Kentucky Contractors License

Kentucky Contractors License

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State License Overview


  • Kentucky regulates Plumbing, HVAC, Fire Protection Systems and Boiler Contractors at the State Level.
  • Electrical Contractors are required to be Certified by the State and Licensed at the local level.
  • Pre-Approval is not required for HVAC and Plumbing (Master, Journeyman or Contractor) classifications before testing. Experience/Educational requirements exist.
  • Electrical applicants have Experience/Educational requirements, but do not need approval for testing. It is advisable to verify enough experience in the classification sought before testing.
  • Kentucky regulates Plumbing, HVAC, Fire Protection Systems and Boiler Contractors at the State Level.
  • Electrical Contractors are required to be Certified by the State and Licensed at the local level.
  • Pre-Approval is not required for HVAC and Plumbing (Master, Journeyman or Contractor) classifications before testing. Experience/Educational requirements exist.
  • Electrical applicants have Experience/Educational requirements, but do not need approval for testing. It is advisable to verify enough experience in the classification sought before testing.
  • Applications and information regarding exam details, reference materials, experience requirements and financial requirements are available by selecting the individual courses below.

Kentucky Business & Law


The Business Law exam is required in order to obtain the Electrical Contractors license. Every Electrical Contractor is required to employ a Master Electrician. So, if you are a self-employed Electrical Contractor without additional employees, you must also pass the Master Electrician exam.

Kentucky Commercial


Kentucky Electrical


Kentucky Plumbing


Kentucky Business & Law


The Business Law exam is required in order to obtain the Electrical Contractors license. Every Electrical Contractor is required to employ a Master Electrician. So, if you are a self-employed Electrical Contractor without additional employees, you must also pass the Master Electrician exam.

Kentucky Electrical


Kentucky Plumbing