Air A Contractor FAQ – The Exam Pros

Air A Contractor FAQ

Question: What are the differences between “Air A” and “Air B” Contractors?


Answer(s): 

Air A means a contractor whose services are unlimited in the execution of contracts requiring the experience, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, fabricate, alter, extend, or design central air-conditioning, refrigeration, heating, and ventilating systems. Class A Contractors may also execute contracts requiring experience in the installation, maintenance, repair, fabrication, alteration, extension or design of duct work in connection with a complete system but only to the extent that such duct work is performed by the contractor as is necessary to complete an air-distribution system, boiler and unfired pressure vessel systems, and all appurtenances, apparatus, or equipment used in connection with them. A “class A air-conditioning contractor” shall not perform any work such as liquefied petroleum or natural gas fuel lines within buildings, potable water lines or connections, sanitary sewer lines, swimming pool piping and filters, or electrical power wiring.


Air B means a contractor whose services are limited to 25 tons of cooling and 500,000 BTU of heating in any one system in the execution of contracts requiring the experience, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, fabricate, alter, extend, or design central air-conditioning, refrigeration, heating, and ventilating systems, including duct work in connection with a complete system. A “class B air-conditioning contractor” shall not perform any work such as liquefied petroleum or natural gas fuel lines within buildings, potable water lines or connections, sanitary sewer lines, swimming pool piping and filters, or electrical power wiring.



Question: 

Where can I find examination information (i.e. dates, locations, scheduling, etc.)?


Answer: 

You can find everything you should need on Florida’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation website here or you can contact The Exam Pros to help you out.  



Question:

How do I know what books and materials to bring with me to my examination(s)?


Answer: 

If you’re in need of examination materials and information, contact The Exam Pros or visit Florida’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation website.


For Air A, visit here to buy, rent or finance from us.

For Air B, visit here to buy, rent or finance from us.


Question:

What type of content will be on my examination(s)?


Answer: 

We’re happy to help you clearly define and outline the type of content you should expect on your Air A & Air B Contractor examination(s), contact The Exam Pros or visit Florida’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation website. 


Air A & Air B Contractor Practice Exams


Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation



Question: 

Are there any financial or eligibility exemptions to becoming an AC Contractor in the State of Florida if I am a Veteran?


Answer: 

The short answer is yes. As a Veteran owned business (Rob Estell is a Combat Veteran from Desert Storm), The Exam Pros are happy to speak with you regarding this question. Contact The Exam Pros or visit Florida’s Department of Business & Professional Regulation website. 



Question: 

What does a “Cram” consist of?


Answer: 

Our Cram materials vary and are guaranteed to get you up and ready to roll quickly and efficiently. Some (but not all) of what is included in a Cram are:

    -Video instructions on the course(s).

    -Information on how to register for the exam(s).

    -The 6 segments of test-taking techniques.

    -A comprehensive list of the required reference books for your exam and when they      update.

    -3 practice exams with over 200 questions, answer page numbers, and solutions.

    -A 1-year online course and access to a live instructor (we offer discounts on memberships).

    -Discount codes for upgrades and additional services


Air A Cram Options


Air B Cram Options



Sources:

-General Contractors License Guide

-Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation