Sunday, December 10, 2023

Contractor Campus

Books & Classes for your Contractor's License

Georgia Kitchen and Bath Designer/Installer Limited Service Specialty Contractor License

The Kitchen and Bath Designer/Installer Limited Service Specialty Contractor License allows you to do the following work:

  • Design, configuration and plans for:
    • Kitchens
    • Baths
    • Cabinetry
    • Countertops
    • Fixtures
    • Storage
    • Furniture and furnishings
    • Hardware
    • Appliances
    • Equipment (including new technology)
    • Venting
    • Lighting
    • Reflective ceiling
    • Electrical, heating and air conditioning systems
  • Installation of backsplashes
  • Wall and floor treatments
  • Millwork
  • Trim work
  • Finish work

Management and oversight of installation of cabinetry, countertops, appliances and other kitchen and bath equipment will be installed by the manufacturer, distributor or retailer of such product or the independent qualified installers, approved or certified by such manufacturer, distributor or retailer.

How to Get the Kitchen and Bath Designer/Installer Limited Service Specialty Contractor’s License in Georgia?

For all Limited Service & Traditional Specialty Contractors listed under the Georgia Secretary of State does not require a contractor's license. However, these contractors must have a valid permit and comply with any legal requirements for their specialty trade that their county requires. In some cases, if the county offers a contractor license for that trade, they must hold the license to perform work in that specific county, therefore we advise them to contact the county for more information. If their county has no special requirements and they hold a valid permit, the specialty contractor can work for a residential or general contractor and perform the work directly with the owner without being a licensed residential or general contractor.