Vermont Division of Fire Safety are the ones who you must apply with to become a licensed Plumbing Contractor or Journeyman Plumber in Vermont. The purpose of these rules is to protect and improve the general health and welfare of the people of theState of Vermont in the fields of environmental sanitation, water treatment, domestic supply and hydronically related hot water heating, by authorizing and enforcing rules and regulations for properly designed, acceptably installed and adequately maintained plumbing, water treatment and hydronically related water heating systems and by licensing qualified plumbers and qualified heating and water treatment specialists. These rules shall apply to all public buildings, whether or not connected to public water systems or public sewage systems, and to all other buildings or facilities connected to a public water or sewage system. Owner-occupied single family residences which are not on public water systems or public sewage systems are not covered by these rules. Existing public buildings, and all other existing buildings or facilities which are on public water systems or public sewage systems must comply with these rules whenever the plumbing in those buildings or premises is changed, replaced, or altered (excerpt from Vermont Division of Fire Safety official website).
To find the requirements to pass their state exam, the cost of their plumber license, license exam and renewal fee, please contact them directly as it can vary from year to year.
Vermont VT Plumbing License Links:
|We have found these links to various plumbing organizations, valuable on learning the trade and requirements necessary to succeed as a plumber. We have also included direct links to your local state’s website on how to locate their plumbing license information. Government websites are at times updated, therefore if you discover any links that are currently not working properly, please contact us so we can correct them. Thank you.|
|Vermont Plumbing License Application (pdf)||Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors Association|
|Vermont Plumbing License Renewal||American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE)|
|Vermont Plumbing Work Notice||United Association|
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