The Online Course covers in great detail: Tabbing and Highlighting your books, A video series on Plumbing Math Questions, A video series on Isometric Drawings, Flashcards and Practice Quizzes.
Do you qualify?
It’s bad for us and bad for you if you pass the test but do not meet the State’s requirements for licensure. If you are not sure call
904-722-9994 to speak to one of our consultants.
Scope of Work:
A “plumbing contractor” means a contractor whose contracting business consists of the execution of contracts requiring the experience, financial means, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, alter, extend, or, when not prohibited by law, design plumbing. A plumbing contractor may install, maintain, repair, alter, extend, or design the following without obtaining any additional local regulatory license, certificate, or registration:
- sanitary drainage or storm drainage facilities;
- venting systems; public or private water supply systems;
- septic tanks; drainage and supply wells;
- swimming pool piping;
- irrigation systems; or
- solar heating water systems and all appurtenances, apparatus, or equipment used in connection with these, including boilers and pressure process piping and including the installation of water, natural gas, and storm and sanitary sewer lines; and water and sewer plants and substations;
- the design and installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, or extension of air-piping, vacuum line piping, oxygen line piping, nitrous oxide piping, and all related medical gas systems;
- fire line standpipes and fire sprinklers to the extent authorized by law; ink and chemical lines;
- fuel oil and gasoline piping and tank and pump installation, except bulk storage plants; and
- pneumatic control piping systems.