A licensed Residential Builder may engage in, or offer to engage in, the construction, repair or refurbishment of residential buildings up to three stories high. Those buildings are limited to single or multiple family residences with up to 16 separate residences in a single building.
What does LLR stand for in South Carolina?
Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
The South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (LLR), its divisions, boards, panels, and commissions value consumer privacy and collect only personal information that is required to fulfill their legitimate public purpose.
How much work can you do without a contractor license in South Carolina?
General and mechanical contractors who want to work on commercial and industrial projects valued at over $5,000 need to carry a license (the license also allows them to work on residential jobs). These licenses fall under the control of the South Carolina Contractor's Licensing Board.
How do I get a builder's license in South Carolina?
- File a written application.
- Submit a certified check.
- Submit an Affidavit.
- Pass the exam.
- Pay the license fee.
- Send the registration form.
- Prepare for the exam.
- Arrive at your appointment.
Do I need a license to build a house in South Carolina?
How many questions are on the SC Residential Builders exam?
What is on the Exam?
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