Not unless it is in a county that has adopted the Home Improvement law and they do not have their own HVAC permit and licensing process. Most projects with a cost of less than $25,000 are regulated at the local level. It would be best to contact the county in which the work will be performed. The Board does not have a special HVAC license for small projects, except for the Home Improvement license, which is required only in certain counties. Local municipalities have their own requirements for a license or permit for inspections. The Board has a CMC-C classification for HVAC contractors, which is required for projects in excess of $25,000. CMC (full mechanical) also covers. For small HVAC projects please check with the local municipality for their license, permit and inspection requirements. Contact local government.
Are HVAC contractors regulated by the Board for projects less than $25,000?
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