VIRGINIA PRE-LICENSE COURSE REQUIREMENT
This is the state approved 8-hour course to complete the requirement to achieve your contractor's license in the state of Virginia. Super easy and you get instant access. We notify the State of Virginia once you are complete. You can have yours completed in just a couple of hours! You will instantly have access to print out your course certificate after course completion.
VIRGINIA NASCLA COMMERCIAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
The Virginia NASCLA Contractor license classification covers commercial, industrial, institutional, and modular construction along with remodeling or ancillary work. This is an unlimited license. It also allows for work under many of the various sub classifications. The NASCLA Contractor License classification is reciprocal for many states! Note: NASCLA is used for the CBC classification and therefore cannot be used to do residential work in Virginia.
VIRGINIA RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR (RBC)
Virginia Residential Building Contractors are those whose contracts include construction, remodeling, repair, improvement, removal, or demolition or real property owned, controlled or leased by another person of dwellings and townhouses, as defined in the USBC, including accessory buildings or structures on such property.
VIRGINIA COMMERCIAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR (CBC)
The Commercial Building Contractor is one whose contracts include construction, remodeling, repair, improvement, removal, or demolition on real property owned, controlled or leased by another person of commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, and accessory use buildings or structures.
VIRGINIA COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR (CIC)
A Commercial Improvement Contractor provides services for repair or improvement to structures not defined as dwellings and townhouses in the USBC. The CIC classification does not provide for the construction of new buildings, accessory buildings, electrical, plumbing, HVAC or gas work.
VIRGINIA DRYWALL CONTRACTOR (DRY)
The DRY classification does not provide for the construction of new buildings, accessory buildings, electrical, plumbing, HVAC or any other work that isn't exclusive to drywall repair, modification, or installation.
VIRGINIA BUSINESS AND LAW
The Virginia Business Law exam is required for all Class A and Class B contractor licenses in Virginia.