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Heating Contractors in North Carolina

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North Carolina is a large state geographically, and has a population of almost 9 million. The state has distinct seasons, with hot summers, mild springs and cool winters. Cool temperatures and occasional snow keep the heating industry is alive and well in the state. And as a state with one of the country's fastest growing populations, the North Carolina heating market will certainly continue to grow.

Most of the time heating system installation and maintenance goes smoothly, but occasionally homeowners have a problem and need outside help to get it resolved. Consumers with complaints about their heating contractors in North Carolina can research or file complaints through the Better Business Bureau.

As in many other states, heating contractors in North Carolina must be licensed. The licenses are granted after an application fee has been paid and the applicant has passed a licensing exam. PSI Examination Services administers the tests for a fee of $50. The fee covers one exam for one contracting specialty. For an unlimited license, the fee is $100. There is also an intermediate license exam available for $75. The fees include the license fees for the first year the license is held, ending on December 31st. Additional license fees must be paid each year.

The state has a license reciprocity agreement with South Carolina, allowing contractors from that state to get a license in North Carolina without paying the exam fee. They do, however, have to pay the yearly license fee.

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