Awning Specialty Contractor means a contractor whose practice and scope of work are limited to the execution of contracts requiring the experience, knowledge and skill necessary to fabricate, erect and install, repair, maintain, replace, alter or extend awnings. The scope of such work shall include the fabrication, erection and installation of awnings of detachable cloth/synthetic cover material over a rigid metal frame, including other materials incidental thereto, in or on buildings or other structures, and which may be, in whole or part, supported from a building wall erected and provided by others, or may be self-supporting, including footings or slabs on grade in connection therewith. The scope of such work shall comply with all plans, specifications and applicable codes, laws and regulations. The Awning Specialty Contractor shall not contract for any other work of another trade that is included within the scope of any other licensed contractor; however, electrical wiring required for the purpose of lighting the awning may be included in the contract for work but must be subcontracted to a certified or registered electrical contractor.  

Exams

 

Awning Specialty Contractor Exam

 
   

Exam

DPE1Du

 
Testing Company:   GITS (Gainesville Independent Testing Service)  
Hours Allotted:   2h  
Types of Questions:   Multiple Choice.  
Number of questions:   30  
Subjects Involved:  

- Safety
- Material Selection
- Definitions
- Material Joining – Sew/Weld
- Fastening – Cord/Bead/Tie

 
 

Business and Law Exams

 
   

Exam

AAE2A

 
Testing Company:   GITS (Gainesville Independent Testing Service)  
Hours Allotted:   2h  
Types of Questions:   Multiple Choice.  
Number of questions:   50  
Subjects Involved:  

- Insurance Laws
- Tax Laws
- Safety
- Management
- Lien Laws
- Employment Laws
- General Accounting

 

Courses

 

Books Set

 

Awning Specialty Contractor Books

OSHA is required for both the business and the trade exams.

 

CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

OSHA (CFR 29 Part 1926) is the leading safety reference in the construction industry covering all aspects of construction.
$29.87
$29.87
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Fabric Awning and Canopy Building Code Reference, IFAI

Fabric Awning and Canopy Building Code Reference, IFAI

The Fabric Awning and Canopy Building Code Reference is a great resource for Awning Contractors.
$27.50
$27.50
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Florida Building Code - Building

Florida Building Code - Building

Florida Building Code 2017 edition is the primary source for building code compliance in Florida.
$143.32
$143.32
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Business and Law Books

OSHA is required for both the business and the trade exams.

 

Florida Contractor's Business Procedures Reference Manual

Florida Contractor's Business Procedures Reference Manual

This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien.
$69.43
$69.43
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CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

OSHA (CFR 29 Part 1926) is the leading safety reference in the construction industry covering all aspects of construction.
$29.87
$29.87
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