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Text: Click to learn more about salary, industry demand, and job openingsHome Improvement Contractors repair, renovate, modernize, install, replace, improve, restore, paint, construct, remodel, move, or demolish residential or noncommercial properties. In order to offer home improvement services in the State of Maryland, contractors must be licensed by the Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation (DLLR). In order to be eligible for licensing, contractors need to pass a home improvement contractor exam given by DLLR. CSM offers TEC-7560 Maryland Home Improvement License Exam Preparation that prepares you to pass the examination.


TEC-7560 Maryland Home Improvement License Exam Preparation

Prospective builders or home improvement contractors attending the exam prep training will become familiar with the information needed to prepare for the Maryland Home Improvement License Exam. Topics include Home Improvement Law, the Door-to-Door Sales Act, and business and employee law. Textbook required and can be purchased at

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