Renew My License

The 2020-2022 licensure renewal period has ended for General Contractors. 2021-2023 Mechanical Contractor license renewals will begin in July 2021.

If you did not renew your General Contractor license by January 31, 2021, you must now apply for reinstatement.

Licensure by Reinstatement:

If your license has been expired for more than 90 days, but for less than 4 years, you must complete Doc #165 and submit to the Board with the reinstatement fee with one of the following:

Groups 1 and 2 - Owner Prepared financial statement with an affidavit of accuracy, Document #172; or a Surety Bond Form for General Contractors / Surety Bond Form for Mechanical Contractors

Groups 3 and 4 - Financial statement compiled by a licensed CPA or a licensed PA in accordance with GAAP, including all disclosures required by GAAP or a Surety Bond Form for General Contractors / Surety Bond Form for Mechanical Contractors

Group 5 - Financial statement audited by a licensed certified public accountant or a licensed public accountant in accordance with GAAP, including all disclosures required by GAAP; or a Surety Bond Form for General Contractors / Surety Bond Form for Mechanical Contractors

If your license has been expired for more than 4 years, you will be required to retake the required technical exam(s) through PSI (855-746-8173), www.psionline.com, PSI Candidate Information Bulletin). Thereafter, follow the instructions above in submitting the application, financial document, and fee.