A Minnesota contractor license ensures that specialists only perform activities for which they have the required training and knowledge. There are different contractor license types and certifications you can get that will allow you to work in the specialty you desire. Some of the licenses have their classifications, which define the required training, knowledge, and experience to act as a licensed contractor.
Are you looking forward to applying for a Minnesota contractor license, but confused which license you should get? We have got you covered, as we have listed all the license classes it is attainable to obtain.
In the state of Minnesota, a general contractor is usually an umbrella term, which includes residential building and remodeler contractors.
This license, in brief, allows the license holder to perform contracting work, which pertains to remodeling, altering, repairing, as well as constructing new buildings and structures.
This license, in brief, shall entitle the holder to perform contracting work, which is connected with the activities of remodeling, altering, repairing, and improving existing structures.
This license, in brief, allows the license holder to perform contracting work, which pertains to roofing.
If a person wants to obtain a general contractor license, he must:
A plumbing license is essential to obtain if an individual wants to carry out the duties and responsibilities of a plumber. There are different license types, which define the scope of work, as well as a plumber’s responsibilities.
This license, in brief, indicates that a person has the necessary skills and knowledge, as well as four years of professional experience to perform plumbing work. The scope of work includes repairing, installing, and altering water service, sanitary, and storm sewers.
This license, in short, is proof that a specialist has met several requirements and obtained helpful skills to perform plumbing work in cities/towns. The number of residents of the cities should not exceed 5000 people. The duties, which the plumber has to fulfill are repairing, installing, and altering water service, sanitary, and storm sewers in such cities.
This license, in brief, allows the license holder to perform plumbing contracting work under the surveillance of a licensed master plumber.
This one, on the other hand, makes it possible for the holder to perform plumbing contracting work in cities/towns (under the master plumber’s management). It is essential that those towns and cities have no more than 5000 citizens. There are lots of job responsibilities, which encompass repairing, installing, and altering water service, sanitary, and storm sewers in such cities.
This one, in its turn, demonstrates having mandatory expertise and abilities needed to provide or offer plumbing services. He can perform contracting work in all regions, as well as employ master plumbers. In other words, this is the highest level of license a plumber can achieve in Minnesota.
If a plumbing contractor wants to perform medical gas insertions, he must hold a proper medical gas certification.
To clarify, this license allows the license holder to repair, alter, and place electrical wires, machinery, and equipment connected with electrical work. The work comprises of electrical light, power, and other systems.
An electrical contractor has the right to supervise, employ, and manage the work of master and journeyman electricians.
To clarify, the license allows planning and managing fittings of wires, machinery, and equipment connected with elevators.
There is also a limited license, which indicates contracting work for limited equipment or use.
To clarify, the license enables repairing, putting into place, and maintaining equipment connected with elevators.
There is also a limited license, which allows performing the above-mentioned work for 24 months.
This license, in short, grants the right to perform contracting work, which relates to steam-system, high pressure, high temperature, as well as bioprocess piping systems.
It is attainable to obtain a master and journeyman pipefitter license in order to apply for a high-pressure piping contractor license.
This license, for the most part, enables the license holder to perform contracting work, which concerns rough framing, drywall placings, and finish carpentry. It also permits installing doors, windows, and decks.
This license, in particular, authorizes the license holder to perform contracting work, which appertains to walls, fireplaces, and drain structures. It also allows repairing and fixing masonry veneers and poured walls.
This license, in short, licenses the holder to perform contracting work, which relates to painting, taping, and plasters. The range of work also involves wallpapering and finishing.
This one, for the most part, allows the holder to carry out contracting work, which involves everything related to grading, excavation, and trenching.
This license is for contracting work, which has to do with wallpapering, floor covering, and painting. The extent and variety of work includes ceramic, marble, quarry tiles, as well as steam barriers.
This license, thereof, helps the license holder to fulfill contracting work, which applies to painting, plasters, and siding. The scope of work also includes working with gutters and exterior finishing.
This license, in fact, allows the license holder to perform any contracting work, which has to do with installing garages, doors, pools, and hot tubs. The work also includes fireplaces, wood stoves, and spas.
Department of Labor and Industry
443 Lafayette Road N.
St. Paul, MN 55155