Frequently Asked Questions

Nov. 30 2023 - All Contractor license's expire on Nov 30th of odd years (2023, 2025, 2027)

Each licensee, or the licensee's qualifier, or an officer, director, or supervising individual, as designated by the licensee.

Contractors need 6 hours.
Within that 6 hours 1 hour needs to be energy.
3 hours need to be a live course and the remaining 3 hours can be live or online. 
You may take any class that you would like to renew your license. You do need 1 hour of energy code as part of the 6 hours you take.

At this time none of our 6 hour classes include energy code unless otherwise indicated. However It is available on our online platform separately. You can sign up for that class Here

For an S330 or S410, if you install backflow protectors, you must take 2 hours of backflow as part of the 6 total hours. For an S350 you must take 3 hours (of the total 6 hours) of an HVAC specific class which is directly related to the installation, repair, or replacement of a heating, ventilation, or air conditioning system. This 3 hours includes energy code.
DOPL requires you to take at least 3 "live" credits (webinars or in person) and up to 3 credits online.
You will receive a certificate of completion for your records and we will upload your credits to DOPL. It takes about 5 business days for the credit to be recorded and your renewal to be available. 
In the fall of a renewal year, you will receive a renewal ID via email. Once you receive this you may renew your license.
November 30, of every odd year (2023, 2025, 2027 ext.)

If you renew your license between Dec 1 - 30 there is a $20 late fee added to the renewal fee.

 If you renew your license after Dec 30 there is a $50 late/reinstatement fee added to the renewal fee.

 If your license has been expired for over 2 years then you must reapply for the license.

Click Here and watch the step by step renewal video.