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Electrical Contractor Licensing in Minnesota

Electrical Contractors in the State of Minnesota are required to be properly licensed with the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry.  The Department issues licenses to individuals and businesses performing electrical contracting work within the state.

As part of the licensing process, contractors are required to meet a minimum number of years of work experience, pass a qualifying exam and license their business entity with the state.

License Classifications for Electrical Contractors in Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry offers the following license classifications to Electrical Contractors: (more…)

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Reciprocal General Contractor Licensing in Minnesota

The State of Minnesota does not hold reciprocal licensing agreements for General Contractors licensed in other states.  This is because Minnesota offers two very specific license classifications to General Contractors:

  1. Residential Building Contractor License
  2. Residential Remodeler License

Out-of-state contractors who want to work on construction projects in Minnesota must (more…)

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Building Contractor Licensing in Minnesota

The State of Minnesota regulates residential remodelers and building contractors by requiring them to hold a license from the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry (DLI).  A Building Contractor or Residential Remodeler License allows contractors to work on new and existing homes and accessory buildings with four units or less.  Licenses are issued to the contractor’s business entity, rather than the individual.

In order to become a licensed Building Contractor or Residential Remodeler in Minnesota, the contractor must (more…)