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Need help passing the exam to receive your Illinois roofing license quickly and affordably? The deadline to sign up for the next test at our roofing school is April 20. Our next class will be held May 11-15 at Contractors Network and Training Center in Chicago. Call today to reserve your spot!
Illinois contractors can take control of repairs, negotiate directly with the insurance company, be paid on time, and add more money to their bottom line by becoming a licensed public adjuster with the help of Contractors Network and Training Center in Chicago. Our next class is April 20-22.
Looking for a simple way to pass the Chicago masonry and concrete exam? We provide you just that with our preparation courses at Contractors Network and Training Center. The deadline to sign up for the next test is May 11. The next class will be held May 18-19. Call today as spaces are limited!
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Whether it's $5,000 or $100,000, Contractors Network and Training Center in Chicago has helped thousands of honest and hard-working contractors collect unpaid bills through our Lien Advisory division. Give us the necessary information, and we'll take care of the rest. General contractors have 120 days to file, while subcontractors have only 90 days, so don't delay! Recover what you are owed and deserve. Call now!
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“Sometimes the hardest part of a construction project is getting paid….. Sincerely want to thank CLA Chicago for helping me resolve all ‘money’ problems.”
“It was definitely the best thing I could have done. The class really prepares you for the test. If it wasn’t for this class I would have not passed the test. Such a great investment! I passed the test with an 85% and couldn’t be happier and grateful for all the guidance and help that this class gave me!”
“Excellent schooling! I passed my exam. It would have been extremely hard without the help.”