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When a state has no contractor licensing laws...........

Discussion in 'Plumbing Codes' started by jar546, Oct 28, 2018.

  1. jar546

    jar546 *****istrator

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    And sometimes when they do. In this case, they don't in PA.

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    licensing in my opinion has nothing to do with ability to follow code requirements
     
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    Agree with both, but sadly CT has no "building" license at all....But licensed plumbers do that all the time here....They blame the builder for only framing a 2x4 wet wall. I tell them as long as the priced the job for stud shoes, they have no issue then...
     
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    rktect 1 Gold Member

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    We have licensing through the state for plumbers in Illinois and I see the same thing you photographed all of the time.
     
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