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Homeowners Recovery Fund
The Homeowners Recovery Fund provides assistance to homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor. Find out if you are eligible to file a complaint and get details on the process.
Unlicensed Contractor Receives 4-month Jail Time The Board is committed to protecting the citizens of North Carolina and regulating the general contracting industry by enforcing the laws and regulations pertaining to general contracting. Contractors practicing without a license have been and continue to be a major issue and threat to our citizens and the industry.March 18, 2020
Continuing Education Providers Approved The NCLBGC (the Board) has approved the initial group of providers who are now eligible to schedule and advertise dates to offer continuing education courses. Courses cannot be advertised until the curriculum has been approved by the Board. The Board will not schedule, or post schedules of courses being offered byMarch 18, 2020
Greetings from Executive Director C. Frank Wiesner Happy New Year! On behalf of Chairman David Stike, the Board and staff, we wish you a warm welcome to 2020. A new decade has dawned, and I am pleased to deliver the first Board Buzz of 2020 to you. We have another busy year ahead at theJanuary 9, 2020
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