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What is a Class A Contractor and Why Should You Care?

The Virginia Class A licensure examination provides a qualitative bar for general business knowledge, knowledge of the laws and regulations governing contractors, and technical construction competencies. In Virginia,

"Class A contractors" perform or manage construction, removal, repair, or improvements when (i) the total value referred to in a single contract or project is $70,000 or more, or (ii) the total value of all such construction, removal, repair, or improvements undertaken by such person within any twelve-month period is $500,000 or more.

Oakmark is a Virginia Class A contractor. Are there unqualified contractors competing for your business? Yes, there are. Do they have the qualifications, skills and competencies? If they did, they'd qualify for the license. Are there risks to hiring such firms? Yes, many. Who bears the risks? You do. How can you mitigate these risks? Hire a Class A contractor.

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