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Our selection of Georgia residential and light commercial certification prep books spans the curriculum and multiple regulating bodies, including NASCLA, OSHA, BSCI and more. For residential contractors, you can find course prep books on carpentry, steel girding, masonry, safety, industry regulations, and more.

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Complete Book Set for the Georgia Residential / Light Commercial Contractor Exam. Carpentry & Building Construction Modern Masonry 2016, 8th Edition
The Contractor's Guide to Quality Concrete Construction GEORGIA Contractors Guide to Business, Law, and Project Management, Georgia, 2nd Edition Gypsum Construction Handbook 7th Edition
International Energy Conservation Code 2009 Construction Industry Regulations - 29 CFR Part 1926 (OSHA) Manual of Construction with Steel Deck
Handling and Erection of Steel Joists and Joist Girders, 2006  3rd Edition Pipe & Excavation Contracting Revised Manual of Construction with Steel Deck
Guide to Good Practice for Handling, Installing, Restraining & Bracing of Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses 2013 Edition Georgia Accessibility Code
   
 

A license from the State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors is required for the following contractor work:

  • Residential-Basic Contractor (contractor work relative to detached one-family and two-family residences and one-family townhouses not over three stories in height)
  • Residential-Light Commercial Contractor (same as residential-basic, and additionally, such contractor work or activity related to multifamily and multi use light commercial buildings and structures)
  • General Contractor (contractor services unlimited as to type of work contracted for, undertaken to perform, bid or proposed upon or otherwise offered to perform, and performed as a contractor, except any work which falls under the licensing requirements of Chapter 14 of this title, which may not be performed by the general contractor unless he or she possess licensure to do such)
  • General Contractor Limited Tier (contractor services unlimited as to type of work contracted for, undertaken to perform, bid or proposed upon or otherwise offered to perform, and performed as a contractor, except any work which falls under the licensing requirements of Chapter 14 of this title, which may not be performed by the general contractor unless he or she possess licensure to do such). This license is limited to contract amounts of $500,000 or less.

Certain specialty trades or work costing less than $2,500 does not require the services of a state licensed contractor. Please review our website for information on specialty services.

About Georgia Light Commercial Contractor License

Are you searching for a Georgia commercial contractor cert book? Commercial contracting work offers a well-paying and honest way to make a living. Before you can dive in and start your first project, you'll need to prepare and educate yourself. A Georgia residential basic contractor license book from our collection will help you do just that.

To get your contractor license in Georgia, you'll need to pass a two-part exam. Our Georgia commercial contractor exam prep course will cover everything you need to know. This includes both the business and law sections of the exam.

Our Georgia contractor book and study guide will refresh you on a variety of subjects, including building codes, federal OSHA regulations, carpentry techniques, construction, excavation, masonry, and much more. Revisiting your education will help you gain confidence in your ability to pass the test.

This exam is an important step toward the career you've been dreaming of. Get your general contractor license book Georgia now, and make sure you pass with flying colors.