STATE BUSINESS & FINANCE
STATE GC.BC.RC EXAM
STATE AIR CONDITIONING
STATE SHEET METAL EXAM
STATE MECHANICAL EXAM
STATE PLUMBING EXAM
STATE ROOFING EXAM
STATE UNDERGROUND EXAM
This license qualifies the holder to build any type of building to any height.
This license qualifies the holder to build any type of building that does not exceed three stories in height.
This license qualifies the holder to build one, two, and three family units not exceeding two stories.
This license qualifies the holder to contract unlimited air-conditioning work to install, maintain, fabricate, and alter central air-conditioning, heating, refrigeration, and ventilating systems. This includes air distribution, boiler piping, insulation of pipes, pneumatic control piping, condensate drains, duct work, low voltage wiring, thermostats, condensers, evaporators, compressors, and chillers.
This license qualifies the holder to install, maintain, and service air-conditioning, heating, and
refrigeration units of less than 25 tons cooling and 500,000 BTU heating capacity.
This license qualifies the holder to contract unlimited air conditioning work, refrigeration, heating, and ventilating systems including duct work, lift station equipment, piping, pneumatic control piping, gasoline tanks, pumps, standpipes, air piping, vacuum lines, oxygen, nitrous oxides, ink and chemical piping, fuel transmission lines, tanks, and pumps
A contractor whose services are unlimited in the sheet metal trade and who has the experience, knowledge, and skill necessary for the manufacture, fabrication, assembling, handling, erection, installation, dismantling, conditioning, adjustment, insulation, alteration, repair, servicing, or design, when not prohibited by law, of ferrous or nonferrous metal work of U.S. No. 10 gauge or its equivalent or lighter gauge and of other materials, including, but not limited to, fiberglass, used in lieu thereof and of air-handling systems, including the setting of air-handling equipment and reinforcement of same, the balancing of air-handling systems, and any duct cleaning and equipment sanitizing which requires at least a partial disassembling of the system.
A contractor whose services are unlimited in the roofing trade and who has the experience, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, alter, extend, or design, when not prohibited by law, and use materials and items used in the installation, maintenance, extension, and alteration of all kinds of roofing, waterproofing, and coating, except when coating is not represented to protect, repair, waterproof, stop leaks, or extend the life of the roof.
A contractor whose services are limited to the construction, installation, and repair, on public or
private property, whether accomplished through open excavations or through other means,
including, but not limited to, directional drilling, auger boring, jacking and boring, trenchless
technologies, wet and dry taps, grouting, and slip lining, of main sanitary sewer collection
systems, main water distribution systems, storm sewer collection systems, and the continuation
of utility lines from the main systems to a point of termination up to and including the meter
location for the individual occupancy, sewer collection systems at property line on residential or
single-occupancy commercial properties, or on multioccupancy properties at manhole or wye
lateral extended to an invert elevation as engineered to accommodate future building sewers,
water distribution systems, or storm sewer collection systems at storm sewer structures.
However, an underground utility and excavation contractor may install empty underground
conduits in rights-of-way, easements, platted rights-of-way in new site development, and sleeves
for parking lot crossings no smaller than 2 inches in diameter, provided that each conduit system
installed is designed by a licensed professional engineer or an authorized employee of a
municipality, county, or public utility and that the installation of any such conduit does not
include installation of any conductor wiring or connection to an energized electrical system. An
underground utility and excavation contractor shall not install any piping that is an integral part
of a fire protection system beginning at the point where the piping is used exclusively for such
Plumbing contractor” means a contractor whose services are unlimited in the plumbing trade and includes contracting business consisting of the execution of contracts requiring the experience, financial means, knowledge, and skill to install, maintain, repair, alter, extend, or, if not prohibited by law, design plumbing. A plumbing contractor may install, maintain, repair, alter, extend, or, if not prohibited by law, design the following without obtaining an additional local regulatory license, certificate, or registration: sanitary drainage or storm drainage facilities, water and sewer plants and substations, venting systems, public or private water supply systems, septic tanks, drainage and supply wells, swimming pool piping, irrigation systems, and solar heating water systems and all appurtenances, apparatus, or equipment used in connection therewith, including boilers and pressure process piping and including the installation of water, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas and related venting, and storm and sanitary sewer lines. The scope of work of the plumbing contractor also includes the design, if not prohibited by law, and installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, or extension of air-piping, vacuum line piping, oxygen line piping, nitrous oxide piping, and all related medical gas systems; fire line standpipes and fire sprinklers if authorized by law; ink and chemical lines; fuel oil and gasoline piping and tank and pump installation, except bulk storage plants; and pneumatic control piping systems, all in a manner that complies with all plans, specifications, codes, laws, and regulations applicable. The scope of work of the plumbing contractor applies to private property and public property, including any excavation work incidental thereto, and includes the work of the specialty plumbing contractor. Such contractor shall subcontract, with a qualified contractor in the field concerned, all other work incidental to the work but which is specified as being the work of a trade other than that of a plumbing contractor.