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Heating licenses in North Carolina are split into 3 groups. Heating Group 3 deals with air distrubtion systems having a mechanical refrigeration capacity of 15 tons or less. We offer a course with exam prep, the book for the exam, and additional services to help you obtain your license. All of our training is offered in an online self-paced format. Our exam prep is designed to help you pass your test the first time, and is backed with our no pass, no pay policy. All of our courses are available from almost any device, any time. We hope that you will make RocketCert your home to help you obtain your North Carolina Heating Group 3 License.
The Heating Group 3 License in North Carolina can be utilized for the installation, repair, and servicing of systems and units with a mechanical refrigeration capacity of 15 tons or less. All single-family detached residential systems are included in this group, regardless of total refrigeration capacity. Includes fuel piping qualifications.
North Carolina Contractors must pass two examinations: the Heating Group 3 Exam and the Business and Law exam. Business and Law is not required if the applicant holds an active contractor license with this Board and the applicant passed the Board’s Business and Law Exam after August, 2003.
Upon application approval, the applicant will receive instructions for scheduling the examination.
Topics include: Erosion and Sedimentation Control; Licensing; Subcontractor's Pay Requirements; Liens and Bonds; One Call
The North Carolina Heating Group 3 and Business and Law exams are open book. These references are permitted to be tabbed and highlighted! Unfortunately, our online course is NOT permitted to be accessed during the State exam.
The Following References are Allowed to be Used During the Heating Group 3, Class I Exam:
The Following References are Allowed to be Used During the Heating Group 3, Class II Exam: