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Expert Guidance for Florida Construction Licensing: Simplifying Your Path to Compliance and Success

Nationwide Contractor Licensing Services offers over 14 years of experience navigating the complex field of Florida’s construction licensing. Our team specializes in various licenses, including General Contractor, Electrical, and Handyman Licenses in Florida. We ensure compliance with all state requirements and guide the entire licensing process, from applying to license renewal.

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Electrical Contractors Licensing Board (ECLB)

Electrical, Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm, Limited Energy and Electrical Specialty licenses are reviewed and approved by the ECLB. The board meets every other month at locations throughout the State of Florida. Applications must be submitted by a certain deadline to be reviewed at the upcoming board meeting. Reciprocity: Florida has reciprocity with North Carolina for Unlimited Electrical and Low Voltage Licenses. Florida will also accept an Electrical C-10 license from California. NCL can assist you with the Following Classifications of Licensing:

  • Unlimited Electrical- EC
  • Fire Alarm- EF
  • Burglar Alarm- EG
  • Limited Energy- ES
  • Sign Specialty- ES
  • Lighting Maintenance- ES

Construction Industry Licensing Board (CILB)

*Certified contractors are allowed to contract in any jurisdiction in the state without fulfilling the competency requirements of that jurisdiction.

The Construction Industry Licensing Board reviews and approves all Construction related licenses in Florida. NCL can assist you with the Following Classifications of Licensing:

  • General Contractors
  • Building Contractors
  • Residential Contractors
  • Roofing Contractors
  • Air Conditioning Contractors
  • Swimming Pool Contractors
  • Plumbing Contractors
  • Mechanical Contractors
  • Underground Utility and Excavation Contractors
  • Solar Contractors
  • Pollutant Storage Contractors
  • Specialty Contractors

State Fire Marshal- Bureau Of Fire Prevention

The Regulatory Licensing Section Is Responsible For Enforcing All Laws Relating To The Licensing And Regulation Of The Following Industries: Fire Equipment, Engineered Fire Protection Systems, Explosives And Sparklers.

Office Of Supplier Diversity

The Office of Supplier Diversity works with eligible Florida-based small businesses to process and grant their certification as a minority-owned, woman-owned or veteran-owned business.

A woman, veteran, or minority owned business must be legally registered to do business in Florida, be based in Florida, be 51 percent owned and managed by a woman, veteran, or minority, and have 200 or fewer full-time permanent employees.

Obtaining A Florida Contractor License Is Often A Time-Consuming And Difficult Process

Call The License Application Experts at (954) 233-0222 to handle the Process for you!

New Rule

Grandfathering For Florida Registered Construction License Holders Effective June 1, 2021. For A Limited Time Florida Is Allowing You To Upgrade To State Certified WITHOUT Examination

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At NCL, we have mastered the requirements in every state for all industry certifications, from building contractors to handyman licenses. We ensure our process feels simple without losing effectiveness.

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