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Streamlining Arizona Contractor Licensing with Nationwide Contractor Licensing

Embark on your contractor licensing journey in Arizona with the expert guidance of Nationwide Contractor Licensing. We focus on simplifying the process for obtaining various licenses for you, in areas such as General Construction License or Handyman License, while complying with the regulations established by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (ROC).

Our knowledge extends to assisting you in becoming a fully registered contractor in Arizona, ensuring every step meets ROC’s compliance standards.

Whether you’re based in Phoenix, AZ, or any other part of the state, our experienced team is here to support you in navigating how to get your contractor’s license. We’re dedicated to walking you through how to get a contractor’s license or acquire a General Construction License, helping you align with the Arizona Contractors License Center’s specific requirements.

Partner with us to successfully fulfill your contracting aspirations in Arizona, backed by a thorough understanding of the ROC’s guidelines

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NCL Can Assist You With The Following Licensing Classifications

  • A-4 Drilling
  • A-5 Excavating, Grading and Oil Surfacing
  • A-7 Piers and Foundations
  • A-9 Swimming Pools
  • A-11 Steel and Aluminum Erection
  • A-12 Sewers, Drains and Pipe Laying
  • A-14 Asphalt Paving
  • A-15 Seal Coating
  • A-16 Waterworks
  • A-17 Electrical and Transmission Lines
  • A-19 Swimming Pools, Including Solar
  • B-1 General Commercial Contractor
  • B-2 General Small Commercial Contractor


  • C-1 Acoustical Systems
  • C-3 Awnings, Canopies, Carports and Patio Covers
  • C-4 Boilers, Steamfitting and Process Piping
  • C-6 Swimming Pool Service and Repair
  • C-7 Carpentry
  • C-8 Floor Covering
  • C-9 Concrete
  • C-10 Drywall
  • C-11 Electrical
  • C-12 Elevators
  • C-14 Fencing
  • C-15 Blasting
  • C-16 Fire Protection Systems
  • C-21 Hardscaping and Irrigation Systems
  • C-24 Ornamental Metals
  • C-27 Lightweight Partitions
  • C-31 Masonry
  • C-34 Painting and Wall Coverings
  • C-36 Plastering
  • C-37 Plumbing
  • C-38 Signs
  • C-39 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
  • C-40 Insulation
  • C-41 Septic Tanks and Systems
  • C-42 Roofing
  • C-45 Sheet Metal
  • C-48 Ceramic, Plastic, and Metal Tile
  • C-49 Refrigeration
  • C-53 Water Well Drilling
  • C-54 Water Conditioning Equipment
  • C-56 Welding
  • C-57 Wrecking
  • C-58 Comfort Heating, Ventilating, Evaporative Cooling
  • C-60 Finish Carpentry
  • C-61 Carpentry, Remodeling, and Repairs
  • C-63 Appliances
  • C-65 Glazing
  • C-67 Low Voltage Communication Systems
  • C-70 Reinforcing Bar and Wire Mesh
  • C-74 Boilers, Steamfitting and Process Piping, Including Solar
  • C-77 Plumbing Including Solar
  • C-78 Solar Plumbing Liquid Systems Only
  • C-79 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Including Solar

The Board of Technical Registration regulates the following professions and occupations: Alarms, Architects, Engineers, Geologists, Home Inspectors, Landscape Architects, and Surveyors.

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