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Handymen are not required to have a state license to work in New Hampshire, which only licenses those who perform electrical, plumbing or asbestos abatement work.
Any individual who desires to be employed as an apprentice plumber in the State of New Hampshire must apply with the Mechanical Licensing Section (603-271-2152). We will issue him/her an identification card via email, which must be carried at all times and presented to an inspector upon request.
You do not need a license to be a handyman in New Hampshire. However, you will not be allowed to perform restricted jobs that do require licensing, such as plumbing, electrical, or lead and asbestos abatement. You can perform other construction jobs without a license without project cost limits.
New Hampshire Master Plumber License In New Hampshire, a person must be a Licensed Master Plumber to operate a plumbing business, and/or act in the capacity of a Journeyman Plumber without a second license. The requirements to become a Master Plumber in New Hampshire are as follows: Must be at least 18 years of age.
A permit is required. By State law a property owner or the property owners agent may , repair, or replace plumbing in the property owners own single family home. All work must still comply with applicable plumbing codes. A separate Plumbing Permit can be obtained for plumbing-only project.
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Some states have no statewide requirement for licensing of general contractors. New Hampshire is one of them. While some specialty contractors, like electricians, plumbers, and lead and asbestos abatement specialists are licensed at the state level in New Hampshire, general contractors are not.
Some states have no statewide requirement for licensing of general contractors. New Hampshire is one of them. While some specialty contractors, like electricians, plumbers, and lead and asbestos abatement specialists are licensed at the state level in New Hampshire, general contractors are not.
Some general contractors lean on their work experience to gather the necessary skills and know-how to become licensed, or they will work through a trade school or association to complete an apprenticeship. In these cases, becoming a general contractor takes anywhere from three to five years.
You must have a current NH Journeyman Plumbing License that is not less than six (6) months old OR proof of an out of state Master Plumbing License or other authorization to practice as a Master Plumber for not less than six (6) months.
RMO License One of the most common ways that individuals with no experience can have access to a contractor license is through an RMO or RME. RMO stands for Responsible Managing Officer.

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