The Online Course covers in great detail: Tabbing and Highlighting your books, a video series on Residential Pool Math Questions, lots of practice questions and a Final Exam simulation.
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 “residential pool/spa contractor” means a contractor whose scope of work involves, but is not limited to:
the construction, repair, and servicing of any residential swimming pool or hot tub or spa including the repair or replacement of existing equipment or the installation of new equipment, as necessary;
the layout, excavation, operation of construction pumps for dewatering purposes, steelwork, installation of light niches, construction of floors, guniting, fiberglassing, installation of tile and coping, installation of all perimeter and filter piping, installation of all filter equipment and chemical feeders of any type, plastering of the interior, construction of decks, installation of housing for pool equipment, and installation of package pool heaters; and
includes the scope of work of a swimming pool/spa servicing contractor.
A “residential pool/spa contractor” cannot perform direct connections to a sanitary sewer system or to potable water lines.
The installation, construction, modification, or replacement of equipment permanently attached to and associated with the pool or spa for the purpose of water treatment or cleaning of the pool or spa requires licensure; however, the usage of such equipment for the purposes of water treatment or cleaning shall not require licensure unless the usage involves construction, modification, or replacement of such equipment.