West Virginia Division of Labor Plumber Certification are the ones who you must apply with to become a licensed Plumbing Contractor or Journeyman Plumber in West Virginia. The classifications and experience necessary to be certified, through July 1, 2009, without written examination are listed below: Master plumber means a person with at least twelve thousand (12,000) hours of plumbing work experience and who is competent to design plumbing systems, and to instruct and supervise the plumbing work of journeyman plumbers, and plumbers in training. Journeyman plumber means a person qualified by at least eight thousand hours (8,000) of plumbing or related experience and who is competent to instruct and supervise the work of a plumber in training. Plumber in training means a person with interest in and an aptitude for performing plumbing work but who alone is not capable of performing plumbing work, and who has fewer than eight thousand hours (8,000) of plumbing experience (excerpt from West Virginia Division of Labor Plumber Certification 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.
West Virginia Plumbing License Links:
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|West Virginia Plumbing License Forms||Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors Association|
|WV Plumbing License Overview||American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE)|
|WV Plumbing Forms||United Association|