Subcontractors that must be licensed or certified to practice their trade include plumbers, electricians and masons. Each state has specific guidelines for the licensing or certification of plumbers, electricians and masons, which often include minimum experience requirements and passing scores on a written exam in their specialty area. Subcontractors who install residential or commercial plumbing may need up to two years of experience to be eligible for their trade examination.
Although subcontractors who work as carpenters are not required to be certified, there are voluntary professional licensure options in the field. Licensure is required for some subcontracting fields, but optional for others.
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