractors applying for initial licensure (for an entity that is not currently licensed) must successfully complete an eight hour business class approved by the Board for Contractors.




To apply for a license, contact:


Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation


9960 Mayland Drive, Suite 400 


Richmond, Virginia 23233 


(804)367-8511


www.state.va.us/dpor


Virginia exams are given by:


PSI Licensure: Certification


ATTN: Exam Registration


Daniel Building


3805 Cutshaw Ave., Suite 310


Richmond, VA  23230 (800) 733-9267


 www.psiexams.com




There is currently no reciprocity for this classification between Virginia and any other state.




Virginia does not require Continuing Education for the Class C Contractor classification.




There is no exam required for the Class C license, however all classifications now require an examination. 


Effective March 1, 2016, all Contractor Specialty examinations will require pre-approval from DPOR prior to taking the examination.




There are no required references books for Class C, as there is no required testing though books are required for each designated classification.


American Contractors has an extensive bookstore catering to the construction industry, as well as many references and tools to aid individuals just starting out in business or those well established.




American Contractors currently offers the required 8-hr Pre-Licensing course required by the Board for Contractors, both Live or Online.