There are many types of licenses you can apply for depending on what specific field of interest your looking to work in.
We break it down into 3 major categories which are elaborated on below.
1. Construction Industry
2. Electrical Contractors
3. All Other Business
Its up to you to let us know the path you’d like to apply for, But its our job to help Make It Happen for you.
Issuing General, engineering and specialty contractor license types, vary by the skills you’re best suited in and qualify for.
Licenses include different classes or tiers based on the type of construction work or the value of the total contract. Some contractors find that they can even obtain multiple licenses when their skills are wide enough but substantial enough to warrant getting more than one, but that does include having the requirements for years of experience in a given field. Other areas require additional licenses or certifications for working with hazardous chemicals or asbestos.
That’s where we come in to help find you the area you’d excel in and make the process of getting said license as quick as possible without sacrificing quality.
License Types We Serve
The Construction Industry Licensing Board is responsible for licensing and regulating the construction industry. The board meets regularly to consider applications for licensure, to review disciplinary cases, and to conduct informal hearings relating to licensure and discipline. The board engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.
• Air Conditioning
• Class A
• Class B
• Internal Pollutant StorageTank Lining Applicator
• Pollutant Storage Systems
• Class A – Commercial
• Class B – Residential
• Class C – Service
• Precision Tank Tester
• Sheet Metal
• Gas Line
• Glass and Glazing
• Industrial Facilities
• Residential Pool/Spa Servicing
• Solar Water Heating
• Swimming Pool Decking
• Swimming Pool Excavation
• Swimming Pool Finishes
• Swimming Pool Layout
• Swimming Pool Piping
• Swimming Pool Structural
• Swimming Pool Trim
• Underground Utility and Excavation
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The Electrical Contractors’ Licensing Board is responsible for licensing and regulating electrical contractors. The board meets regularly to consider applications for licensure, to review disciplinary cases, and to conduct informal hearings relating to licensure and discipline. The board engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.
• Electrical Contractor
• Alarm System Contractor I
• Alarm System Contractor II
• Specialty Electrical Contractor
• Lighting Maintenance
• Limited Energy
• Utility Line
Licenses may be issued by registration or certification:
Registration – The applicant has taken and passed a local competency examination and can practice only within that locale.
Certification – The applicant has taken and passed the State Licensing examination and can practice throughout the State of Florida.
Know Your Scope chart (Provided by D.B.P.R.)
Professional Regulation, Education and Testing Services
- Architecture and Interior Design
- Asbestos Contractors and Consultants
- Athlete Agents
- Boxing, Kick Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts
- Building Code Administrators and Inspectors
- Certified Public Accounting
- Child Labor
- Community Association Managers and Firms
- Construction Industry
- Drugs, Devices and Cosmetics
- Electrical Contractors
- Employee Leasing Companies
- Farm Labor
- Florida Building Codes and Standards
- Harbor Pilots
- Home Inspectors
- Labor Organizations
- Landscape Architecture
- Mold-Related Services
- Real Estate
- Talent Agencies
- Veterinary Medicine
- Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco
- Condominiums and Cooperatives
- Homeowner Association Reporting
- Hotels and Restaurants
- Mobile Homes
- Pari-Mutuel Wagering
- Yacht and Ships
- Quick & Easy Start up Process
- Knowledgeable Staff
- Great Value
- Quality Results
- One Stop Shop for Licensing
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