Ohio Plumber License Requirements

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September 22nd, 2021
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We found the following Plumber requirements for Ohio.

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Plumber and Pipefitter License

License Qualification Process: The Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board (OCILB) issues State Licenses to Commercial Contractors for the following trades: Electrical, HVAC, Hydronics, Plumbing, and Refrigeration.

To receive a state license, an applicant must meet the following requirements:

Be at least 18 years of age.

Be a United States citizen or a legal alien-must provide proof of being a legal alien.

Either have been a tradesperson in the type of licensed trade for which the application is filed for not less than five (5) years immediately prior to the date the application is filed, currently be a registered engineer in this state with three (3) years of business experience in the construction industry in the trade for which the engineer is applying to take the examination.

Never have been convicted of a disqualifying offense as defined in S.B. 337.

Pass the examination in the trade.

Carry minimum $500,000 contractor liability coverage.

Pay the applicable fees.

Be advised: Once you have been approved by the Board, you are required to complete a State and Federal Background Check prior to sitting for the examination.

Requirements:

Exam: State exam required

Education: No education required

Continuing Education: Continuing education required

Experience: Experience

Criminal Record: Felony convictions prohibited

State Licensing Agency:

Ohio Department of Commerce
6606 Tussing Road
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
(614) 644-2223

 

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