The Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry:
The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry has statutory responsibility to assure the competency of individuals seeking licensing for several different contractor operations. Here is a list of the different types of licenses and links (as of 5/1/2010) to download license applications, forms and related materials:
- Boiler operators
- Boats for hire
- Personal Electrical license- master, journeyman, maintenance, and unlicensed
- Electrical or elevator contractor licensing
- High-pressure piping
- Independent contractor exemption certification
- Manufactured home manufacturers, dealers, limited dealers and installers
- Mechanical contractor bond
- Plumber licensing
- Registration forms for plumber’s apprentice and unlicensed individuals
- Residential building and remodeling contractor licensing
- Residential roofing contractors
- Technology system contractor licensing
- Water conditioning license
The state seems to be changing forms and information all the time, so please be sure to double check with them that the information, forms or material are the most current version available. The last thing you want is to have your contractor application rejected 5 weeks after you sent it in! If you have questions, the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry can be reached at: 651-284-5005, Toll Free at: 1-800-342-5354 or email: DLI.License@state.mn.us.
Who needs a Minnesota Contractors License?
This can vary depending on the type of contractor you are. If you have questions about whether a license is required, contact the Department of Labor and Industry at (651) 284-5069 to discuss your activities and what type of license may be required. Unlicensed activity may result in administrative action.
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