The lathing & plastering contractors license will allow you to coat surfaces with a mixture of sand, gypsum plaster, quick-lime or hydrated lime and water, or sand and cement and water, or a combination of such other materials that create a permanent surface coating, including coatings for the purpose of soundproofing and fireproofing. These coatings are applied with a plasterer's trowel or sprayed over any surface which offers a mechanical means for the support of such coating, and will adhere by suction. This contractor also installs lath (including metal studs) or any other material prepared or manufactured to provide a base or bond for such coating.
A lathing & plastering contractor also applies and affixes wood and metal lath, or any other material prepared or manufactured to provide key or suction bases for the support of plaster coatings. This classification includes the channel work and metal studs for the support of metal or any other lathing material and for solid plaster partitions.
Before you can apply for your lathing & plastering contractors license, you must meet the following experience requirements:
Don't have 4 years of lathing & plastering experience?
A college degree can be substituted for up to three years of that experience.
In order to obtain your lathing & plastering contractors license, you are required to pass the Trade examination as well as the Law & Business exam.
*Even though you can apply for a lathing & plastering contractors license when you are 18 years old, it is recommended that you be at least 23 years old due to experience requirement.
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