How To Get A Utah Contractors License In 7 Steps

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All individuals or businesses who wish to engage in construction work in Utah must secure a Utah Contractor’s License. To do this, at least 1 individual must be selected to act as the license qualifier, which requires that person to pass the necessary license exams.

To get a Utah General Contractor’s License, you will need to complete an application, pass the necessary exams, register your business, secure insurance and a Utah Contractor’s Bond, and complete other required documents/processes.

The exact steps to get a Utah Contractor’s License are listed below.  For questions or other information by phone, call 801-530-6628. For questions or other information online, visit the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional License Utah Contractor License page. 

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5 Simple Steps To Getting Your Washington Electrical Contractor License

Washington Electrical Contractor License

If you are interested in becoming an electrical contractor in the state of Washington you will first need to get licensed. 

Washington contractor licenses are issued by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. You can reach their electrical licensing department at 360-902-5269.

Short on time? Check out our Contractor’s License FAQ page.

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How To Get A Georgia Contractors License

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The Georgia Board for Residential and General Contractors regulates and licenses individuals who want to become contractors in Georgia.

To get a Georgia Contractor License, you must pass a two-part exam covering the license you are attempting to obtain; one in business and one in law. Applicants must also submit a license application and secure a Georgia Contractor Bond. Follow these steps to get your Georgia Contractors License.

Want to see how much a Contractor License Bond would cost you? Get a FREE Contractor License Bond Quote.

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How To Get A Virginia Contractors License

Virginia contractor license

Virginia requires all contractors to have a  Contractors License before they begin working in the state. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to obtain a Virginia State Contractors License.

As of July 1, 2017,  applicants now have the option to purchase a Virginia Contractor License Surety Bond instead of providing a financial statement with their application.

Want to see how much a Contractor License Bond would cost you? Get a FREE Contractor License Bond Quote.

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How To Get A New Mexico Contractors License

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In an effort to protect consumers from being victimized by unscrupulous individuals, New Mexico requires all contractors to have a New Mexico Contractors License before they begin working in the state. This includes general construction, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing work.

Licenses are issued by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department.

Short on time? Check out our Contractor License FAQ page.

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