Alabama Courses

ALABAMA GENERAL CONTRACTOR NASCLA

Any contract over $50,000 in Alabama requires an Alabama contractor's license. This license will allow the builder to bid on, build, or modify any type of structure in Alabama except for residential structures. This exam will also serve as your trades exam for Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, West Virginia Of those states listed, only Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee require a separate license for residential construction.


ALABAMA HOME BUILDER CONTRACTOR

Any contract over $50,000 in Alabama requires an Alabama contractor's license. This license will allow the builder to bid on, build, or modify residential structures in Alabama. You will require a separate license if you wish to do commercial work in Alabama.


ALABAMA UNDER FOUR STORIES

Building Construction under Four Stories (BCU4): Shall include the construction of building structures, including modifications thereof, that do not exceed three stories in height, and any roof structure or component of such structure does not exceed fifty feet in height, which are intended for use for shelter, protection, comfort or convenience. This a Commercial License Only you will need to have a separate license for Residential work.


ALABAMA COMMERCIAL BUSINESS AND LAW

The Alabama Business Law exam is a short 2 hour exam covering information in only 1 book. This exam will cover topics including rules for the Alabama General Contractors Board, types of forms needed for hiring and verifying employee's work status, taxation, lien laws and more.


ALABAMA RESIDENTIAL BUSINESS AND LAW

The Alabama Residential Business Law exam is a short 2 hour exam covering information in only 1 book. This exam will cover topics including rules for the Alabama Home Builder's Board, types of forms needed for hiring and verifying employee's work status, taxation, lien laws and more.