Plumbing contractors in Nebraska need to get licensed to work in the state. Whether you live in Lincoln, Omaha, Grand Island or another city or county, the resources below will help you get started:
Need of a License: Plumbers are not currently regulated by the state of Nebraska. However, contractors need to register to do business in Nebraska. A contractor is any person who engages in the business of construction and includes subcontractors, general contractors, and any other person arranging for the performance of work on real property.
Construction means work on real property and annexations, including new work, additions, alterations, reconstruction, installations, and repairs on real property that may be performed at one or more different sites but does not include the construction of water wells or installation of septic systems.
Who oversees Registration: Contractors are regulated by the Nebraska Department of Labor.
Procedures for Registering: You can start the application online at the Department of Labor.
Fees: There are fees to register.
Applicable Code: Local municipalities of Nebraska have adopted the International Plumbing Code established by the International Code Council.
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