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North Dakota Contractors License

Since 1993 our company has been helping contractors get their North Dakota state contractors license. With a 99% success rate, our exam prep classes are the best in the industry.

Contractors License Overview

  • North Dakota regulates all contractors doing work where the total cost, value, or price of the job exceeds $4,000. This basic license is obtained from the ND Secretary of State and does not require an exam. However, some trades, such as electrical and plumbing, require additional licenses or registrations.
  • Electricians must apply with the ND State Electrical Board and then pass an exam to become a licensed Master or Class B electrician. Additional paperwork and orientation is then required to become an Electrical Contractor (to do jobs over $4,000).
  • Plumbers must apply with the ND State Plumbing Board and then pass an exam to become licensed for plumbing, sewer and water, or water conditioning.
  • Information regarding exam details, reference materials, experience requirements, reciprocity, and other requirements for obtaining and maintaining a license are available by selecting the license links found below.


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North Dakota Electrical

“Master electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, experience, and technical knowledge to plan, lay out, and supervise the installation and repair of electrical wiring apparatus, and equipment for electric light, heat, and power in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Journeyman electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work.

“Class B electrician” means a person having the necessary qualifications, training, and technical knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment in accordance with the standard rules and regulations governing such work, and shall have eighteen months' experience in farmstead or residential wiring, and shall have passed an examination before the state electrical board based upon the national electrical code as it applies to farmstead or residential wiring.

"Apprentice electrician” means a person learning the trade under the personal supervision of a state-licensed electrician.

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North Dakota General Contractor

Virtually every aspect of commercial, residential and public works construction exceeding $2,000.00 per project requires registration by the state.

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North Dakota Electrical