Concrete is important. You could even say its… concrete. But unlike laying concrete, this can be done in three easy steps (Requirements. Study. Pass.). Here’s how you can get your C-8 Contractors License In California.
Step 1. Requirements for C-8 Contractors License In California
Getting your Contractors License is like joining a club. Full of wide prestigious contractors and masters of their craft…. Well most of them.
There are three requirements you must pass in order to get your California Contractors license.
- Must be over 18 years old.
- Have 4 years of working experience.
- Have a valid SSN or ITIN.
If you complete such requirements then great, you’re well on you’re way to getting your C-8 Contractors License In California. However, if not then you may need to review.
(degrees can be used to supplement experience)
California wants you to get your license. And so do we. We want to see you succeed to don’t hesitate to reach out with questions.
Step 2. Study.
No one wants to go back to school. But in order to get your contractors license you need to do just that.
There are two tests you must pass:
Exam 1. Law. This test was written by lawyers to cover contract law, liens, business, bonds, taxes, etc. (typically the harder test)
Exam 2. Trade. This covers your specific trade in your case, C-8 Contractors License In California.
But getting this done is much easier written out than in reality. That’s why we’re here for you. To be a guide on this difficult journey to becoming licensed.
We offer all the materials you need to be successful and pass your exams.
Step 3. Pass the test.
The easiest part of the whole process is taking the two exams.
We guarantee you’ll be so prepared that you’ll pass your tests first try.
Is it going to take some work? Yeah But so does everything worth striving for.
If getting your contractors license was so easy everyone would have it. You would already have it.
But it’s not easy and that’s why it’s valuable.
After a month of concentrated study, you’ll be ready to send your application off to the state. That is how they align your business (if you choose to make one) to your license and verify your experience.
On average it takes the CSLB 4-8 weeks for them to get back to you with a choice of testing location and date.
During this time you’ll keep studying and before you know it you’ll get your C-8 Contractors License In California.
All it takes is some action.
If you choose to start a business. Be thinking of the details as you get started.
Things like corporation, website, branding, etc.
- More about C-8 Concrete
- Requirements In Order To Get Your License
- FAQs About The Contractor License
- Contractor Fees