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Virginia Class A/B/C Contractor License Information

The Virginia Class A Contractor License, the Virginia Class B Contractor License and the Virginia Class C Contractor License

 

This is information provided directly by the Virginia Board for Contractors (VBC), Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) regulation guide, updated December 1, 2014:

 

Definition of "Contractor" for Virginia Contractor Licensing

 

A "Contractor" means any person, that for a fixed price, commission, fee, or percentage undertakes to bid upon, or accepts, or offers to accept, orders or contracts for performing, managing, or superintending in whole or in part, the construction, removal, repair or improvement of any building or structure permanently annexed to real property owned, controlled, or leased by him or another person or any other improvements to such real property.

 

 

Monetary Limits for Virginia Contractor Licenses A, B, and C

 

"Class A contractors" perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is $120,000 or more, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any 12-month period is $750,000 or more.


"Class B contractors" perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is $10,000 or more, but less than $120,000, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair or improvements undertaken by such person within any 12-month period is $150,000 or more, but less than
$750,000.


"Class C contractors" perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is over $1,000 but less than $10,000, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any 12-month period is less than $150,000. The Board shall require a master tradesmen license as a condition of licensure for electrical, plumbing and heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractors.

 

 

18 VAC 50-22-40. Requirements for a Virginia Class C license.

 

A. A firm applying for a Virginia Class C license must meet the requirements of this section.

 

B. For every classification or specialty in which the firm seeks to be licensed, the firm shall name a qualified individual who meets the following requirements:


1. Is at least 18 years old;


2. Has a minimum of two years experience in the classification or specialty for which he is the qualifier;


3. Is a full-time employee of the firm as defined in this chapter or is a member of the responsible management of the firm; and


4.

a. Has obtained the appropriate certification for the following specialties:

Blast/Explosive contracting (Department of Fire Programs explosive use certification)
Fire sprinkler (NICET Sprinkler III certification)
Radon mitigation (EPA or DEQ) accepted radon certification


b. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification
Regulations, a master license for Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical,
Gas Fitting, Natural Gas Fitting Provider, and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Contracting.


c. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification Regulations, certification as an Elevator Mechanic for Elevator Escalator Contracting and certification as a Water Well Systems Provider for Water Well/Pump Contracting.


d. Has completed a board-approved examination for all other classifications and specialties that do not require other certification or licensure. (OUR NOTE: UNLESS YOU ARE IN THE TRADES OR A SPECIALIZED FIELD, MOST LIKELY, THIS WILL BE THE OPTION FOR YOU ... PASSING SPECIALTY EXAM BASED UPON THE TYPE OF PROJECTS YOU WILL PERFORM.)


C. The firm shall provide information for the past five years prior to application on any outstanding, past-due debts and judgments; outstanding tax obligations; defaults on bonds; or pending or past bankruptcies. The firm, its qualified individual or individuals, and all members of the responsible management of the firm shall submit information on any past-due debts and judgments or defaults on bonds directly related to the practice of contracting as defined in Chapter 11 (§ 54.1-1100 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia.


D. The firm, the qualified individual, and all members of the responsible management of the firm shall disclose at the time of application any current or previous contractor licenses held in Virginia or in other jurisdictions and any disciplinary actions taken on these licenses. This includes but is not limited to any monetary penalties, fines, suspensions, revocations,
surrender of a license in connection with a disciplinary action, or voluntary termination of a license in Virginia or in any other jurisdiction.


E. In accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia, each applicant shall disclose the following information about the firm, all members of the responsible management, and the qualified individual or individuals for the firm:


1. All misdemeanor convictions within three years of the date of application; and
2. All felony convictions during their lifetime.


Any plea of nolo contendere shall be considered a conviction for purposes of this subsection. The record of a conviction received from a court shall be accepted as prima facie evidence of a conviction or finding of guilt. The board, in its discretion, may deny licensure to any applicant in accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia.


F. A member of responsible management shall have successfully completed a board approved basic business course. (OUR NOTE: THIS IS AN 8-HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE THAT IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES OF VIRGINIA CONTRACTORS' LICENSES, A, B, AND C.)


18 VAC 50-22-50. Requirements for a Virginia Class B license.


A. A firm applying for a Virginia Class B license must meet the requirements of this section.


B. A firm shall name a designated employee who meets the following requirements:


1. Is at least 18 years old;

 

2. Is a full time employee of the firm as defined in this chapter, or is a member of responsible management as defined in this chapter;

3. Has passed a board-approved examination as required by § 54.1-1108 of the Code of Virginia or has been exempted from the exam requirement in accordance with §54.1-1108.1 of the Code of Virginia; and


4. Has followed all rules established by the board or by the testing service acting on behalf of the board with regard to conduct at the examination.  Such rules shall include any written instructions communicated prior to the examination date and any oral or written instructions given at the site on the date of the exam.


C. For every classification or specialty in which the firm seeks to be licensed, the firm shall name a qualified individual who meets the following requirements:


1. Is at least 18 years old;

 

2. Has a minimum of three years experience in the classification or specialty for which he is the qualifier;


3. Is a full-time employee of the firm as defined in this chapter or is a member of the responsible management of the firm;


4.

a. Has obtained the appropriate certification for the following specialties:

Blast/Explosive contracting (Department of Fire Programs explosive use certification)
Fire sprinkler (NICET Sprinkler III certification)
Radon mitigation (EPA or DEQ) accepted radon certification


b. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification Regulations, a master license for Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, Gas Fitting, Natural Gas Fitting Provider, and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Contracting.


c. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification Regulations, certification as an Elevator Mechanic for Elevator Escalator Contracting and certification as a Water Well Systems Provider for Water Well/Pump Contracting.


d. Has completed a board-approved examination for all other classifications and specialties that do not require other certification or licensure. (OUR NOTE: UNLESS YOU ARE IN THE TRADES OR A SPECIALIZED FIELD, MOST LIKELY, THIS WILL BE THE OPTION FOR YOU ... PASSING SPECIALTY EXAM BASED UPON THE TYPE OF PROJECTS YOU WILL PERFORM.)

 

D. Each firm shall submit information on its financial position. Excluding any property owned as tenants by the entirety, the firm shall state a net worth or equity of $15,000 or more.

 

E. Each firm shall provide information for the five years prior to application on any outstanding,past-due debts and judgments; outstanding tax obligations; defaults on bonds; or pending or past bankruptcies. The firm, its designated employee, qualified individual or individuals, and
all members of the responsible management of the firm shall submit information on any past due debts and judgments or defaults on bonds directly related to the practice of contracting as defined in Chapter 11 (§ 54.1-1100 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia.


F. The firm, the designated employee, the qualified individual and all members of the responsible management of the firm shall disclose at the time of application any current or previous substantial identities of interest with any contractor licenses issued in Virginia or in other jurisdictions and any disciplinary actions taken on these licenses. This includes but is not limited to any monetary penalties, fines, suspension, revocation, or surrender of a license in connection with a disciplinary action. The board, in its discretion, may deny licensure to any applicant when any of the parties listed above have had a substantial identity of interest (as deemed in § 54.1-1110 of the Code of Virginia) with any firm that has had a license suspended, revoked, voluntarily terminated or surrendered in connection with a disciplinary action in Virginia or any other jurisdiction.


G. In accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia, each applicant shall disclose the following information about the firm, designated employee, all members of the responsible management, and the qualified individual or individuals for the firm:


1. All misdemeanor convictions within three years of the date of application; and
2. All felony convictions during their lifetime.


Any plea of nolo contendere shall be considered a conviction for purposes of this subsection. The record of a conviction received from a court shall be accepted as prima facie evidence of a conviction or finding of guilt. The board, in its discretion, may deny licensure to any applicant in accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia.


H. The designated employee or a member of responsible management shall have successfully completed a board-approved basic business course. (OUR NOTE: THIS IS AN 8-HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE THAT IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES OF VIRGINIA CONTRACTORS' LICENSES, A, B, AND C.)


18 VAC 50-22-60. Requirements for a Virginia Class A license.


A. A firm applying for a Virginia Class A license shall meet all of the requirements of this section.


B. A firm shall name a designated employee who meets the following requirements:

 

1. Is at least 18 years old;

 

2. Is a full-time employee of the firm as defined in this chapter or is a member of the responsible management of the firm as defined in this chapter;


3. Has passed a board-approved examination as required by § 54.1-1106 of the Code of Virginia or has been exempted from the exam requirement in accordance with §54.1-1108.1 of the Code of Virginia; and


4. Has followed all rules established by the board or by the testing service acting on behalf of the board with regard to conduct at the examination. Such rules shall include any written instructions communicated prior to the examination date and any oral or written instructions given at the site on the day of the exam.


C. For every classification or specialty in which the firm seeks to be licensed, the firm shall name a qualified individual who meets the following requirements:


1. Is at least 18 years old;

 

2. Has a minimum of five years of experience in the classification or specialty for which he is the qualifier;


3. Is a full-time employee of the firm as defined in this chapter or is a member of the firm as defined in this chapter or is a member of the responsible management of the firm;


4.

a. Has obtained the appropriate certification for the following specialties:

Blast/Explosive contracting (Department of Fire Programs explosive use certification)
Fire sprinkler (NICET Sprinkler III certification)
Radon mitigation (EPA or DEQ) accepted radon certification


b. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification Regulations, a master license for Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, Gas Fitting, Natural Gas Fitting Provider, and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Contracting.


c. Has obtained, pursuant to the Individual Licensing and Certification Regulations, certification as an Elevator Mechanic for Elevator Escalator Contracting and certification as a Water Well Systems Provider for Water Well/Pump Contracting.


d. Has completed a board-approved examination for all other classifications and specialties that do not require other certification or licensure. (OUR NOTE: UNLESS YOU ARE IN THE TRADES OR A SPECIALIZED FIELD, MOST LIKELY, THIS WILL BE THE OPTION FOR YOU ... PASSING SPECIALTY EXAM BASED UPON THE TYPE OF PROJECTS YOU WILL PERFORM.)


D. Each firm shall submit information on its financial position. Excluding any property owned as tenants by the entirety, the firm shall state a net worth or equity of $45,000.


E. The firm shall provide information for the five years prior to application on any outstanding, past-due debts and judgments; outstanding tax obligations; defaults on bonds; or pending or past bankruptcies. The firm, its designated employee, qualified individual or individuals, and all members of the responsible management of the firm shall submit information on any past-due debts and judgments or defaults on bonds directly related to the practice of contracting as defined in Chapter 11 (§ 54.1-1100 et seq.) of Title 54.1 of the Code of Virginia.


F. The firm, the designated employee, the qualified individual, and all members of the responsible management of the firm shall disclose at the time of application any current or previous substantial identities of interest with any contractor licenses issued in Virginia or in other jurisdictions and any disciplinary actions taken on these licenses. This includes but is not limited to, any monetary penalties, fines, suspensions, revocations, or surrender of a license in connection with a disciplinary action. The board, in its discretion, may deny licensure to any applicant when any of the parties listed above have had a substantial identity of interest (as deemed in § 54.1-1110 of the Code of Virginia) with any firm that has had a license suspended, revoked, voluntarily terminated, or surrendered in connection with a disciplinary action in Virginia or in any other jurisdiction.


G. In accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia, each applicant shall disclose the following information about the firm, all members of the responsible management, the designated employee and the qualified individual or individuals for the firm:


1. All misdemeanor convictions within three years of the date of application; and

2. All felony convictions during their lifetime.

 

Any plea of nolo contendere shall be considered a conviction for purposes of this subsection. The record of a conviction received from a court shall be accepted as prima facie evidence of a conviction or finding of guilt. The board, in its discretion, may deny licensure to any applicant in accordance with § 54.1-204 of the Code of Virginia.

H. The designated employee or a member of responsible management shall have successfully completed a board-approved basic business course. (OUR NOTE: THIS IS AN 8-HOUR PRE-LICENSE COURSE THAT IS REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES OF VIRGINIA CONTRACTORS' LICENSES, A, B, AND C..)

 

18 VAC 50-22-65. Temporary licenses.


A. A firm applying for a temporary license must meet all of the requirements of § 54.1-201.1 of the Code of Virginia, including the simultaneous submission of a completed application for licensure, and the provisions of this section.


B. A firm must hold a comparable license or certificate in another state and provide verification of current licensure or certification from the other state in a format acceptable to the board. The license or certificate, as applicable, must be in good standing and have comparable qualifications to the Virginia license applied for by the firm.


C. The following provisions apply to a temporary license issued by the board:


1. A temporary license shall not be renewed.

 

2. A firm shall not be issued more than one temporary license.

 

3. The issuance of the license shall void the temporary license.

 

4. If the board denies the approval of the application for a license, the temporary license shall be automatically suspended.

 

D. Any firm continuing to practice as a contractor after a temporary license has expired and who has not obtained a comparable license or certificate may be prosecuted and fined by the Commonwealth under § 54.1-111 A 1 of the Code of Virginia.

 

Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation Board of Contractors website: www.dpor.virginia.gov

Virginia Highway Heavy (H/H) Specialty Designation Information

The Virginia Highway Heavy (H/H) designation is a 'big' specialty.  It is an 'umbrella' designation that covers quite a few other specialties.

 

This is information provided directly by the Virginia Board for Contractors (VBC), Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) regulation guide, updated December 1, 2014:

 

Highway/heavy contractors" (Abbr: H/H) means those individuals whose contracts include construction, repair, improvement, or demolition of the following:

  • Bridges Rail roads
  • Dams Roads
  • Drainage systems Runways
  • Foundations Streets
  • Parking lots Structural signs & lights
  • Public transit systems Tanks


The functions carried out by these contractors include but are not limited to the following:

  • Building demolition
  • Nonwater well drilling
  • Clearing Paving
  • Concrete work Pile driving
  • Excavating Road marking
  • Grading Steel Erection


These contractors also install, maintain, or dismantle the following:

  1. Power systems for the generation and primary and secondary distribution of electric current ahead of the customer's meter;
  2. Pumping stations and treatment plants;
  3. Telephone, telegraph or signal systems for public utilities; and
  4. Water, gas, and sewer connections to residential, commercial, and industrial sites, subject to local ordinances. This classification may also install backflow prevention devices incidental to work in this classification when the installer has received formal vocational training approved by the board that included instruction in the installation of backflow prevention devices.


Virginia Highway Heavy (H/H) includes the following specialties and they are not required to be listed separately on your contractor license.

 

Below, you'll find a further breakdown of each of these specialties that your Virginia Highway Heavy (H/H) designation covers.


"Asphalt paving and sealcoating contracting" (Abbr: PAV) means that service that provides for the installation of asphalt paving or sealcoating, or both, on subdivision streets and adjacent intersections, driveways, parking lots, tennis courts, running tracks, and play areas, using materials and accessories common to the industry. This includes height adjustment of existing sewer manholes, storm drains, water valves, sewer cleanouts and drain grates, and all necessary excavation and grading. The H/H classification also provides for this function.

"Billboard/sign contracting" (Abbr: BSC) means the service that provides for the installation, repair, improvement, or dismantling of any billboard or structural sign permanently annexed to real property. H/H and BLD are the only other classifications that can perform this work except that a contractor in this specialty may connect or disconnect signs to existing electrical circuits. No trade related plumbing, electrical, or HVAC work is included in this function.

"Concrete contracting" (Abbr: CEM) means the service that provides for all work in connection with the processing, proportioning, batching, mixing, conveying and placing of concrete composed of materials common to the concrete industry. This includes but is not limited to finishing, coloring, curing, repairing, testing, sawing, grinding, grouting, placing of film barriers, sealing and waterproofing. Construction and assembling of forms, molds, slipforms, pans, centering, and the use of rebar is also included. The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function.

"Landscape irrigation contracting" (Abbr: ISC) means the service that provides for the in stallation, repair, improvement, or removal of irrigation sprinkler systems or outdoor sprinkler systems. The PLB and H/H classifications also provide for this function. This specialty may install backflow prevention devices incidental to work in this specialty when the installer has received formal vocational training approved by the board that included instruction in the installation of backflow prevention devices.

"Landscape service contracting" (Abbr: LSC) means the service that provides for the alteration or improvement of a land area not related to any other classification or service activity by means of excavation, clearing, grading, construction of retaining walls for landscaping purposes, or placement of landscaping timbers. This specialty may remove stumps and roots below grade . The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function.

"Marine facility contracting" (Abbr: MCC) means the service that provides for the construction, repair, improvement, or removal of any structure the purpose of which is to provide access to, impede, or alter a body of surface water. The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function. The MCC specialty does provide for the construction of accessory structures or electrical, HVAC or plumbing functions.

"Vessel construction contracting" (Abbr: VCC) means the service that provides for the construction, repair, improvement, or removal of nonresidential vessels, tanks, or piping that hold or convey fluids other than sanitary, storm, waste, or potable water supplies. The H/H classification also provides for this function.

Virginia Building Technical (BLD) Specialty Designation

The Virginia Building Technical (BLD) designation is a 'big' specialty.  It is an 'umbrella' designation that covers quite a few other specialties.

This is information provided directly by the Virginia Board for Contractors (VBC), Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) regulation guide, updated December 1, 2014:


"Building contractors" (Abbr: BLD) means those individuals whose contracts include construction on real property owned, controlled or leased by another person of commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental, residential (single-family, two-family or multifamily) and accessory use buildings or structures. This classification also provides for remodeling, repair, improvement or demolition of these buildings and structures.

If the BLD contractor performs specialty services, other than those listed below, all required specialty designations shall be obtained. The BLD contractor may act as a prime contractor and contract with subcontractors to perform work not permitted by the BLD license. The building classification includes but is not limited to the functions carried out by the following specialties:


Below, you'll find a further breakdown of each of these specialties that your Virginia Building Technical (BLD) designation covers.


Billboard/sign contracting" (Abbr: BSC) means the service that provides for the installation, repair, improvement, or dismantling of any billboard or structural sign permanently annexed to real property. H/H and BLD are the only other classifications that can perform this work except that a contractor in this specialty may connect or disconnect signs to existing electrical circuits. No trade related plumbing, electrical, or HVAC work is included in this function.

"Commercial improvement contracting" (Abbr: CIC) means the service that provides for repair or improvement to nonresidential property and multifamily property as defined in the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code. The BLD classification also provides for this function. The CIC classification does not provide for the construction of new buildings, accessory buildings, electrical, plumbing, HVAC or gas work.

"Concrete contracting" (Abbr: CEM) means the service that provides for all work in connection with the processing, proportioning, batching, mixing, conveying and placing of concrete composed of materials common to the concrete industry. This includes but is not limited to finishing, coloring, curing, repairing, testing, sawing, grinding, grouting, placing of film barriers, sealing and waterproofing. Construction and assembling of forms, molds, slipforms, pans, centering, and the use of rebar is also included. The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function.

"Farm improvement contracting" (Abbr: FIC) means the service that provides for the installation, repair or improvement of a nonresidential farm building or structure, or nonresidential farm accessory-use structure, or additions thereto. The BLD classification also provides for this function. The FIC specialty does not provide for any electrical, plumbing, HVAC, or gas fitting functions.

"Home improvement contracting" (Abbr: HIC) means the service that provides for repairs or improvements to one-family and two-family residential buildings or structures annexed to real property. The BLD classification also provides for this function. The HIC specialty does not provide for electrical, plumbing, HVAC, or gas fitting functions. It does not include high rise buildings, buildings with more than two dwelling units, or new construction functions beyond the existing building structure other than decks, patios, driveways and utility out buildings.

Industrialized building contracting (Abbr: IBC) means the service that provides for the installation or removal of an industrialized building as defined in the Virginia Industrialized Building Safety Regulations (13 VAC 5-91). This classification covers foundation work in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Statewide Building Code (13 VAC 5-63) and allows the licensee to complete internal tie-ins of plumbing, gas, electrical, and HVAC systems. It does not allow for installing additional plumbing, gas, electrical, or HVAC work such as installing the service meter, or installing the outside compressor for the HVAC system. The BLD classification also provides for this function.

"Landscape service contracting" (Abbr: LSC) means the service that provides for the alteration or improvement of a land area not related to any other classification or service activity by means of excavation, clearing, grading, construction of retaining walls for landscaping purposes, or placement of landscaping timbers. This specialty may remove stumps and roots below grade. The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function.

"Marine facility contracting" (Abbr: MCC) means the service that provides for the construction, repair, improvement, or removal of any structure the purpose of which is to provide access to, impede, or alter a body of surface water. The BLD and H/H classifications also provide for this function. The MCC specialty does not provide for the construction of accessory structures or electrical, HVAC or plumbing functions.

"Masonry contracting" (Abbr: BRK) means the service that includes the installation of brick, concrete block, stone, marble, slate or other units and products common to the masonry industry, including mortarless type masonry products. This includes installation of grout, caulking, tuck pointing, sand blasting, mortar washing, parging and cleaning and welding of reinforcement steel related to masonry construction. The BLD classification and HIC and CIC specialties also provide for this function.

"Painting and wallcovering contracting" (Abbr: PTC) means the service that provides for the application of materials common to the painting and decorating industry for protective or decorative purposes, the installation of surface coverings such as vinyls, wall papers, and cloth fabrics. This includes surface preparation, caulking, sanding and cleaning preparatory to painting or coverings and includes both interior and exterior surfaces. The BLD classification and the HIC and CIC specialties also provide for this function.

"Radon mitigation contracting" (Abbr: RMC) means the service that provides for additions, repairs or improvements to buildings or structures, for the purpose of mitigating or preventing the effects of radon gas. This function can only be performed by a firm holding the BLD classification or CIC (for other than one-family and two-family dwellings), FIC (for nonresidential farm buildings) or HIC (for one-family and two-family dwellings) specialty services. No electrical, plumbing, gas fitting, or HVAC functions are provided by this specialty.

"Recreational facility contracting" (Abbr: RFC) means the service that provides for the construction, repair, or improvement of any recreational facility, excluding paving and the construction of buildings, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC functions. The BLD classification also provides for this function.

"Roofing contracting" (Abbr: ROC) means the service that provides for the installation, repair, removal or improvement of materials common to the industry that form a watertight, weather resistant surface for roofs and decks. This includes roofing system components when installed in conjunction with a roofing project, application of dampproofing or waterproofing, and installation of roof insulation panels and other roof insulation systems above roof deck. The BLD classification and the HIC and CIC specialties also provide for this function.

"Swimming pool construction contracting" (Abbr: POL) means the service that provides for the construction, repair, improvement or removal of in-ground swimming pools. The BLD classification and the RFC specialty also provide for this function. No trade related plumbing, electrical, backflow or HVAC work is included in this specialty.

Specialty contractors engaging in construction which involves the following activities or items or similar activities or items may fall under the CIC, HIC and/or FIC specialty services, or they may fall under the BLD classification.

  • Appliances
  • Awnings
  • Blinds
  • Bulkheads
  • Cabinetry
  • Carpentry
  • Carpeting
  • Casework
  • Ceilings
  • Chimneys
  • Chutes
  • Temperature Controls
  • Conduit Rodding
  • Curtains
  • Curtain Walls
  • Decks
  • Doors
  • Drapes
  • Drywall
  • Epoxy
  • Exterior Decoration
  • Facings
  • Fences
  • Fiberglass
  • Fireplaces
  • Fireproofing
  • Fixtures
  • Floor Coverings
  • Flooring
  • Floors
  • Glass
  • Glazing
  • Grouting
  • Grubbing
  • Guttering
  • Insulation
  • Interior Decorating
  • Lubrication
  • Metal Work
  • Millwrighting
  • Mirrors
  • Miscellaneous Iron
  • Ornamental Iron
  • Partitions
  • Protective Coatings
  • Railings
  • Rigging
  • Rubber Linings
  • Sandblasting
  • Scaffolding
  • Screen
  • Sheet Metal
  • Shutters
  • Siding
  • Skylights
  • Storage Bins and Lockers
  • Stucco
  • Terrazzo
  • Tile
  • Vaults
  • Vinyl Flooring
  • Wall Panels
  • Wall Tile
  • Waterproofing
  • Weatherstripping
  • Welding
  • Windows
  • Wood Floors

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