Glass and Glazing Contractor: Professional expertise in glass installation and glazing services, ensuring precision and quality craftsmanship for residential and commercial projects.


Imagine being the driving force behind the awe-inspiring high-rise structures that grace the Florida skyline! Aspiring to become a Florida Glass and Glazing contractor means stepping into a world where your meticulous training can transform ordinary buildings into architectural masterpieces. Picture the skyline adorned with modern glass facades – a testament to your hard work and precision. Join us on an exciting journey to become a licensed Glass and Glazing Contractor, and let your skills elevate the very essence of Florida’s urban landscape!

Here is what you can expect after you register for the Glass & Glazing Contractors Exam Prep course from BTES:

  • Focused trade classes; no mixing of unrelated trades.
  • Smaller class size to ensure that you receive personal attention.
  • Participate from the comfort of your home or office with our virtual classes led by a live BTES instructor. Cost-effective and convenient, our virtual Classes will save on the expense and travel time of going to a live class.
  • Courses are intensive and in-depth. We make SURE you know your reference books and how to use them.
  • We show you how and where to tab/highlight your reference books.
  • Learn simple ways to turn difficult math problems into easy-to-answer questions.
  • Up-to-date workbooks provide questions and answers that mirror prior exams so you gain experience practicing on realistic exam material.

Expert Instructors. Every instructor who you work with in our live classes has actually taken the time to learn, study, and pass numerous contractor trade and business exams. You not only get the opportunity to work with an expert test-taker, but you also get the chance to learn the exact same methods that make over 95% of our students pass this test the very first time, with a reliable “No Pass – No Pay” Guarantee

Turning a textbook into a tool. The textbooks you will use during this course aren’t just words and formulas. In fact, our instructors will show you how to turn your Glass and Glazing study guide into a tool. With your new tool in hand, you’ll be able to look at the most complicated math equation and translate it like a simple math problem.

For further information, or to register for a class call 1.800.832.2496, or use our contact form and we will get right back to you.

Exam Information

All construction examinations, except Plumbing Contractor, are administered in computer-based testing format. After a candidate has been approved by Professional Testing, Inc., they may schedule to sit for their examination(s) by contacting the department’s examination vendor, Pearson VUE. To locate a Pearson VUE Test Center near you, as well as to check that site’s availability, use this link to view the vendor website for more details:

Admission to the Examination
When registering at the test center, you will be required to have the following items:

Two forms of valid signature identification, one of which is government issued: driver’s license, state identification card, passport or military identification card. Student or employment I.D. cards and photo bearing credit cards are not acceptable as picture bearing identification. Candidates will not be admitted without showing proper identification. Your name and address must match what was submitted on your application.

Download the complete Candidate Information Booklet for the Construction Licensure Examinations.

To apply online:
To apply by phone: 407.264.0562

Required Reference Books

State Glass & Glazing Books

  • Code of Federal Regulations, (OSHA) 29 Part 1926, July 2023
  • Energy Efficient Building Construction in Florida, 2024
  • Florida Building Code: Building, 2023
  • Florida Building Code: Accessibility, 2023
  • GANA Glazing Manual, 2008
  • Standard Practice for Determining Load Resistance of Glass in Buildings, 2016 (ASTM E1300-16)

Business & Finance

  • AIA 201: General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, 2017
  • AIA 401: Standard Form of Agreement between Contractor-Subcontractor, 2017
  • AIA 701: Instructions to Bidders, 2018
  • Builder’s Guide to Accounting, 2001
  • Florida Statutes Chapter 455, 2021
  • Florida Contractor’s Manual, 2021

The examination reference book lists are complete and represent the current information for exams. As always, it is the student’s responsibility to obtain the latest reference list and to insure that the books that they have match the list. At BTES, we make every effort to be up-to-date and complete with our materials. But it is always a good idea to verify the accuracy of those materials.

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