Vermont Licensing Overview for a Plumber
Licensing for a plumber in Vermont is controlled by the Vermont Department of Public Safety, Division of Fire Safety.
General Guidelines for a Plumber in Vermont
Specific requirements to perform plumber services can generally be used as a guideline, but make sure to check with your local governing rules and regulations.
Who’s allowed to perform these services?
General requirements for a plumber license?
• Journeyman Plumber – You must show a certificate of completion from the Vermont State Apprenticeship Council. Or, you must provide a certified statement of licensure or completion of an apprenticeship program from another state. Or, you must show 12,000 hours of instruction, training, and experience.
• Master Plumber – You must have held a Vermont journeyman license for at least 12 months. Or, you must have been licensed at an equivalent level to a Vermont journeyman out of the state for at least one year. Or, you must show 14,000 hours of instruction, training, and experience.
What’s the state licensing site for a plumber?
What are some training programs available for a plumber?
How long is a license good for and when do I need to renew?
License expires every 2 years
What are fees associated with licensing?