- Kit Includes
These ADD CONTRACTOR CLASSIFICATION KITs include the "Contractors Trade Course" required to add an additional California State License Classification to your existing license. KITs include the Study Manual with the lectures available on DVD, CD, or Both. KITs also include a Licensing Checklist, the Applications, and Hundreds of Practice Exam Questions with answers and explanations. You will also get access to our Online Exam Preparation Center from which you can test yourself repeatedly right up to the day of your State Exam. In addition, we will assist you and review your Application before you send it to the State. KITs may very base on the Lecture DVDs, CDs, Assistance, and Guarantee.
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DetailsC47 - A general manufactured housing contractor installs, alters, repairs, or prepares for moving any type of manufactured home as defined in Section 18007 of the Health and Safety Code, any type of mobile home as defined in Section 18008 of the Health and Safety Code, and any type of multifamily manufactured home as defined in Section 18008.7 of the Health and Safety Code, including the accessory buildings or structures, and the foundations. A manufactured home does not include any recreational vehicle, commercial coach, or factory-built housing as defined in Section 19971 of the Health and Safety Code.
A (b) general manufactured housing contractor may provide utility services on a single-family individual site placement. Utility services mean the connection of gas, water, sewer, and electrical utilities to the home.
- Course Covers
1. PLANNING AND ESTIMATING (22%)
Evaluating project scope
Estimating project costs
2. SITE PREPARATION (13%)
Tear-down and transport
3. MANUFACTURED HOME INSTALLATION (24%)
Support and foundations
Completion of installation
4. ACCESSORY INSTALLATION (11%)
5. REPAIRS (15%)
6. SAFETY (15%)
Safe working procedures
- Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Manufactured Housing Contractor
General Manufactured Housing
General Manufactured Exam
Uniform Building Code
Carpentry & Roofing
Electrical (Including National Electrical Code)
Plumbing (Including Uniform Plumbing Code)
HVAC (Including Uniform Mechanical Code)
Drywall, Plaster & Insulation
Painting and Decorating
Energy Conservation Standards
Health & Safety Orders
General Building Review Questions
- Sample Questions
1. A contractor is excavating a pad that is 1500 square feet to a depth of 30 inches. The cost of excavation is $10/cubic yard. What is the total estimated cost of the excavation?
b. $1388.89 *
2. What MINIMUM number of sides of the perimeter skirting should have ventilation?
a. All 4 sides
b. 3 connected sides
c. 2 connected sides
d. 2 opposite sides *
3. Which of the following drawings should be submitted to obtain a permit to install utility connections for a manufactured home on private property?
a. Foundation plan
b. Grading plan
c. Set-up plan
d. Site plan *