C-15 Flooring and Floor Covering

Contractors License

  Get Your C-15 Fencing License

  Livestream or In-Person Classes

  Or Purchase The Material And Study On Your Own

  Only Takes A Few Weeks

  Pass-Test Guarantee
. .

 

flooring contractor

Flooring

Everyone needs flooring.

If you do flooring.

That means.

Everyone needs you.

To get your license — so that you can take your owns jobs, work as the prime contractor or as a subcontractor and finally make way more money than you’re currently making.

It’s really not complicated.

Give us a call.

 

866-570-3648

How To Get Your C-15 Contractors License

Remember when I said it’s not complicated to get your contractors license.

I was telling the truth.

You might not believe me, but I’ll try to break it down to you right here.

You Only Need A Few Things —

1. You need four years of experience doing flooring.

2. You must be at least 18 years old.

3. You must have a valid social security or ITIN number.

That’s it.

Okay, but what else?

Okay, don’t throw eggs at me.

It gets tougher from here on out — but it’s still straighforward.

In order to get your license, you must pass two tests with the state of California (which may or may not fall into the ocean one day, but for right now we’re chillin’:)

(I’m not moving out of Cali, for the record. The weather is too perfect down here in SoCal).

Back to the point.

Two tests.

A test on the trade — which for you is Flooring.

And a test for the law — which is the same for all contractors.

In order to pass those tests, you need to study, because they can be difficult.

That’s where we come in.

We’re a Contractor Licensing School

Our Passion Is Your Success

It’s true: we truly want to help you get your license and, furthermore, establish your business. We love business and we love construction and we love seeing people succeed.

Starting your own business isn’t easy, but nothing good ever comes easy.

Without risk there is no reward.

Fortune always favors the bold.

Our school offers in-person classes down here in SoCal. We have several locations. We’d love to meet up with you.

If you don’t live in the area, you can still enroll in our livestream classes.

You can also purchase our study material and study on your own.

How Long Does It Take?

After you enroll in our classes, when you feel like you’re ready, you’re going to need to submit an application (we’ll help you fill it out so you do it correctly the first time) to the state (to the Contractors State License board, specifically).

How Do I Prove My Experience?

Easy. You must have an individual sign your application (this individual will be known as your qualifier) to verify that you have the four years.

Pretty simple, right?

But who?

Also simple. That person can be your current or former employer. Or it can be one of your fellow employees who you’ve worked with. Or it can simply be one of your clients (if you’re doing work self-employed — which you shouldn’t be doing, by the way).

Even though you’re not allowed to do work self-employed without a license, it’s okay to admit it on your application. The state just wants you to get licensed. If you get caught on a job site doing work without a license, however, you’ll get in big trouble. And will receive fines or even jailtime. It happens all the time.

Point is, get your license. Now.

We call ourselves: Contractor License Now.

Is that all?

Yeah. That’s the main stuff.

There’s some small stuff, but you don’t need to worry about that stuff now. We’ll walk you through the details in our classes. And if you want more information, just give us a call:

866-570-3648

 

and now. for a little description. of what a flooring contractor does.

from the state of California: CSLB.

California Code of Regulations
Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Classifications

A flooring and floor covering contractor prepares any surface for the installation of flooring and floor coverings, and installs carpet, resilient sheet goods, resilient tile, wood floors and flooring (including the finishing and repairing thereof), and any other materials established as flooring and floor covering material, except ceramic tile.

Authority cited: Sections 7008 and 7059, Reference: Sections 7058 and 7059 (Business and Professions Code)