Handyman Requirements By State

Jul 20 , 2020

Handyman Requirements By State

Otherwise, you could face fines, removal of your project without compensation, or a dangerous situation at your home. These consequences are usually cheaper than the cost of a permit, which qualified pros aren’t likely to forget. Contractors can face jail time, and unlicensed pros may not have any legal recourse if their client refuses to pay.

In general, licenses are required for:

  • Commercial contractors
  • Residential contractors
  • Water and Gas Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • HVAC technicians
  • Mold, Asbestos, hazardous waste remediation services
  • Department of Transportation (road work)

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