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Utah-Carpentry Contractor Online Practice Test

These are actual questions from our online practice test.

We have included a question from each chapter of the test. Every question will be multiple choice. The answers are not included with the sample.

Sample Questions

# Chapter Title Question
13 Drywall Handling and Installation All fire rated enclosures must be taped with drywall tape and taping __________ before they are closed up completely.
12 Drywall Materials, Firewalls and Hangers What are the most common injuries in the drywall trade and how do they result?
15 Drywall System What is exterior drywall sheathing designed to be applied under?
8 Finish Carpentry Draft stops are any airtight divison or partition in structures which are used to prevent __________.
3 Finishing/Windows __________ is often used at the bottom of the baseboard to cover a small gap or uneven edge between the flooring and the baseboard.
17 Framing and Rough Carpentry Solid slab floors systems are supported by beams or __________.
18 Framing, Joists and Exposed Beams Plywood is not made from __________.
5 Hinges, Hardware and Pulls Made of solid brass a __________ hook features 2 pivoting points allowing it to move in and out plus move up and down. It can be used on any type of door, including cabinet doors, to lock in closed and/or open positions.
4 Installation and Cabinetry A __________ is a woodworking tool used to join two pieces of wood together.
1 Insulation __________ should be used in existing houses where fill insulation is added and where no vapor barrier was installed.
18 Machines and Power Tools A __________ is a woodworking tool consisting of a circular saw blade, mounted on an arbor, that is driven by an electric motor
22 Mathematics, Calculations and Formulas How many 8" bricks are needed to do a job across a window sill that is 4' 6" wide?
14 Metal Studs What are the standard lengths of metal studs?
19 Miscellaneous A __________ tool features perforated sheet metal and resembles a food grater.
7 Molding __________ is a moulding of double curvature, combining the convex ovolo and concave cavetto.
21 OSHA Standards, Asbestos and Code of Federal Regulations Title 29, Part 1926 OSHA conducts on-site inspections of worksites to enforce the OSHA law that protects workers and their rights. Inspections are initiated without advance notice, conducted using on-site or telephone and facsimile investigations, and performed by highly trained compliance officers. What are the reasons for the inspections?
6 Safety and Closets It is more accurate to mark trim in place than to measure and then transfer numbers.
20 Safety and Fire Extinguishers The governing law for Blue Stakes is the Utah Code,Title 54, Chapter 8a, Damage to Underground Utility Facilities.
11 Siding Fiber cement siding is made from rubber, wood fiber (cellulose), sand and other components.
16 Taping, Texturing and Installing Drywall What is one of the most important factors in producing mortar of maximum workability?
9 Thermal Moisture Protection __________ sections and details indicate surfaces to be water-proofed and damp-proofed above and below grade.
99 USA Dig Alert The ##DIG_ALERT_COMPANY## markings are valid __________.
2 Windows and Doors Two window jambs joined is called?
10 Wood Flooring Underfloor and wall heating systems often are called low-temperature systems. Since their heating surface is much larger than other systems, a much lower temperature is required to achieve the same level of heat transfer. This provides an improved room climate with healthier humidity levels. The maximum temperature of the heating surface can vary from __________–35 °C (84–95 °F) depending on the room type. Radiant overhead panels are mostly used in production and warehousing facilities or sports centers; they hang a few meters above the floor and their surface temperatures are much higher.


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