|Our Track Record is Unbeatable
No matter what your needs, or what your budget, we have the most reliable program anywhere. Contractors State License School (CSLS) isn't just the biggest school in the state, but also the industry leader for more than 25 years. That's why we guarantee the success of every student, every time.
|99% of Our Students Pass On the First Try
Although there are a few other schools around the state who boast pass rates of 90%, or even 95%, those statistics include students who take the test several times. If you want the best shot at becoming a licensed contractor – without taking your test again and again – CSLS should be your first choice. We've helped more than 125,000 other students, and we can help you, too.
|We Offer a Real Pass Guarantee
Our promise is simple, because we are so confident that you'll pass your contractors state license exam, if you go through our program, we will pay for you to retake the test if you don't pass on the first try! See details
|CSLS Uses a Teaching Method You Won't Find Elsewhere
All of our study materials are based on the "Mizener Method," which was developed by our founder and is the key to our home study materials, which have been used by tens of thousands of students.
It’s an unfortunate part of life as a self-employed contractor, but occasionally you’re going to come across customers who either pay very slowly for their work, or don’t want to pay you at all after you’re finished. What should you do in that situation?
The first step is to assess the problem and find out why. If it’s because your work wasn’t up to the customer’s standards, or because there was a minor (but understandable) misunderstanding about the terms, you can probably fix things pretty quickly.
In other instances, though, more serious measures will have to be considered. Then you’re looking at dealing with lawyers and other collections professionals who are going to charge you a pretty hefty fee, and might not even recover all of your money. As any experienced contractor can tell you from experience, it’s best not to be in that situation in the first place.