D-34 Prefabricated Equipment

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How To Get Your D-34 Contractor License

You Want Your Contractor License

Specifically the D-34 Prefabricated Equipment License.

Which is important.

Especially for schools.

 But how do you do that?

Let’s break it down.



How To Get Your D-34 Contractors License

Fun Fact.

The D-34 Contractor License is one of my favorite.


Because I have great memories playing on playgrounds at school when I was a kid.

And that’s exactly what you do and so much more.


When it comes to getting your D-34 Contractor License there are a few things you need to know.

1. Must have 4 years of experience doing D-34 work

2. Must be over 18

3. Must have a valid SSN or ITIN

These are all the necessary requirements in order to be eligible to get your license.

I know what your thinking, “too good to be true.”

Well, that’s it.

As long as you have your experience you’re nearly there. All it takes is passing one measily test.

For more clarification you can check out the CSLB’s website on experience requirements for the exam. 


Wait? Did I say a measily test?

Well I lied.

The test is difficult. In fact it was written by lawyers for that very reason.

Yes, it is true you can go and take the test right now. But chances are you will fail and waste time and money.

However I present to you a solution.


Contractor License Schools exist to ensure you pass this exam. Why?

Because Our passion is your success.

Here’s how we do it.

1. Homestudy – Where you teach yourself using different books, videos and online materials. 
2. Online – Tune into our live classes and participate online. 
3. In Class – Join one of our schools for in person lessons and attention. 

Each of these courses will prepare you for taking the exam.

In fact they will prepare for being a successful contractor in general.

If you have any questions give us a call.


How do you verify your experience?

This is the most common question for those just dipping their toes into getting their contractor license.

As long as you have your experience you are all good to go. Nothing to worry about.

The CSLB works hard to make this process as smooth as possible

So here’s how it works in a few steps:

1. Receive application (upon enrollment)

2. Fill out application (using basic business and personal information)

3. Complete experience section (the final segment of the application verifies your experience with a description and signature)

4. Pass your test

5. CELEBRATE! Live free and make massive money as a contractor.

Essentiall you need a signature from another D-34 contractor or one of the many options (foreman, employer, etc.)

You do have the right to write the description of the work however must find someone to sign the copy.


How to verify your work experience in order to get your California Contractor License


How long does it take?

You’re likely trying to get the license ASAP. Maybe your beinng threatened by legal actions and trying to get it quickly.

But that doesn’t mean it won’t take time.

The CSLB takes 4-8 weeks alone to process your application before scheduling the test date. Which you do as of late.

So yes you could get it done in a couple months.

3 is the average and is a good is a good timeline.

You want to be able to learn and be prepared for not just the test but also your business once you have your license.

What’s the best business entity?

I am going to share with you a business insider secret. 

So be careful this may just blow your mind and save you tons of money. Or get you out of a bind one day. 

S Corps are the best for contractors. Especially for those starting a small business. 

Which is what a S Corp is specifically designed for. 

The Contract Bond

A contract bond is necessary. This is true. 

But only after you pass your contractor exam. 

What I’m saying is you have time. 

How do I study??

I appreciate your enthusiasm. 

The best way I have seen students study them pass their test is… consistency. 

Specifically consistency with practice tests. 

These will help you retain the most information while also simulating the real thing. 

So do that. Yeah. 


A few words of encouragement. 

You got this!

Yes that is a lot of information, but the important thing is to get started. 

You can’t succeed until you take the first step. 

A Detailed Description Of The D-34 Contractor License


D-34 – Prefabricated Equipment Contractor

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

A prefabricated products/equipment contractor performs installations of prefabricated products/equipment, including but not limited to the following:

  • (a) Theater stage equipment, school classroom equipment, playground equipment, bleacher bench/seat component parts (no installation or renovation of any supporting or structural member); store fixtures, and display cases (either prefabricated or modular form); all forms and types of toilet/shower room partitions/accessories; and prefabricated closet systems.
  • (b) Laboratory and medical equipment, dust collecting systems; factory built fireplaces and accessories (no masonry facing); major appliance installations and ventilating hoods in connection with existing fuel and energy lines which are installed by others.
  • (c) Bus stop shelters, prefabricated phone booths; prefabricated sound proof environmental clean rooms; panelized refrigerated walk-in boxes (not to include the work of refrigeration contractor); all types of modular office, institutional or home improvement systems including, but not limited to all types of pre-finished and/or UL listed pre-wired wall panels.


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