C39 Roofing Exam

A TLC, C39 Roofing California Contractors License School.

Prepare for your California Roofing Contractor license within the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Our Roofing Contractor online multimedia course is your best & most affordable method to pass your Roofing Exam!

Receive everything required to pass. Our Roofing study guide consists of trade specific textbooks, video DVDs, audio CD’s, plus one-year unlimited access to our Online Study Center.

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Course Outline

C39 ROOFING MANUAL

The C39 Roofing exam manual covers all the material needed to pass the C39 Roofing contractor exam. Topics include types of roof, tools & equipment, asphalt & wood shingling, rigid roofing, metal roofing, low slope roofing, and insulation terminology. The manual also contains general information as well as summaries of the Uniform Building Code and a Glossary of Roofing Terms. The last section of the Roofing Manual covers the Health and Safety Orders.

Don’t waste time commuting to a classroom when you can study conveniently in your home or office. Our program is a reliable, affordable, way to pass the roofing exam.

AUDIO/VIDEO LECTURES – CD’s & DVD’s

Expert instructors with decades of related trade experience cover key C39 Roofing contractor exam concepts in greater detail. Our audio and video lectures cover math formulas, plans, specifications and explanations, general knowledge, and Health and Safety Orders.

ONLINE PRACTICE QUESTIONS

To target your study, review Roofing contractor test questions with online flashcards. When you already know an answer, mark it as done, and you won’t see it again. Don’t know the answer? Then mark it for further study. In this way, you gain real-time feedback, so you can concentrate on the subjects that you need to improve.

SIMULATED ONLINE EXAMS

Take a C39 Roofing license test to check your general knowledge. Verify your progress as you master the study material. Our course includes five online practice exams, so you can be confident that you are ready to pass the elevator exam!

ONE YEAR ONLINE ACCESS

Other schools may offer 90-day access to online tools in the hopes of charging you extra $ for more time. Instead, we provide complete access to all online course materials for an entire year.

Course Breakdown

Each student enrolled in the Roofing course should be issued:

C39 Roofing Manual

Math Review
Covers math and estimating formulas, units of measurement, basic geometry and the architect’s scale.

General Knowledge
Each manual has a General Knowledge section that covers trade information students must know to pass the state exam.

Health and Safety
Our extensive Health and Safety section familiarizes students with Cal/OSHA and other regulations and practices covered by the state exam.

Review Questions
This section of the manual includes the “most difficult” questions with explanations. DVD or Audio CD lectures walk students through the plans, questions, and explanations.

Audio/Video Lectures:

Complete set of audio CDs and video DVDs summarizing key points from each section of the printed manual.

Roofing Trade Exam Online Practice Tools

Flashcards: Online flashcard program tracks your history, allowing you to exclude question you have already learned.

Practice Exams: Timed, to simulate actual exam conditions. Questions are updated weekly to reflect changing trends in exam focus based on current user feedback.

Assistance Filling out Applications

Call 866-685-8564 for assistance with properly filling out your contractor exam application or for a full review of your completed application prior to submission.

Exam Content

The C-39 exam has five major sections,

Section 1. Planning and Estimation (21% of Exam)

  • Planning roof projects
  • Estimating roof projects

Section 2. Job Site Preparation for Roof Projects (10% of Exam)

  • Protecting surroundings
  • Correcting problems
  • Tearing off existing roofing

Section 3. Low-Slope Roof Projects (20% of Exam)

  • Installing flashings, ventilation, and underlayment
  • Installing various low-slope roof systems
  • Repairing low-slope roof systems

Section 4. Safety (28% of Exam)

  • Installing flashings, ventilation, and underlayment
  • Installing various steep-slope roof systems
  • Repairing steep-slope roof systems

Section 5. Safety (21% of Exam)

  • Personnel safety
  • Job site safety

Percentages are approximate

C39 Roofing Contractor installs products and repairs surfaces that seal, waterproof and weatherproof structures. This work is performed to prevent water or its derivatives, compounds or solids from penetrating such protection and gaining access to material or space beyond. In the course of this work, the contractor examines and/or prepares surfaces and uses the following material: asphaltum, pitch, tar, felt, glass fabric, urethane foam, metal roofing systems, flax, shakes, shingles, roof tile, slate, or any other roofing, waterproofing or membrane material(s) or a combination thereof.

Source Material

The following publications were utilized in the creation of the C39 Roofing exam. Publisher information for reference books and code is provided below. Other sources for reference books may be found online California codebooks can be viewed online: www.bsc.ca.gov

2016 Building Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings. (Title 24 “cool roofs”) California Energy Commission.
PHONE: (916) 654-5200
INTERNET: www.energy.ca.gov/title24

2016 California Building Code. California Code of Regulations, Title 24. International Code Council.
PHONE: (800) 786-4452
INTERNET: www.iccsafe.org

Concrete and Clay Tile Installation Manual for Moderate Climate Regions. Tile Roofing Institute.
PHONE: (425) 778-6162
INTERNET: www.tileroofing.org

NRCA/ARMA Manual of Roof Maintenance and Repair and NRCA/ARMA Repair Manual for Low-Slope Membrane Roof Systems. Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association.
PHONE: (202) 207-0917
INTERNET: www.asphaltroofing.org

NRCA Roofing Manual: Architectural Metal Flashing, Condensation Control and Reroofing (2014). NRCA Roofing Manual: Membrane Roof Systems (2015). NRCA Roofing Manual: Metal Panel and SPF Roof Systems (2016). NRCA Roofing Manual: Steep-Slope Roof Systems (2017). National Roofing Contractors Association.
PHONE: (847) 299-9070
INTERNET: www.nrca.net

State of California General Industry & Electrical Safety Orders. (Cal/OSHA) and State of California Construction & Electrical Safety Orders. (Cal/OSHA). 2015. California Code of Regulations, Title 8. Mancomm.
PHONE: (877) 626-2666
INTERNET: www.mancomm.com

WSRCA Roofing Details Manual. Western States Roofing Contractors Association.
PHONE: (800) 725-0333
INTERNET: www.wsrca.com

Publisher information is current as of 01//17

Practice Quiz

These 10 sample test questions are similar to the questions you will encounter while taking your California C39 Roofing Trade Exam. If you easily answer more than 7 questions correctly you are in pretty good shape.

However, if you get 3 or more practice questions wrong you are in danger of failing the TRADE portion of your California Contractors Exam.

How should rigid insulation and shingles be installed on a pitched roof?

Correct! Wrong!

28% of your exam consists of Steep-Slope Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which of the following needs to be removed when installing spray foam roofing (SPF) over a built-up roof with aggregate?

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10% of your exam consists of Job Site Preparation for Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

If a flat rectangular roof measures 16’ x 31’, how many squares of roof covering are required?

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21% of your exam consists of Planning & Estimation questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which organization sets safety standards for exposure of asbestos for roofing employees?

Correct! Wrong!

21% of your exam consists of Safety questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Where should piping or electrical conduit be installed?

Correct! Wrong!

10% of your exam consists of Job Site Preparation for Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which of the following is most commonly used for underlayment in asphalt roofs?

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21% of your exam consists of Planning & Estimation questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which of the following is LEAST likely to require the tear-off and replacement of an existing steep roof?

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28% of your exam consists of Steep-Slope Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which of these is NOT among the characteristics of cellular glass roof insulation?

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10% of your exam consists of Job Site Preparation for Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

Which of the following is best to use when estimating the coverage of two plies of felt roofing underlayment on a steep-slope roof?

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28% of your exam consists of Steep-Slope Roof Projects questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

At what height are workers required to wear fall protection according to the Federal OSHA Construction standard?

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21% of your exam consists of Safety questions. Call us at (866) 685 8564 for a free consultation.

C-39: Practice Quiz: Are you ready? A 10 question exam to see where you stand.
FAIL - You did not pass the simulated Trade exam.
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Law & Business Course

If this is your first contractor’s license, there are two parts to the examination process that you MUST prepare for.  You must pass the C11 Elevator exam for the trade portion of your exam, as well as pass the CSLB Law & Business exam which covers California Contracting Law.

 

Law and Business Exam

A TLC, California CSLB Law and Business Exam School.

Prepare for your California Contractors Law exam within the comfort and convenience of your home or office. Our online multimedia course is your best & most affordable method to pass your Law & Business Exam! Receive everything required to pass.

IMPORTANT: When applying for your original contractor’s license YOU MUST PASS TWO SEPARATE EXAMS.

  • The 1st test is  The LAW & BUSINESS EXAM, 
  • The 2nd test is The TRADE EXAM (covering the specific TRADE you wish to practice). 

If you are already a licensed contractor adding an additional TRADE or CERTIFICATION to your license, you DO NOT need to retake the LAW exam.

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Course Outline

California LAW & BUSINESS MANUAL

Our Illustrated California Law & Business exam manual covers all the material needed to pass the Law & Business portion of your contractor license exam. The manual is broken down into four separate chapters, each with a glossary of terms and written in layperson’s language. The manual also includes sample forms, summaries, and checklists – everything you need to ace your law exam. There are no complicated legal codes to decipher!

Study conveniently in your home or office, without wasting time commuting to a classroom. Our program is ideal for busy professionals who need an affordable, reliable way to pass the law exam.

AUDIO & VIDEO LECTURES – CDs & DVDs

Expert instructors and attorneys with decades of related trade experience cover key Law and Business, contractor exam concepts in greater detail. Our audio and video lectures cover License Law, Mechanics Liens, The Labor Code and Business Management.

Audio and video lectures complement the Law & Business Manual. Expert legal instructors with decades of experience cover key exam concepts that you must know.

ONLINE PRACTICE QUESTIONS

To target your study, review Law & Business test questions with online flashcards. When you already know an answer, mark it as done, and you won’t see it again. Don’t know the answer? Then mark it for further study. In this way, you gain real-time feedback, so you can concentrate on the subjects that you need to improve.

SIMULATED ONLINE EXAMS

Take a Law & Business test to check your general knowledge. Verify your progress as you master the study material. Our course includes five online practice exams, so you can be confident that you are ready to pass.

ONE YEAR ONLINE ACCESS

Other schools may offer 90-day access to online tools in the hopes of charging you extra $ for more time. Instead, we provide complete access to all online course materials for an entire year.

Course Breakdown

Each student enrolled in the Law & Business course receives:

CSLB Law and Business Exam Manual

Chapter 1: License Law: A summary of the codes and regulations that new contractors must know.

Chapter 2: Mechanics’ Lien Law: Covering mechanics’ liens, stop notices, payment bonds, preliminary notices, and lawsuits.

Chapter 3: Labor Law: Hiring, wages, benefits, workers’ compensation, employee safety, and payroll taxes.

Chapter 4: Business Management: Principles of management, business entities, and accounting for contractors.

Law & Business Practice Exams: Five different exams with approximately 115 questions each.

Audio/Video Lectures:

Audio CDs and video DVDs summarize key points from each section of the printed manual. Recorded lectures walk students through the plans, questions, and explanations.

Law & Business Online Practice Tools

FLASHCARDS: Online flashcard program tracks your history, allowing you to exclude question you have already learned.

PRACTICE EXAMS: Timed, to simulate actual exam conditions. Questions are updated weekly to reflect changing trends in exam focus based on current user feedback.

Exam Content

The CSLB Law and Business Exam has eight major sections

Section 1. Business Organization (10% of Exam)

  • Company organization
  • Project organization

Section 2. Business Finances (10% of Exam)

  • Cash management
  • Budget and planning
  • Taxes
  • Financial reporting

Section 3. Employment Requirements (10% of Exam)

  • Employment regulations
  • Evaluation and record-keeping
  • Payroll

Section 4. Bonds, Insurance, and Liens (10% of Exam)

  • Bonds
  • Workers’ compensation insurance
  • Liens and other remedies
  • Other insurance

Section 5. Contract Requirements and Execution (23% of Exam)

  • Bidding
  • Cost control
  • Contracts
  • Payments

Section 6. Licensing Requirements (8% of Exam)

  • Business license
  • Contractor’s license
  • Activity regulation

Section 7. Licensing Requirements (15% of Exam)

  • Training and reporting requirements
  • General safety
  • Hazardous/unknown materials

Section 8. Safety (7% of Exam)

  • Prevailing wage requirements
  • Bonding requirements
  • Insurance requirements

Percentages are approximate

Source Material

The following publications were utilized in the creation of the Law & Business exam. Publisher information for reference books and code is provided below. Other sources of reference books may be found online California codebooks can be viewed online: www.bsc.ca.gov

California Contractors License Law and Reference Book. Matthew Bender & Company, Inc.
PHONE: (800) 223-1940
INTERNET: www.lexisnexis.com

California Employer’s Guide (DE44). California Employment Development Department.
PHONE: (888) 745-3886
INTERNET: www.edd.ca.gov/FORMS

California Labor Code.
INTERNET: http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes.xhtml

Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management. National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA).
PHONE: (623) 587-9354
INTERNET: www.nascla.org

Publication 15 (Circular E) Employer’s Tax Guide. Internal Revenue Service.
PHONE: (800) 829-1040
INTERNET: www.irs.gov/publications/p15/index.html

Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction (Green Book). BNI Building News.
PHONE: (877) 626-2666
INTERNET: www.bnibooks.com

State of California General Industry & Electrical Safety Orders (Cal/OSHA) and State of California Construction & Electrical Safety Orders (Cal/OSHA). 2015. California Code of Regulations, Title 8. Mancomm.
PHONE: (877) 626-2666
INTERNET: www.mancomm.com

Publisher information is current as of 04/17

Practice Quiz - LAW

Free CSLB Law and Business Exam (Pt-2 The LAW)

These 10 sample test questions are similar to the ones you will encounter while taking your California
Law & Business Exam. If you easily answer more than 7 questions correctly you are in pretty good shape.

However, if you get 3 or more practice questions wrong you are in danger of failing the LAW portion of your California Contractors Exam.

Of the following, which is a correct statement regarding a schedule of payments in an original bid?

Correct! Wrong!

How often must contractors’ supervisors conduct “tool box” or “tailgate” safety meetings? ​

Correct! Wrong!

What is the relationship between a prime contractor and a subcontractor?

Correct! Wrong!

How long must an employer keep records of FUTA and other federal payroll taxes?

Correct! Wrong!

Who is responsible for selecting materials when refilling a first-aid kit for a jobsite?

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A subcontractor signs an unconditional waiver and release. This means that the____________________:

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Within how many days must an “agreement to arbitrate” be returned by the participants after being mailed by the Registrar?

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According to contract law, when can subcontractors and material suppliers serve a preliminary notice?

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A stop notice on a public works project is used to:

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Which of the following bonds guarantees both job completion and payment of subcontractors and suppliers?

Correct! Wrong!

Law & Business
FAIL - You did not pass the simulated Law & Business exam.
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C-61 Specialty Contractor

The CSLB has listed the C61 classifications into D subcategories for administrative tracking.

(a) Limited specialty is a specialty contractor classification limited to a field and scope of operations of specialty contracting for which an applicant is qualified other than any of the specialty contractor classifications listed and defined in this article.

(b) An applicant classified and licensed in the classification Limited Specialty shall confine activities as a contractor to that field or fields and scope of operations set forth in the application and accepted by the Registrar or to that permitted by Section 831.

(c) Upon issuance of a C61 license, the Registrar shall endorse upon the face of the original license certificate the field and scope of operations in which the licensee has demonstrated qualifications.

(d) A specialty contractor, other than a C61 contractor, may perform work within the field and scope of the operations of Classification C61, provided the work is consistent with established usage and procedure in the construction industry and is related to the specialty contractor’s classification.

THE FOLLOWING C61 LICENSES ARE AVAILABLE

Subcategories

D1 Architectural Porcelain – Now under D64 Nonspecialized
D2 Asbestos Fabrication – Now under C2
D3 Awnings
D4 Central Vacuum Systems
D5 Communication Equipment – Converted to C7
D6 Concrete Related Services
D7 Conveyors Cranes – Now under D21 Machinery and Pumps
D8 Doors and Door Services – Now under D28 Doors Gates and Activating Devices
D9 Drilling Blasting and Oil Field Work
D10 Elevated Floors
D11 Fencing – Converted to C13
D12 Synthetic Products
D13 Fire Extinguisher Systems – Now under C16
D14 Floor Covering Converted to C15
D15 Furnaces – Now under General A or C20
D16 Hardware Locks and Safes
D17 Industrial Insulation – Now under C2
D18 Prison and Jail Equipment – Under relevant class
D19 Land Clearing – Now under C12 or General A – If a license is required
D20 Lead Burning and Fabrication – Now under D64 Non-specialized
D21 Machinery and Pumps
D22 Marble – Now under C29
D23 Medical Gas Systems – Now under C36
D24 Metal Products
D25 Mirrors and Fixed Glass – Now under C17
D26 Mobile Home Installation and Repairs Converted to C47
D27 Movable Partitions – Now under D34 Prefabricated Equipment
D28 Doors, Gates and Activating Devices
D29 Paperhanging
D30 Pile Driving and Pressure Foundation Jacking
D31 Pole Installation and Maintenance
D32 Power Nailing and Fastening – Now under D64 Nonspecialized
D33 Precast Concrete Stairs – Now under C29
D34 Prefabricated Equipment
D35 Pool and Spa Maintenance
D36 Rigging and Rig Building – Now under General A
D37 Safes and Vaults – Now under D16 Hardware Locks and Safes
D38 Sand and Water Blasting
D39 Scaffolding
D40 Service Station Equipment and Maintenance
D41 Siding and Decking
D42 Non-Electrical Sign Installation
D43 Soil Grouting – Now under C32 or C12 or General A
D44 Sprinklers – Now under D12 Synthetic Products
D45 Staff and Stone – Now under C29
D46 Steeple Jack Work – Under relevant class
D47 Tennis Court Surfacing – Now under C12 or General A
D48 Theater and School Equipment – Now under D34 Prefabricated Equipment
D49 Tree Service
D50 Suspended Ceilings
D51 Waterproofing and Weatherproofing – Under relevant class
D52 Window Coverings
D53 Wood Tanks
D54 Rockscaping – Now under C15 or C27
D55 Blasting – Now under C12 or General A
D56 Trenching Only
D57 Propane Gas Plants – Now under General A
D58 Residential Floating Docks – Now under General A
D59 Hydroseed Spraying
D60 Striping – Now under C32
D61 Gold Leaf Gilding – Now under D64 Nonspecialized
D62 Air and Water Balancing
D63 Construction Cleanup
D64 Non-specialized
D65 Weatherization and Energy Conservation

CSLB lists the C-61 classifications in “D” subcategories for administrative tracking. Definitions for the “D” subcategories were developed by staff and approved by the Board as policy.

D3 Awnings: An awning contractor installs, modifies or repairs aluminum, metal, vinyl or canvas awnings and patio covers. These installations can be either freestanding or attached to a structure. Patio enclosures or carports are not included in this classification.

D4 Central Vacuum Systems: A central vacuum systems contractor installs, modifies, maintains or repairs central vacuum systems, pneumatic tube dispatching systems or any other type of pipeline which operates systems of reduced pressure for any purpose.

D6 Concrete-Related Services: A concrete-related services contractor installs reusable steel concrete form sections or interlocking precast pavers; performs post-tensioning work, concrete sawing, breaking, curing, floor hardening treatment, coloring concrete, concrete restoration, coring work or operates a concrete pumping service; and also includes the application of gunite, but does not include the installation of reinforcing steel.

D9 Drilling, Blasting and Oil Field Work: A drilling, blasting and oil field work contractor does core and post hole drilling, horizontal drilling (no piping) and drilling for placement of charges and performing blasting work; performs drilling for site dewatering, oil well drilling, and other oilfield-related specialty work. (DOES NOT INCLUDE WATER WELL DRILLING)

D10 Elevated Floors: An elevated floors contractor installs wood or metal framed elevated computer flooring systems. This work does not include the construction of mezzanines.

D12 Synthetic Products: A synthetic products contractor installs:

(a) Synthetic counter tops and wall coverings; fiberglass, plastic, vinyl and epoxy products; plastic tile board and decorative artwork; and synthetic turf;

(b) Bathtub and enamel refinishing, resin and epoxy application, and synthetic caulking and sealants;

(c) Reservoir liners, vinyl swimming pool relining, pier piling wrap, and rodent guards; and

(d) PVC piping systems for irrigation and drainage; and subsurface irrigation drip systems.

D16 Hardware, Locks, and Safes: A hardware, locks and safes contractor installs, modifies or repairs power and/or manually activated door and window locks with related hardware, built-in safes, and vaults.

D21 Machinery and Pumps: A machinery and pumps contractor installs, removes, modifies or repairs:

(a) Pumps; conveyors; cranes; dock levelers; various hoisting and material handling equipment; and meters;

(b) Dumbwaiters; handicap lifting and assistance equipment; automated speed-rail trolley systems for garment hanging; and

(c) Automatic car washing racks and auto body paint finishing booth equipment.

NOTE: Construction of buildings and/or roof structures for this equipment is not included.

D-24 Metal Products: A metal products contractor installs, modifies or repairs the following:

(a) Metal cabinets, lockers, modular storage structures, mail chutes, cable racks; and aluminum or vinyl storm doors and windows;

(b) Metal wall tiles; aluminum fascia covers; and metal gutters; and

(c) Aluminum studs and trusses; metal railings and turnstiles; metal prison cell accessories such as welded-to-structure cell furniture; grills; and cabinets.

D28 Doors, Gates, and Activating Devices: A doors, gates and activating devices contractor installs, modifies or repairs all types of residential, commercial or industrial doors including overhead or sliding door assemblies. This includes but is not limited to: wood and screen doors, metal-clad doors, glass sliding/ stationary doors and frames, automatic revolving doors, hospital cubical doors and related installations; power-activated doors, gates, movable sun shades/shutters; card-activated equipment and other access control device; and any low-voltage electronic or manually operated door hardware/device.

D29 Paperhanging: A paperhanging contractor applies all types and varieties of decorative wall coverings, except painting or paneling, including paper and vinyl goods, cork, burlap and carpet-type wall coverings.

D30 Pile Driving/Pressure Foundation Jacking: A pile driving/pressure foundation jacking contractor provides a pile driving and/or caisson drilling or auger service. This work also includes but is not limited to the injection of concrete or mortar into foundations for stabilization purposes.

D31 Pole Installation and Maintenance: A pole installation and maintenance contractor installs wood or precast poles to support the wiring or cable that is installed by others or installs and maintains flagpoles.

D34 Prefabricated Equipment: A prefabricated equipment contractor performs the installation 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, and 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 soundproof 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.

D35 Pool and Spa Maintenance: A pool and spa maintenance contractor installs, replaces or repairs pool motors, pumps,
filters, gas heaters and any above-ground piping in connection with pools; includes electrical switches, breakers, pool lights, diving boards, existing solar systems that heat pools, pool and spa acid baths, and applies vinyl liners to existing surfaces.

D38 Sand and Water Blasting: A sand and water blasting contractor uses the force of compressed air in conjunction with abrasive materials or water to clean or prepare surfaces for any protective, decorative and/or functional treatment.

D39 Scaffolding: A scaffolding contractor erects metal or wood scaffolding including temporary sidewalk sheltered construction work barricades.

D40 Service Station Equipment and Maintenance: A service station maintenance contractor installs and/or removes underground fuel storage tanks up to 20,000 gallons which have been or are to be used for dispensing gasoline, diesel fuel, waste oil or kerosene (no chemicals). This work involves the installation and/or removal of all incidental tank-related piping, electrical work, including the installation of vapor probes in backfill areas of the tanks and any associated calibration work including, but not limited to, the testing and adjustment of leak detection and vapor recovery equipment, such as automatic tank gauges, leak line detectors, vapor recovery lines, and in-station diagnostics. This contractor also performs the installation of auto hoisting equipment, grease racks, compressors, air hoses, and other service station equipment.

NOTE: Licensees holding this classification prior to January 18, 2001, may perform all the work as described above. Licenses issued after this date may perform the “calibration” work only.

D41 Siding and Decking: A siding and decking contractor applies or installs all types of exterior siding including wood, wood products, vinyl, aluminum and metal siding to new or existing buildings. This contractor also constructs wooden decks and related handrails. This work shall not include the construction or installation of covers or enclosures of any kind.

D42 Non Electrical Sign Installation: A non-electrical sign installation contractor fabricates and installs all types of nonelectrical signs including, but not limited to: post or pole-supported signs, signs attached to structures, painted wall signs, and modifications to existing signs.

D49 Tree Service: A tree service contractor prunes trees, removes trees, limbs or stumps (including grinding) and engages in tree or limb guying.

D50 Suspended Ceilings: A suspended ceilings contractor installs, modifies or repairs all types of suspended ceilings including, but not limited to: lay-in-grid and other types of systems involving solid, perforated or translucent ceiling panels (no electrical work).

D52 Window Coverings: A window coverings contractor installs or applies decorative, architectural/functional window/glass treatment or covering products including, but not limited to: all types of materials and fabrics that make up louvers, shutters, Venetian, and mini-blinds; residential or commercial draperies and screens; expanded metal window and door guards; plastic film window treatment and/or any other window treatment applied for temperature control or as a screening device.

D53 Wood Tanks: A wood tanks contractor erects or repairs elevated wooden storage tanks and related cooling towers. (Hot tubs are not included.)

D56 Trenching: A trenching contractor is limited to trenching only for foundations, pipelines, conduit and related trenching work.

D59 Hydroseed Spraying: A hydroseed spraying contractor applies seeds through any liquid media to any type of surface that has been prepared or contoured by others.

D62 Air and Water Balancing: An air and water balancing contractor installs any device and performs any work related to providing a specified flow of air in all types of existing heating and cooling systems and/or related to providing a specified flow of water in water piping systems.

D63 Construction Cleanup: A construction cleanup contractor cleans up and/or removes from building grounds or structures any debris resultant from any construction project including, but not limited to: concrete, dirt, scrap lumber, plaster, drywall, any paint or adhesive products from windows, floors, ceramic tile and bathroom fixtures.

D64 Non-specialized: A non-specialized contractor installs, modifies, maintains and repairs new products and/or new installations which are not defined in any section herein or defined in any license classification authorized by the Board under Chapter 9, Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code (Contractors License Law).

D65 Weatherization and Energy Conservation: 
A weatherization and energy conservation contractor installs, removes, modifies or repairs or provides maintenance services for energy conservation products limited to the following: door and window weather stripping, caulking, water heater pipe wrap, water heater blankets, insulating gaskets for electrical outlet covers, shade screens, shutters, storm windows, tinted window film, residential water flow restricting devices installed onto existing fixtures. (DOES NOT INCLUDE INSULATION, GLAZING OR HEATING VENTILATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING WORK)

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