Georgia Contractor License

Obtain a Georgia Electrical, Alarm, Fire, and General Contractor License

Contractor licensing in Georgia is regulated by the Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB) and the Board for Residential and General Contractors. There is no board meeting required for the General Commercial and Residential License. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, all other licenses require board approval to sit for the exam.

Georgia License Categories API can assist with:

  • Commercial Unlimited Contractor
  • Commercial Limited Tier Contractor
  • Residential/Light Commercial Contractor
  • Residential Basic Contractor
  • Electrical Contractor Class I
  • Electrical Contractor Class II
  • Low Voltage Unrestricted (LVU)
  • Low Voltage General (LVG)
  • Low Voltage Telecommunications (LVT)
  • Alarms (LVA)
  • Conditioned Air
  • Master Plumber
  • Utility Contractor 

General and Residential Construction

Georgia accepts the NASCLA for the Unlimited GC License. All exams are administered by PSI. Reciprocity is available with Louisiana and Tennessee. The Business and Law exam is still required when seeking reciprocity.




Unlimited Electrical Licenses

Unlimited Electrical licenses require board approval prior to sitting for the exam- 2021 EN Exam Schedule. Testing is provided by AMP. The exam candidate bulletin provides all the information needed for the exam. Georgia offers reciprocity for the Unlimited license with license holders in Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina.

Low Voltage Licenses

Low Voltage licenses require board approval prior to sitting for the exam- 2021 Low Voltage Exam Schedule. Low Voltage licenses are offered in 4 different classifications. Exams require pre-approval and are held according to this exam schedule. Exams are administered by AMP. Suggested reference material and a candidate bulletin is provided.

  • LVU
  • LVA
  • LVT
  • LVG


Call API at 954-567-0013 and Get Your Georgia Contractor License Today!

Georgia Licensing Boards:

Electrical Board

Low Voltage Contractors 

Department of Transportation

Board of Residential and General Contractors

Board of Utility Contractors