Virginia Class B Contractors License FAQs

Opportunities for contractors in Virginia continue to grow. To make the most of these opportunities, licensing is required in Virginia as the law states anyone performing or managing construction, improvements, repair or removal with a total value of a single project over $1,000 must obtain a license from Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR). According to the Virginia Board for Contractors, the contractor licenses consist of two parts; the class of license and the classification or specialty regarding the type of work performed. The class determines if any restrictions are placed on the contracts/projects performed and the classification determines your specialty. There are three license classes: Class A, Class B, and Class C, and the class is based on the total value of the project(s). Here the most frequently asked questions about the Virginia Class B Contractor License:
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Virginia Class A Contractor License FAQs

As business in Virginia grows, the opportunities for contractors do as well. Per state law, anyone performing or managing construction, improvements, repair or removal with a total value of a single project over $1,000 must obtain a license from Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR). Per the Virginia Board for Contractors, contractor licenses consist of two parts; the class of license and the classification or specialty regarding the type of work performed. The class determines if any restrictions are placed on the contracts/projects performed and the classification determines your specialty. There are three license classes: Class A, Class B, and Class C, based on the total value of the project(s). Here the most frequently asked questions about the Virginia Class A Contractor License:
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How To Get A Virginia Plumbers License

Are you considering getting a Virginia Plumbers License? Thanks to the low cost of learning the trade and abundant income opportunity, plumbing is an excellent career choice. Since water damage may occur in homes or businesses at any time, there’s no shortage of opportunities for plumbers.  While there is no guarantee, in Virginia licensed plumbers often have job security even in an uncertain economy.  In addition, plumbers may join a union for great benefits and generally receive excellent pay working for someone else or as a small business owner themselves. Other benefits to a plumbing career include social interaction with people as well as both physical and mental exercise while on the job. If you’ve decided to get your plumbing license in Virginia, here’s everything you need to know. 
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