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- September 18, 2019
License applicants (GS 87-10(a); NCAC Title 21 Chapter 12A .0300) Anyone seeking to be licensed as a general contractor in North Carolina shall submit an application and meet the following requirements. be at least 18 years old, possess good moral character, as determined by the Board provide evidence of financial responsibility, as determined by the
- July 23, 2019
Board Buzz – Winter
- January 9, 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 the
Continuing Education General Statute 87-10.2 states that North Carolina licensed general contractors will be required to complete continuing education (CE) beginning with 2021 license renewals. Courses CE courses begin in May 2020. 8 hours of CE must be completed in order to renew a license by at least one qualifier for licensees in the license
- December 4, 2019
Homeowners Recovery FundWho pays for the fund?When a licensed general contractor files for and secures a building permit for the construction or alteration of a single-family dwelling unit, the local permitting and inspection departments in North Carolina charge an additional fee of the applicant/contractor. At the end of each quarterly period, inspection departments send the
- October 18, 2019
Board Buzz – Fall
- October 2, 2019
In this issue, we welcome Sonya McLamb as education coordinator, provide a summary of amended rules and an update on continuing education, share a Compliance Corner column, and link to recent disciplinary action.
Complaints Your complaint is eligible if: The contractor is licensed or The contractor is unlicensed and the contract is $30,000 or more After submitting a complaint request, our complaints department will contact you to continue the complaint process. Select an area Alamance Alexander Alleghany Anson Ashe Avery Beaufort Bertie Bladen Brunswick Buncombe Burke Cabarrus Caldwell
- September 19, 2019
Board Briefs – September
- September 4, 2019
A recently passed law requires licensed general contractors to complete continuing education as a condition to license renewal beginning with 2021 license renewals.
Board Briefs – August
- August 6, 2019
A new law requires 8 hours of annual continuing education as a condition for license renewal for those with Unclassified, Building or Residential classifications.
Continuing Education The recently passed General Statute 87-10.2 states that North Carolina licensed general contractors will be required to complete continuing education (CE) beginning with 2021 license renewals. Courses It is expected that CE courses will begin by May 2020. 8 hours of CE must be completed in order to renew a license by at
- July 23, 2019