Georgia Conditioned Air Contractor Class I (Restricted) Exam Prep Course
Get one step closer to becoming a Georgia Conditioned Air Contractor with a prep course designed by 1ExamPrep to help you conquer the required Georgia Conditioned Air Contractor Class I (Restricted) computer-based examination.
- Test-taking techniques and tips
- Highlights and Tabs locations for reference materials
- Practice questions
- 1 year of online access
- Android and iOS Compatible - Complete the course on your phone, anytime or anywhere.
All Conditioned Air work in Georgia requires a license.
- Pre-approval from the state is required to sit for the examination.
- A separate Georgia Business and Law exam is not required to be passed.
- Class 1 applicants must show 4 years of experience. Experience for Class I shall consist of two years of installation as a lead mechanic, one year as a service technician or service supervisor (to include an Environmental Protection Agency license), one year of residential supervisory experience, and a Board approved heat loss and gain and duct design.
- Class 2 applicants must show five years of experience. Experience for Class II shall consist of two years of installation as a lead mechanic with at least one of the years being commercial only, one year as a service technician or service supervisor (to include an Environmental Protection Agency license), two years of commercial supervisory experience and a Board approved heat loss and gain and duct design course.
A Conditioned Air Contractor license allow for the bidding and contracting as well as the installation, repair, or service of conditioned air systems or conditioned air equipment. Service to or installation of the electrical connection between the electrical disconnects and conditioned air equipment is considered to be installation, repair, or service of conditioned air equipment or the conditioned air system.
- Class I conditioned air contractor licenses are restricted to conditioned air contracting involving conditioned air systems or equipment not exceeding 175,000 BTU of heating and 60,000 BTU of cooling.
- Class II licenses are unrestricted.
To apply, contact the state of Georgia at 1-478-207-2440. A nonrefundable fee of $30.00 must be submitted with the application. The application must be submitted to the Board at least 60 days before the next scheduled exam date. Applicants should receive an approval letter approximately 30 days prior to the exam. After the exam, passing candidates will receive their licenses in approximately six weeks.
- The testing company is AMP (1-800-345-6559)
- Open book
- 100 questions and a 7-hour time limit
- 70% is required to pass the exam
- The exam fee is $240.
Books NOT included in exam prep course.
- 2012 International Gas Code
- 2012 International Mechanical Code
- 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
- Manual D - Duct Design for Residential Winter and Summer Air Conditioning
- Manual J - Load Calculation for Residential Winter and Summer Air Conditioning
- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology
- OSHA Code of Federal Regulations Title 29, Part 1926
- Carrier System Design Manuals (1-3)
- Flexible Duct Performance and Installation Standards
- Trane Ductulator
- ACCA Flexible Duct Slide Rule or Calculator
- 2009 International Energy Code Conservation
- Business and Project Management for Contractors, Georgia Edition