Residential contractor definition

Residential contractor means a licensed contractor that holds an endorsement as a:
Residential contractor means a person in the business of contracting to repair or replace residential roof systems or perform any other exterior repair, exterior replacement, or exterior reconstruction work resulting from a catastrophe on residential real estate or a person offering to contract with an owner or possessor of residential real estate to carry out such work.
Residential contractor means a contractor whose services are limited to construction, remodeling, repair, or improvement of one-family, two-family, or three-family residences not exceeding two habitable stories above no more than one uninhabitable story and accessory use structures in connection therewith.

Examples of Residential contractor in a sentence

  • The above named construction members have been recommended by the Construction Industry Management Council as the HARV and Residential contractor.

  • Residential contractor is any contractor whose services are limited to construction, remodeling, repair or improvement of single-family, two-family or three-family dwellings, not exceeding 2 stories in height, and accessory use structures in connection therewith.

  • Residential contractor fraud is the misappropriation or intentional taking of anything of value which belongs to another, either without the consent of the other to the misappropriation or taking, or by means of fraudulent conduct, practices, or representations by a person who has contracted to perform any home improvement or residential construction, or who has subcontracted for the performance of any home improvement or residential construction.

  • Point of Clarification to SCE’s statement on pages 77-78: The Residential contractor did use a nested phone/onsite approach to verify that respondents’ phone self-reports on the total number of CFLs installed/stored matched what was found onsite.

  • Residential contractor signs during course of construction provided the sign is not more than 10 square feet in area.


More Definitions of Residential contractor

Residential contractor means a person whose principal business is in connection with construction, repair, or improvement of real property used as, or intended to be used for, residential occupancy.
Residential contractor means a contractor as defined in
Residential contractor means a person in the business of contracting or offering to contract with an owner or possessor of residential real estate to:
Residential contractor means a general contractor whose business and operation involve undertaking the construction or alteration of a privately-owned residential structure of one to four units that is used or intended to be used as a human dwelling;
Residential contractor means a person or entity who, for pay, enters into a contract with an owner for the construction or the substantial rehabilitation of a residential building and who has primary responsibility for the construction or substantial rehabilitation of a residential building.
Residential contractor means an electrician licensed as a residential contractor pursuant to OAC 158:40-7-2 and is limited to performing residential electrical construction work.
Residential contractor means a contractor as defined in section 32-1101 who is licensed to perform work on residential property pursuant to this chapter and who engages in residential contracting.