Kansas Standard Roofing Contractor/Subcontractor (ICC 553) Exam

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Overview & Benefits

553 Kansas Standard Roofing Contractor/subcontractor Exam Prep Services and Materials

ICC is known industry-wide as the leader in providing the highest quality certifications. When you earn an ICC certification, you demonstrate superior knowledge and understanding of the codes.

A 553 Kansas Standard Roofing Contractor/Subcontractor is licensed to perform roofing, re-roofing, roof insulation, and roof drainage.

What's on the Exam?

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# of QuestionsMinimum Passing ScoreTime Allowed
6045 (75%)180 minutes
Content Area% of Total
General Administration5%
Inspections and Structural Tests5%
Violations and Stop Work Orders2%
Weather Protection4%
Fire Classification15%
Requirements for Roof Coverings36%
Roof Insulation5%
Rooftop Structures8%
Roof Drainage12%

Exam Preparation

What you'll need to prepare for the exam

Exam Prep Course

Our Exam Prep course is offered as an online, pre-recorded course that you can complete at any time. Course material is delivered digitally so you can start preparing for your exam immediately after purchasing the course.

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Book Bundle

We offer the necessary references allowed into the exam. We also offer a pre-tabbed and highlighted version of the bundle already containing our permanent tabs and course curriculum highlights, saving you countless hours of tabbing and highlighting the books yourself.

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Our exam prep tabs help mark the commonly referenced sections of the books used in the exam. Don't waste time flipping through your books in the timed exam - our tabs help you to be able to quickly reference important material in your books and move on to the next question without wasting valuable time.

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License Requirements

Steps to obtaining your license

All ICC contractor exam licensees are still required to meet other state and local licensing regulations in order to obtain a license in any accepting state or municipality.

These requirements include meeting requirements such as supplying proof of adequate insurance and worker's compensation and submitting a State Board Contractor License Application.

Do you need help applying for your license? We offer license application fulfillment services - let one of our license specialists walk you through the application process!