Treat, condition, prepare, and install topsoil. Plant all decorative vegetation. Excavate, trench, bore, backfill and grade as necessary for installation of landscaping and irrigation systems. Landscaping includes installation of non-loadbearing slabs, walkways and areas using concrete, brick, stone, or gravel; wooden decks; decorative garden walls, fences and screen up to 6 feet in height; retaining walls up to 3 feet in height; and all other materials and equipment common to the industry. Excluded are cast-in-place or tilt concrete; load bearing walls for structures; and perimeter fencing along property lines or boundaries. Install, repair, and maintain irrigation systems to distribute water for the purpose of irrigation, dust and soil erosion control using equipment, materials, and fitting common to the industry. This includes electrical control panels and apparatus which are an integral part of the irrigation system. Connections to potable water lines, installation of backflow prevention devices, installation of hose bibs and installation of service lines from source of supply are permitted only when they are an integral part of the irrigation system. Installation of electric wiring and related fixtures of 110 volts or less for lanscaping projects is included. All electrical work is limited to exterior use and only that work necessary to complete a landscaping project. If necessary, a new circuit may be added to existing service panel or sub-panel. Excluded is the installation of a new service panel or sub-panel.
How the Program Works:
This software teaches you the trade, laws, codes, rules and regulations plus the details of your particular Trade and Profession.
For every question there are several multiple-choice options, one of which is correct. If you pick the wrong answer, the program will show you the correct answer, why that answer is correct, and a full explanation of the basic principles being studied.
Instead of trying to memorize the answers, you are using this CD as a tutoring tool to give you the facts about the subject. With this method you gain a complete understanding of the subject matter as listed above.
At the same time that you are practicing the practice exams for the state test, you are also learning the data and facts about your trade so that you have a complete understanding of it. If you understand something well, you then can answer the test question correctly no matter in how many ways the question is asked.
At the end of the test you will be shown your score as a percentage as well as a list of all the questions you missed so that you can restudy that area and correct your mistakes. You can simply continue testing until you pass at a 95% passing rate at that point you are ready to take your exam.
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