Contractors are needed… in all specialties! Have you though about becoming a structure specialty contractor? There’s plenty of work out there for you. This job is growing and allows you to be physically active and think critically. As a contractor licensing company, we would love to help you get your structure contractor’s license in Florida, Georgia, or another state.
What is a structure specialty contractor? By definition, a structure specialty contractor is “responsible for structurally-related work using aluminum and allied products, including the fabrication, assembly, handling, erection, installation, dismantlement, adjustment, alteration, repair, service and design work with Hurricane Shutters, Doors, Windows, Metal Porches, Awnings, Screen Porches, Site Work, Excavation, Foundation, Laying Concrete (Slabs/Decks), Block knee-walls, Reinforcement Bar and Framework.”
The requirements for a structure specialty contractor’s license include:
- Four years of experience under a licensed contractor, which can be reduced by up to three years with college credits.
- At least one year out of the four years of experience must have been as a foreman.
- Residential/commercial construction experience in fabrication and/or installation, using aluminum and allied products, of:
- Concrete Slabs
- CMU Kneewalls
- Excavating, Laying Out, Forming, & Placing Pier-type Post Footings
- Wall Sections
- Screen Walls
- Screen/Storm Doors
- Framed Solid Panel Walls
- Composite Metal Panel Walls
- Roof Sections
- Screen Roofs
- Vinyl Windows
- Glass Windows
- Post and Beam Structures
Does working with and creating structures sound fun to you? In the contractor license process, there are a lot of items that need to be pulled together, and things to keep track of. Many people get rejected when they apply on their own due to missing or incorrect information. If you hire us, we make the process smooth and simple for you and get you licensed fast.
We will walk you through each step of the process that we have down to a science. We know what the Contractor Licensing Board is looking for, and what needs to be done for this type of license.
We are a contractor licensing company based in Florida who has helped thousands of people get their contractor license. To start the process, click our contractor’s license page or our structure specialty contractor license page call us at 239-777-1028.