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New Mexico requires a license for anyone engaged in construction-related contracting within the state. This includes general construction, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and moreover 100 different classifications of licenses in total.
How to Write an Electrical Contract Identify the Electrical Contractor and the Customer. Define the Scope of the Electrical Project. Identify the Plans and Specifications and the Location. Set Out the Payment Schedule. List Completion Dates and Schedules. Set Out Who Will Pay for Licenses and Fees. Explain the Safety Protocol.
A homeowner may apply for a permit as the general contractor to build, construct, alter, repair, demolish or make installations to a single-family dwelling only at the location of the homeowners primary residence.
State Requirements Application * Any one engaged in construction-related contracting in New Mexico must be licensed. * The New Mexico Business and Law exam is also required to be passed to obtain your contractors license. * Pre-Approval is required to sit for the exam. Approval takes 7 business days on average.
Electrical EE-98J Journeyman residential and commercial electrical EL-1J Journeyman electrical distribution systems, including transmission lines. Two Years (4,000):
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The paperwork you need to submit includes: A certified copy of your qualification. ESETA letter proving your completion of the unit standards and their certification. Two copies of your ID, certified. The completed application form from the DOL. Proof of payment to the DOL for the three- or one-year certification.
Applicants must have obtained a journeyman electrician certificate of competency/license by passing a mandatory examination after completion of either a four-year apprenticeship program; or four years of equivalent experience as determined by the licensing state.
In order to obtain an EE-98J license you are required to have four years experience within the last 10 years. The license includes all electrical wiring operating at 5000 volts, nominal, or less. It includes electrical wiring identified in electrical specialty classifications ES-1, ES-2, ES-3 and ES-7.
New Mexico general contractor licensing fees The fees for a general contractor license are: $300 per classification for GB02 GB98 GA98 GF98 EE98 MM98. $150 per classification for all other single classifications.
Do You Need a License in New Mexico to Become a Handyman? You must register as a handyman to perform work in New Mexico. The state offers a handyman certification that restricts the type of work you can perform and the amount of compensation that you can earn each year.

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