61G4-15.018. Certification of Glass and Glazing Specialty Contractors  

Effective on Thursday, August 30, 2012
  • 1(1) Scope of Rule. The purpose of this rule is to provide for the voluntary certification of glass and glazing specialty contractors in residential and commercial applications without any height restrictions.

    32(2) Definition. A glass and glazing contractor is a specialty contractor whose scope of work is limited to the installation and attachment of all types of windows and glass, whether fixed or movable; the installation of swinging or sliding glass doors to existing walls, floors, columns or other structural members of the building; the installation of glass holding or supporting mullions or horizontal bars; the installation of structurally anchored impact-resistant opening protection attached to existing building walls, floors, columns or other structural members of the building; and the cutting and installation of glass and mirrors. A glass and glazing specialty contractor may also install prefabricated glass, metal or plastic curtain walls, storefront frames or panels, caulking incidental to such work and assembly, and installation of shower & tub enclosures and metal fascias. Nothing in this rule shall be deemed to restrict or limit in any manner the scope of work authorized by law of other contractor classifications.

    189(3) Certification procedures and fees for Glass and Glazing Specialty Contractors shall be the same as those provided for the certification of other contractors as required by and set forth in Sections 221489.109, 222489.111, 223489.113, 224489.114, 225489.115, 226489.116, F.S., 228and related rules.

    231Rulemaking Authority  233455.217(1), 234489.113(6), 235489.115(5) FS. 237Law Implemented 239455.217(1), 240489.113(6), 241489.115(5) FS. 243History– New 7-9-03, Amended 11-10-03, 11-15-07, 8-30-12.


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