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You dont need a license if: Youre an employee of a licensed contractor or a subcontractor who doesnt work directly with the homeowner. Your work is limited to buildings with more than four units. Youre working on your own home, and you dont plan to sell it.
In Minnesota, commercial painters do not require a license. However, painters contracting with homeowners and offering skilled services in more than one areasuch as interior, exterior, and drywall paintingdo require a building contractor or remodeler license.
Contractors are responsible for supplying the necessary equipment, material, labor, and services to complete your project. They hire specialized subcontractors to perform either a portion or all of the work. Contractors use Subcontractor Agreements to protect themselves and the subcontractors they hire.
Specialty contractors who provide only one special skill are not required to have a state license (except residential roofers).Special skill means one of the following eight categories Excavation. Masonry/concrete. Carpentry. Interior finishing. Exterior finishing. Drywall and plaster. Roofing.