Utah Contractor License Center

Helping Contractors For Over 20 Years
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What Do I Need?

All individuals or business entities intending to engage in construction work in Utah must obtain a state issued contractor license. At least one individual must be selected to act as the qualifier for the license, which requires the individual to pass the necessary tests prior to applying for the license. Each license requires a Business Law exam to be passed, and most licenses require a trade specific exam also. All contractor licenses (with the exception of electrical and plumbing) require two years of legally valid experience under a licensed contractor. If an individual’s experience is gained in Utah, then the experience must be either as a W-2’d employee of, or as a registered partner in a licensed company. W-2’s or K-1’s are required as part of the application. If an individual is licensed in another state as a sole proprietor, then Schedule C’s must be submitted with the application. 1099’s are never acceptable. General contractor licenses (E100, B100 and R100) require that at least half of the needed experience is in a supervisory position. Either a 2 or 4 year Construction Management degree accounts for the 1 year supervisory experience requirement for the general classifications.

Utah Contractor License Center can assist you with the steps below:

  1. A desire to change your life and become a trade professional
  2. Determine which license to apply for based on your work experience and the type of work you wish to perform
  3. Study for the exam by using our NO Pass NO Pay Guarantee methods.
  4. Pass the test with PSI
  5. Licensing Application for filing with DOPL
  6. Select a form of company you wish to register as and select a reliable registered agent representative
  7. Register the company name with the appropriate state agency
  8. Apply for a License bond
  9. Apply for a federal employer identification number
  10. If you have employees, provide proof of workers compensation insurance
  11. With an in house insurance agent, we can help obtain the required liability insurance
  12. We can help them apply for the Employer state tax withholding and unemployment accounts
  13. Wait to be issued.
Once you are an approved licensed contractor, you can run your business and we can help you stay in business with our payroll assistance services, insurance and bonding services, legal services and additional licensing services.

Customer service representatives are standing by to answer your questions and get you on the road to success!