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Frequently Asked Questions
To obtain a state license as a conditioned air contractor, you must:
submit a completed application and non-refundable fee
with documentation of the required experience and other qualifications and
2. submit a completed examination scheduling form with fee, and
3. pass the examination.
a description of the licensing requirements, see Board Rule 121-2-03.
The Georgia Board does have reciprocal agreements to accept the results of some examinations conducted by other state boards. The Georgia Board will accept results of approved examinations conducted by:
2. South Carolina
With your application, you must submit a certification letter from the respective state board verifying that you hold a license and have passed the state examination
apply for renewal prior to the expiration date. A renewal email reminder is sent to all current licensees approximately 8 weeks prior to renewal. The renewal fee for a two-year period is $75.00, To qualify for renewal, conditioned air contractors must have completed continuing education. See board rule 121-4-.05 for complete details.
Businesses are required to meet
requirements of the federal, state, and local governments. To determine federal
and local requirements, you will need to contact those agencies directly. A
listing should be available in the government section of your telephone
directory. To contact information for state agencies, reference the First Stop Business Information Center .
See Board Rule 121-4-.05 for the requirements for continuing education. Persons holding a
conditioned air contractor license license must complete at least 4 hours per year of instruction related to their
profession. Courses must be conducted by a college, vocational-technical school,
or trade association. Conditioned air contractors may also
complete courses conducted by a utility or equipment manufacturer. To determine
when courses are held, you must contact one of these agencies
directly. You can find a list of providers here.