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  • Connecticut Limited Journeyperson/Contractor (S-7, S-8)

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    Please note the Business and Law Examination is required for ALL Contractor licenses and pre-approval is required. We offer review for the Connecticut Limited Contractor exam through online exam review. The program takes you through each one of the reference books that the exam is based on showing you exactly what to highlight. After your highlighting is completed with each book, you have the option take an online practice test to reinforce concepts presented. Also, there is an extensive math and plans analysis portion. @HomePrep is a National Leader in online …

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About This License

Limited Contractor (S-7)

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to hot water or steam heating systems for buildings not over three stories high with a total heating load not exceeding 500,000 BTU's and steam pressure not exceeding fifteen pounds. This license also covers the servicing and installation of oil burners handling up to five gallons per hour, as well as gas burners and gas piping for the work covered by this license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or equivalent experience and training.

Limited Journeyman (S-8)

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to hot water or steam heating systems for buildings not over three stories high with a total heating load not exceeding 500,000 BTU’s and steam pressure not exceeding fifteen pounds and only while in the employ of a contractor licensed for such work. Also covered by this license is the servicing and installation of oil burners handling up to five gallons per hour, as well as gas burners and gas piping for work covered by this license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or equivalent experience and training.

Requirements to Obtaining Your License

Applying For Your License

Exam Details

Contractor (S-7)

  • 60 questions
  • 2 hours
  • 70% required to pass
  • Topics include Chimneys, Flues and Vents, Insulation, General Knowledge, Controls, Hydronics, Fuel Gas Systems, Oil Burners, Piping, Boilers, Maintenance and Testing, and Combustion Air
  • To schedule your exams, contact PSI at 1-800-733-9267

D-4 Journeyperson Exam

  • 60 questions
  • 2 hours
  • 70% required to pass
  • Topics include Chimneys, Flues and Vents, Insulation, General Knowledge, Controls, Hydronics, Fuel Gas Systems, Oil Burners, Piping, Boilers, Maintenance and Testing, Combustion Air, and Storage Tanks
  • To schedule your exams, contact PSI at 1-800-733-9267

Books and References for the Exam

The following references are permitted to be taken into the examination. They are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-952-0910.

  • 2015 International Mechanical Code or International Mechanical Code Commentary
  • 2015 International Residential Code
  • 2011 NFPA 31: Standard for the Installation of Oil-Burning Equipment
  • 2012 NFPA 54: National Fuel Gas Code or National Fuel Gas Code Handbook
  • 2014 NFPA 58: Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code
  • Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Exam Review Education

We offer review for the Connecticut Limited Contractor exam through online exam review. The program takes you through each one of the reference books that the exam is based on showing you exactly what to highlight. After your highlighting is completed with each book, you have the option take an online practice test to reinforce concepts presented. Also, there is an extensive math and plans analysis portion. The program narrated and animated.

Continuing Education

None

Reciprocity Agreement

There are no reciprocal agreements for this license as of this time.

How It Works

1

Obtain pre-approval from the state (if applicable).

2

Purchase Exam Prep materials.

3

Schedule and pass your state exams.

4

Submit to the state your application, licensing fee, and proof of insurance.