Plumbing and mechanical contractors
Businesses that contract to provide plumbing services must have a plumbing contractor license. Licensed plumbing contractors carry a surety bond and liability insurance. A Minnesota plumbing license demonstrates that the plumber has years of practical, hands-on training, and a proven knowledge of plumbing codes, materials and approved construction methods. In addition to licensing plumbers we administer programs for apprenticeship registration, plumbing inspections and plumbing plan review.
Register today for the 2018 Fall Seminar on Ventilation and Fire Suppression for Commercial Kitchens. Seminars are Oct. 2-25, 2018, throughout Minnesota. View more information and register.
Plumbing plans can be submitted electronically, avoiding the time and costs associated with printing and shipping. Visit the ePlans -- electronic plan review page for more information.
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