New Hampshire State Contractor Licensing
Alarm, Fire, Electrical, and General Contracting License
Are you looking for the requirements for a license in New Hampshire? Are you interested in obtaining a contractor’s license in the State of New Hampshire? Will you need help with the New Hampshire reciprocity procedures? Does your business need a qualified listed agent? Do you need help forming a corporation, LLC, or partnership? Does your business in New Hampshire need a surety bond?
Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
The Electricians’ Board licenses or registers those who are performing electrical installations, as defined in RSA 319-C:2,III, for heat, light and power purposes regardless of the voltage. Therefore, it is not the voltage of the circuit that determines the requirements of licensure, it is the type of circuit. For example, no license is currently required for fire alarm installations as these are signaling circuits. Signaling circuits by definition are not considered circuits for heat, light or power purposes.
The categories for licensing are Master, Journeyman and High/Medium Voltage electricians. The Electricians’ Board registers apprentice electricians and high/medium voltage trainees.
NCL offers contractor licensing application assistance in Electrical, Burglar Alarm, and Construction license classifications. We offer over 25 years in the Electrical and Construction Licensing Industry. NCL has the knowledge, resources, and expertise to help get you licensed.
NCL can assist you with the following licensing classifications:
- General Contractor
- Limited Energy
- All Construction related licenses