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Residential Window and Siding Construction Supervisor (2015-10-02)

A Residential Window and Siding Construction Supervisor is responsible for directly supervising persons (including self) who are engaged in the installation, alteration, repair or removal of residential windows and siding as defined by the applicable Codes. A Residential Window and Siding Construction Supervisor is not authorized to work on or supervise the work relating to any structural elements of a residential building, except as incidentally related to the installation of windows and siding. Tests a candidate’s knowledge of window and siding installation, including vinyl or aluminum siding, soft, fascia, gutters and all types of windows. This includes the work necessary to prepare or repair the substrate to accomplish proper installation. Does not include any structural alterations.

35 questions
2-hour time limit

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