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Both Residential and General Contractors in Georgia must obtain a license before performing any work or bidding. To obtain a license, applicants must first meet the exam, insurance, and experience requirements. For a Georgia contractor license, you must pass the Business Law and the NASCLA General Contractor Exam.
We have exam prep materials to help you pass on your first try. All of our training is offered in an online, self-paced format. We also back our courses with our no pass, no pay policy. We hope that you make RocketCert your home to help you obtain your Georgia General Contractor's License.
There are no restrictions on the type of work that general contractors in Georgia can do. However, there are financial limits that they must adhere to. If the scope of the work falls within the scope of electrical contracting, plumbing, conditioned air contracting, low voltage contracting, or utility contracting, a duly licensed contractor must complete the work.
General contractors are responsible for the construction of private, commercial, institutional, industrial, public, and other buildings and structures. This applies to projects under contract with or engagement directly by an owner. However, there may be exceptions as specified by law.
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Residential Basic Contractors in Georgia are able to perform contractor work relative to detached one family and two-family residences and one-family townhouses not over three stories in height and their accessory buildings.
Learn more about how to obtain this lisense on our Residential Basic Contractor License page.
Residential Light Commercial Contractors in Georgia are licensed to any contractor work or activity performed by a residential-basic contractor and, additionally, shall include such contractor work or activity related to multifamily and multiuse light commercial buildings and structures, and their related accessory buildings and structures, which are:
Learn more about how to obtain this lisense on our Residential Light Commercial Contractor License page.