Construction work in Utah requires a contractor license from the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing.
Residential, small commercial
Factory built house set-up
General engineering trades instructor HVAC
General building trades instructor
Electrical trades instructor
Fire suppression systems
Plumbing trades instructor
Swimming pool, spa
Mechanical trades instructor
Sewer and water pipeline
General fencing, guardrail
Metal, vinyl siding
General drywall, stucco, plastering
Metal firebox, fuel burning stove installer
Recreational equipment and surfaces
To qualify for any license, you must provide:
Documented proof of at least $100,000 for each incident and $300,000 total liability insurance
Documented proof of workers' compensation insurance
Documented proof of registration with Utah State Tax Commission
Documented proof of registration with Utah Department of Employment Security
Documented proof of registration with the Internal Revenue Service
Documented proof of registration with Utah Division of Corporations
Documented proof of DBA registration with Utah Division of Corporations
CPA complied, reviewed, or audited financial statement
Three (3) credit reports for all key company personnel
Electrician Contractor License
Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing issues these licenses. Applicants must pass an exam to get a license.
Journeyman Residential License
Two (2) years of full-time apprentice training
Two (2) years of full-time Division-approved work experience or four (4) years of full-time Division-approved work experience.
Four (4) years of full-time apprentice training or six (6) years of full-time Division-approved work experience.
Two (2) years of full-time Division-approved work experience as a licensed residential journeyman electrician.
Bachelor's degree from a Division-approved electrical engineering program and one (1) ear of full-time Division-approved work experience
An associate's degree from a Division-approved applied science program and two (2) years of full-time Division-approved work experience
Eight (8) years of full-time Division-approved work experience
Utah recognizes master and journeyman electrician classifications from these states:
Plumber Trade License
The Division of Occupational & Professional Licensing
Pass an exam
Four (4) years of full-time apprentice training or eight years of full-time Division-approved work experience.
Residential Journeyman Plumber
Pass an exam
Three (3) years of full-time apprentice training or six (6) years of full-time Division-approved work experience
Consumers are advised to check for additional local municipal contractor license requirements as contractor laws can differ from county to county. It is also advised to double check with the state's requirements before hiring a contractor.
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