Includes everything you need to pass both your exams. Using our unique learning system you will practice on our exam simulation that looks and acts just like the South Carolina Residential Contractor Exam given by South Carolina Department of Labor.
South Carolina Residential Contractor Exam Prep Course
Includes printable Home Study guide with How to Read Blueprints manual, Exam Prep., Audio CDs for both the South Carolina Residential Contractor Trades and Business Exams, and Unlimited Practice Exam's for the Trades and Business exams. Books not included
Study for your South Carolina Residential Builder Exam and South Carolina Business Law and Project Management Exam.
Schedule your final exam at PSI Exams. Pass both your South Carolina Residential Builder Exam and South Carolina Business Law and Project Management Exam.
State Requirements & Application
* License will be required for the practice of contracting in South Carolina for contracts exceeding $5,000.
* You must be pre-approved by the board before being allowed to sit for the exam.
* Application fees must be submitted with your application as well as a credit report.
* The South Carolina Business and Law exam is required.
* Applicants must obtain a $15,000 surety bond.
* No monetary limitation or requirements
* Submit an affidavit showing proof of at least one year of actual experience of the supervision of a licensed builder.
Surety Bonds: Beginning with this renewal cycle, the South Carolina Contractor's Licensing Board can now accept a surety bond in lieu of a financial statement for both renewals and initial applications. Basically, an applicant can provide a surety bond in the amount of two (2) times the net worth requirement for the Group Level applied for. For example a General Contractor Group 5 would require a surety bond in the amount of $500,000.
Board Contact Information:
South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Synergy Business Park, Kingstree Building 110 Centerview Dr. Columbia, SC 29210
"Residential builder" means one who constructs, superintends, or offers to construct or superintend the construction, repair, improvement, or reimprovement of a residential building or structure which
is not over three floors in height and which does not have more than sixteen units in any single apartment building, when the cost of the undertaking exceeds five thousand dollars. Anyone who engages or offers to engage in such undertaking in this State is considered to have engaged in the business of residential building. Permitted Work