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Georgia Licenses

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State Licenses

Select a license to view its requirements, definition, exams, books, and classes.

The State of Georgia has Electrical Endorsements Agreements with California, Colorado, NASCLA®, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Texas.

Conditioned Air Contractor Class I

Limited to the installation, repair, or service of conditioned air systems.

Conditioned Air Contractor Class II

Installation, repair and service of any type of air conditioning system anywhere in Georgia.

Electrical Contractor Class I (Restricted)

Restricted to electrical contracting involving multifamily structures of not more than two levels or single-family dwellings of up to three levels.

Electrical Contractor Class II (Un-Restricted)

Unrestricted and can perform any type of electrical work anywhere in Georgia.

Journeyman Plumbing

Installation, maintenance, alteration, and repair of plumbing fixtures and systems under the direction of a Master Plumber.

Low Voltage: Alarm

Restricted to alarm and general system low-voltage contracting. burglary, fire, robbery, medical emergency, or equipment failure, or on the occurrence of any other predetermined event.

Low Voltage: General

General low-voltage systems mean any electrical systems, other than alarm or telecommunication systems, involving low-voltage wiring

Low Voltage: Telecommunications

Contract for work restricted to low-voltage telecommunication and general systems

Low Voltage: Unrestricted

Work on any type of low-voltage system such as intercom, call alert, alarm, telecommunication, sound, antenna, etc

Master Plumbing

Limited to plumbing involving single family dwellings, one-level dwellings designed for no more than 2 families, and commercial structures not exceeding 10,000 square feet

NASCLA® Commercial General Building

The NASCLA Accredited Examination Program was designed to assist contractors who wish to be licensed in multiple jurisdictions by offering a streamlined test taking option for the trade portion of the contractor examination.

Residential- Basic

A person who performs contractor work or activity relative to detached one-family and two-family residences and one-family townhouses not over three stories in height and their accessory buildings and structures

Residential- Light

Performs any contractor work or activity performed by a residential-basic contractor and, additionally, shall include such contractor work or activity related to multifamily and multi-use light commercial buildings and structures

Utility Contractor

The utility contractor's license allows you to construct, erect, alter, or repair or have constructed, erected, altered, or repaired any utility system.