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If you want to be a General Contractor in North Carolina, it is important to get a General Contractors License. According to NC 87-1(a), you must be a licensed General Contractor to undertake construction on any project that has a total value of $30,000 or more.
For example, a homeowner does not need a general contractors license when constructing or altering their own home, provided the homeowner obtains all required permits and occupies the home at least 12 months after completion. To obtain a permit, the owner must file for the exemption with their permit application.
North Carolina Law reads as follows: To work as a general contractor on projects costing more than $30,000 in North Carolina, you must get a license from the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors.
North Carolina grants owners an exemption to act as their own general contractor if they meet the following requirements. The property MUST be listed in your name. The property CANNOT be for rent, lease or sale for one year after the project is completed.
North Carolina requires that any general contractors working on contracts in excess of $30,000 obtain a license. Additionally, most subcontractors also need specialized trade licensesthough in some case they may need a general contractors license as well.
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Current Law: North Carolina law currently requires any building construction or alteration project costing $30,000 or more to be superintended (supervised and managed) by a general contractor licensed in this state.
North Carolina requires that any general contractors working on contracts in excess of $30,000 obtain a license. Additionally, most subcontractors also need specialized trade licensesthough in some case they may need a general contractors license as well.
If you want to be a General Contractor in North Carolina, it is important to get a General Contractors License. According to NC 87-1(a), you must be a licensed General Contractor to undertake construction on any project that has a total value of $30,000 or more.
A handyman doesnt need a state license in North Carolina, where licenses are only required if the projects being worked on are worth more than $30,000. If you are a subcontractor working under the supervision of a general contractor, you also dont need a license.
North Carolina requires that any general contractors working on contracts in excess of $30,000 obtain a license. Additionally, most subcontractors also need specialized trade licensesthough in some case they may need a general contractors license as well.

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