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ContractorWith over 20 years of experience preparing candidates for the contractor exams for the trade and Business, Law and Management, Contractor School Online (CSO) is your primary resource to help you pass your State Contractor License Exam! We offer online practice tests, study materials, books, CD-ROMs, crash courses and more depending on the state.

To become a certified contractor you must pass a Business and Law exam in many states and, depending on the classification you need, you may need to pass a trade exam as well. If you are unsure what your classification requires, please use our Information Request Form.

Contractor School Online (CSO) will assist you with their professional consultants and provide study materials, also practice tests for the Business, Law, and Management and your trade if available. If purchases are made elsewhere make sure the correct author, title and year are appropriate for the trade.

CSO Business and Law Practice Test coincides with the required State Contractor's Manual.

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HOME IMPROVEMENT/SALESPERSON/ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR LICENSE INFORMATION

Home Improvement Contractor

According to state law, a home improvement contractor must be registered with Connecticut  State if he or she is performing remodeling or alterations to a single family residence or property of not more than 6 units and the price of the repair/service exceeds $200.

 

Contractors must have their registration number, name and address on all contracts and advertisements. Home improvement contracts must be in writing and contain a starting and ending date, a 3 day-cancellation notice and must be entered into by a registered contractor or salesman.

 

Anyone who performs improvements on residential property (single- or multiple-family dwellings of six units or less, condos or co-ops), when the individual job exceeds $200 and when the cash price of all work performed in one year exceeds $1,000 is considered a home improvement contractor and must register in order to legally operate in the state.

HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

 

State of Connecticut

Registration Fees :( $120.00 Registration Fee/$100.00 Guaranty Fund Fee)

All Registrations Expire November 30 and Must Be Renewed Annually

Total Due: $220.00

HOME IMPROVEMENT SALESPERSONN

In accordance with the Connecticut General Statutes, Chapter 400 “Salesperson” means any individual who (A) negotiates or offers to negotiate a home improvement contract with an owner or (B) solicits or otherwise endeavors to procure by any means whatever, directly or indirectly, a home improvement contract from an owner on behalf of a contractor.

State Registration Fees ::( $120.00 Registration Fee/$40.00 Guaranty Fund Fee)

All Registrations Expire November 30 and Must Be Renewed Annually

Total Due: $160.00

 

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT

 

CONNECTICUT’S HOME IMPROVEMENT LAW

 

Q: Who is required to register with the Department of Consumer Protection under the Connecticut Home Improvement Act?

A: Home improvement contractors and salespersons contracting to work on residential property; anyone signing a contract with a homeowner must register.

 

Q: What is a "Home Improvement Contractor"?

A: Anyone who performs or offers to perform any home improvement, unless the home improvements total $1,000 or less in a 12 month period or any single contract is worth less than $200.00.

 

Q: What is the definition of "Home Improvement"?

A: Home improvement is any permanent change to residential property, including but not limited to driveways, swimming pools, porches, garages, roofs, siding, insulation, solar energy systems, flooring, patios, landscaping, painting, radon mitigation, residential underground oil tank removals, fences, doors, windows and waterproofing, unless the work contracted for is worth less than $200.00.

 

Q: What work is not home improvement?

A: The following work is exempt:

(1) New home construction; (a separate registration is required for new home construction)

(2) Work on commercial or business property,

(3) Work related to easily removable appliances, and

(4) Work performed without pay by the owner on his own private residential property.

 

Q: What are four basic requirements of registered contractors?

A: The following:

(1) Certificates of registration which are not transferable to other persons,

(2) Contractors must show their registration certificate to customers or potential customers, who request it,

(3) Registration numbers must be included in any advertising, including contracts, business cards, vehicles etc., and

(4) The contractor shall provide and deliver to the owner a free, completed copy of the contract at execution.

 

Q: What provisions must be part of a home improvement contract?

A: All of the following provisions are required for a valid legal contract:

(1) In writing,

(2) Signed by the owner and the contractor,

(3) Contains the entire agreement between the owner and the contractor,

(4) Contains the date of the transaction,

(5) Contains the name and address of the contractor,

(6) Contains a notice of the owner's three day right of cancellation,

(7) Contains a starting date and completion date, and

(8) The contractor signing the contract is properly registered.

 

Notes:

(1) These question and answers are provided as a brief overview of the CT Home Improvement Act and Home Solicitation Sales Act in plain language. The specific legal provisions of the law can be found in Chapters 400 and 740 of the CT General Statutes. Journeyperson, Driller or Technician applicants must attach the original copy of the Letter of Apprenticeship Completion Certificate.

Contractor or Dealer-Technician applicants must have held the respective journeyperson, driller or technician license for a minimum of two (2) years prior to applying

Journeyperson/Technician/Drillerss are required to pass only a trade portion

You may take examinations on an unlimited basis for up to one year from the date of eligibility.

Contractor/Home Inspector/Dealer-Techs are

You may take examinations on ann

Any portion score is valid for a period of 2 years from the date it was passed. For example, a contractor that passes the business examination portion has 2 years to pass the trade examination portion, before being required to retake that business portion again.

Any existing Contractor/Home Inspector/Dealer- Tech seeking an additional license, and has NOT passed their business examination portion in the past 2 years, must RETAKE the business examination portion (plus the new trade examination portion) in order to get the new license.

If a Contractor/Home Inspector/Dealer-Tech seeks an additional license, and has a passed the business examination portion within the past 2 years, only needs to take the trade examination portion.

SPECIAL EXAMINATION ARRANGEMENTS

All examination centers are equipped to provide access in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and every reasonable accommodation will be made in meeting a candidate’s needs.

SCORE REPORTING

In order to receive a passing score on each examination, you must correctly answer 70% of the questions available. In order to help you understand how this cut-score relates to your examination, we have listed the total number of questions found on each exam, and have listed the number of questions that equates to the 70% passing score. For example, on an 80 question test, candidates are required to get 70% of the questions correct which translates into 56 questions for that test. Your score will be given to you immediately following completion of the examination. The following summary describes the score reporting process:

On screenn – your score will appear immediately on the computer screen. This will happen automatically at the end of the time allowed for the examination. If you pass, you will immediately receive a successful notification. If you do not pass

On paperr – an official score report will be printed at the examination site.

TIPS FOR PREPARING FOR YOUR LICENSE EXAMINATION

The following suggestions will help you prepare for your examination.

Read study materials that cover all the topics in the content outline.

Take notes on what you study. Putting information in writing helps you commit it to memory and it is also an excellent business practice. Underline or highlight key ideas that will help with a later review.

Discuss new terms or concepts as frequently as you can with colleagues. This will test your understanding and reinforce ideas.

Your studies will be most effective if you study frequently, for periods of about 45 to 60 minutes. Concentration tends to wander when you study for longer periods of time.

EXAMINATION REFERENCE MATERIAL AND CONTENT OUTLINE

BUSINESS AND LAW EXAMINATION Required for

The Business and Law examination may include questions that appear not to directly relate to your licensing category. However, this examination and those questions are testing your general ability to research information.

SCOPE OF WORK

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

50 70% 2 Hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Licensing 5

Estimating and Bidding 7

Lien Law 1

Financial Management 5

Tax Laws 5

Labor Laws 5

Project Management 5

Contracts 6

Business Organization 2

Risk Management 4

Environmental and Safety 5

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. The examination may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. This examination is

The following reference material is allowed

Business, Law and Management

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

NOTE:: ALL CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS MUST PASS A BUSINESS AND LAW EXAMINATION AND A TRADE EXAMINATION.

The reference materials listed in the content outlines may be purched at

C-5 LIMITED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems, and telephone-interconnect. The voltage of any system is not to exceed forty-eight (48) volts or eight (8) amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

% Required to Pass

Time Allowed

60 70 120 minutes

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Data and Telecommunication 12

Video Systems (CCTV, CATV) 7

Sound and A/V Systems 7

Alarm Systems 6

Codes and Standards 18

Infrastructure 5

General Knowledge, Theory and Definitions 5

REFERENCE LIST

For Code questions, the examinations will be based only on the edition of the Code book that is listed. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

Telecommunications Distribution

National Electrical Code  

Electrical Code

Reinforcement Systems and Technology

National Fire Alarm Code

Electrical References

Data Com Guide

CCTV: Networking and Digital Technology

Data, Voice and Video Cabling

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center..

C-6 LIMITED ELECTRICAL JOURNEYPERSON

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work as defined for C-5 category and only while in the employ of a licensed electrical contractor. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

% Required to Pass

Time Allowed

50 70 120 minutes

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Data and Telecommunication 8

Video Systems (CCTV, CATV) 6

Sound and A/V Systems 5

Alarm Systems 5

Codes and Standards 16

Infrastructure 5

General Knowledge, Theory and Definitions 5

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

Telecommunications Distribution

National Electrical Code

Reinforcement Systems and Technology

Fire Alarm Code

Electrical References

Data Com Guide

CCTV: Networking and Digital Technology

Data, Voice and Video Cabling

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center..

E-1 UNLIMITED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license shall be permitted to do all electrical work as defined in section 20-330 of the general statutes. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be two (2) years as a unlimited licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

% Required to Pass

Time Allowed

100 70% 4 hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

General Electrical Knowledge 6

Service, Feeders, and Branch Circuits 10

Grounding and Bonding 7

Conductors and Cables 10

Raceways and Boxes 8

Special Occupancies and Equipment 9

Electrical Power 6

Motors 6

Low Voltage 2

Lighting 3

Illuminated Signs 2

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems 5

Safety Information 6

Overcurrent Protection 6

High Voltage 4

Photovoltaics 10

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination.

This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

National Electrical Code

Code of Federal Regulations

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

Fire Alarm Codee

Practical Photovoltaics, Electricity from Solar Cells

The Easy Guide to Solar Electric

Photovoltaic Systems

Convert Your Home to Solar Energy

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

E-2 UNLIMITED ELECTRICAL JOURNEYPERSON

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license shall be permitted to do all electrical work as defined in section 20-330 of the Connecticut General Statutes, and only while in the employment of a properly licensed contractor. The requirement to qualify for this license exam shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

 % Required to Pass

Time Allowed

80 70% 3.5 hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

General Electrical Knowledge 7

Service, Feeders, and Branch Circuits 7

Grounding and Bonding 6

Conductors and Cables 7

Raceways and Boxes 8

Special Occupancies and Equipment 5

Electrical Power 4

Motors 5

Low Voltage 2

Lighting 3

Illuminated Signs 2

Fire Detection and Alarm Systems 5

Safety Information 5

Overcurrent Protection 6

High Voltage 2

Photovoltaics 6

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

National Electrical Code

Code of Federal Regulations

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

Fire Alarm Code

Practical Photovoltaics, Electricity from Solar Cells

The Easy Guide to Solar Electric

Photovoltaic Systems

Convert Your Home to Solar Energy

L-1 ELECTRICAL LINES CONTRACTOR

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to line construction, including distribution systems, and their allied work, for public and private companies; installation, maintenance and repair of all high-voltage cable splicing and pulling wire for all systems in excess of 2,400 volts; traffic signal and highway lighting installation, maintenance and repair. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

50 70% 1 ½ Hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Transformers 6

Electrical Knowledge 5

Conductors 5

Overhead Lines 7

Underground Lines 4

Equipment and Safety 8

Grounding Methods 3

Service Drops and Laterals 4

Poles and Structures 4

Electric Supply Stations 4

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

Electrical Safety Code

National Electrical Code

Code of Federal Regulations

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

National Electrical Safety Code

Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

L-2 ELECTRICAL LINES JOURNEYPERSON

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to line construction, including distribution systems, and their allied work, for public and private companies; installation, maintenance and repair of all high-voltage cable splicing and pulling wire for all systems in excess of 2,400 volts; traffic signal and highway lighting installation, maintenance and repair, and only while in the employ of a contractor licensed for such work. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

40 70% 1 ½ Hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Transformers 5

Electrical Knowledge 5

Conductors 5

Overhead Lines 3

Underground Lines 2

Equipment and Safety 8

Grounding Methods 3

Service Drops and Laterals 3

Poles and Structures 3

Electric Supply Stations 3

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. This examination is OPEN BOOK

The following reference materials are allowed

National Electrical Code

Electrical Safety Code

Code of Federal Regulations

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

National Electrical Safety Codee

Lineman's and Cableman's Handbookk

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

L-5 LIMITED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems. The installation or repair of any telecommunication work is not authorized with the exception of the interface wiring from an alarm system to an existing telephone connection for monitoring purposes. The voltage of the system is not to exceed 25 volts or five amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

40 70% 1 Hour

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

General Electrical, Electronic and Acoustic

Knowledge 13

Wiring 9

Troubleshooting 3

Systems, Controls, and Equipment 15

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

National Electrical Code

Fire Alarm Code

Reinforcement Systems and Technology

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

Data, Voice and Video Cabling

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

L-6 LIMITED ELECTRICAL JOURNEYPERSON

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to low voltage, alarm or signal work, audio and sound systems, and only while in the employ of a contractor licensed for such work. The installation or repair of any telecommunication work is not authorized with the exception of the interface wiring from an alarm system to an existing telephone connection for monitoring purposes. The voltage of the system is not to exceed 25 volts or five amperes where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

30 70% 1 Hour

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

General Electrical, Electronic and Acoustic

Knowledge 8

Wiring 9

Troubleshooting 3

Systems, Controls, and Equipment 10

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. The examination may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. This examination is

The following reference materials are allowed

National Electrical Code

Fire Alarm Code

Reinforcement Systems and Technology

Electrical References

Electrical Guide

Data, Voice and Video Cabling

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

T-1 LIMITED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work limited to telephone-interconnect systems where such work commences at an outlet receptacle or connection previously installed by a person holding the proper electrical license. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be licensed journeyperson or at least six (6) years of equivalent experience and training.

Number of Questions

Minimum Passing Score

Time Allowed

50 70% 2 Hours

CONTENT OUTLINE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Communications 26

Services, Feeders, Branch Circuits and

Overcurrent Protection 2

Conductors 3

General Knowledge and Calculations 15

Grounding and Bonding 4

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. The examination may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. This examination is OPEN BOOK

The following reference materials are allowed

Electrical Code

Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network

Telecommunications Wiring

Electrical References

Data Com Guide

Telecommunications Cabling Installation

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

T-2 LIMITED ELECTRICAL JOURNEYPERSON

SCOPE OF WORK

The holder of this license may perform only work as defined for the T-1 category and only while in the employ of a licensed electrical contractor. The requirements to qualify for this license examination shall be the completion of a registered apprenticeship program or at least four (4) years of equivalent experience and training or five (5) years as a registered public service technician.

Number of Questions

Minimum

Passing Score Time Allowed

40 70% 1 ½ Hours

CONTENT OUTLINEE

Subject Area

Number of Items

Communications 20

Services, Feeders, Branch Circuits and

Overcurrent Protection 2

Conductors 3

General Knowledge and Calculations 11

Grounding and Bonding 4

REFERENCE LIST

The reference material listed below was used to prepare the questions for this examination. The examination may also contain questions based on trade knowledge or general industry practices. This examination is OPEN BOOK

The following reference material is allowed

Electrical Code

Connection of Terminal Equipment to the Telephone Network

Telecommunications Wiring

Electrical References

Data Com Guide

Telecommunications Cabling Installation

Candidates are responsible for bringing their own references to the examination center.

Each certificate will be for one examination only. If you pass more than one examination, you will need to order a separate certification for each. Note:

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT (You must have passed the exam before ordering the certificate) Certificate of Achievement suitable for framing.

Business and Project Management - Connecticut

Electrical Code

Federal Regulations

Fire Alarm Code

Data, Voice, and Video Cabling

Telecommunications Cabling

Electrical References

Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook

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Below is a list of available license classifications in Connecticut that we can help you to obtain.

Home Improvement Salesman (owners, partners or officers of a registered contractor business are exempt from salesperson registration requirements))

Electrical Specialties

  • E-1 Electrical Contractor
  • T-1 Telephone
  • L-1 Line Contractor
  • L-3 High Voltage
  • T-5 Low Voltage
  • C-5 Combined Low Voltage (Alarm, Audio, Telephone)

Well Drilling:

  • W-1 Water Well Contractor
  • W-1 Water Well Driller
  • W-1 Non Water Supply Contractor
  • W-3 Non Water Supply Driller

S-1 Heating, Piping, COoling, and Sheet Metal Work Contractor:

  • S-3 Heating Systems
  • S-5 Hot Water and Steam Systems
  • S-7 Hot Water and Steam Systems Including Oil Burners
  • D-1 Warm Air, AC, and Refrigeration Systems
  • D-3 Refrigeration Systems
  • G-1 Gas Piping Systems
  • G-9 Pipe Welding
  • SM-1 All Sheet Metal
  • SM-3 Domestic (Lt. Commercial)
  • SM-5 Hood Systems
  • B-1 Limited Burner
  • B-3 All Burners

P-1 Plumbing and Piping Work Contractor:

  • P-7 Sewer, Storm, and Water Lines
  • P-9 Gas Line Tanks, Piping, and Pumping Equipment
  • J-1 Water Pumps and Water Conditioning Equipment
  • J-3 Lawn Sprinklers
  • W-9 Drain Laying
  • Solar

F-1 Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems Contractor:

  • F-3 Liquid or Gas Fire Suppression Systems

Elevator:

  • R1 Unlimited Elevator Contractor
  • R2 Limited to Accessibility Systems

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