New Mexico Contractor License, State, Exam, Classification
To obtain your New Mexico contractor license the Construction Industries Division requires a trade exam for most New Mexico contractor license classifications, and contractors must submit examination scores before the application is processed.
The reciprocity agreements are for Journeyman electricians only. The states include; Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming.
Every licensed contractor must meet financial responsibility requirements. Contractor’s maximum permit or contract value may be increased at any time but may be decreased only at renewal. If the contractor is using a bond or cash collateral assignment, the company name must read exactly the same as the name on your application. The cash collateral or bond document must be signed and notarized by a bank official or bonding agent.
The State Examination cannot be scheduled until the work history has been verified. The applicant must submit the required work experience affidavit for a specific classification to be approved for testing. We have application packages for every state including some counties. A New Mexico Contractors License School or home study program will be available for exam prep.
Electrical Contractors License Requirements:
A journeyman certificate of competence in the appropriate trade classification for the work to be performed is required of all individuals performing electrical wiring; provided however, that an apprentice may work under the direct supervision of a validly certified journeyman who is employed by a validly licensed person. Residential and commercial electrical wiring 5000 volts, nominal or less. Requires four years experience.
Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors License Requirements:
A journeyman certificate of competence in the appropriate trade classification for the work to be performed is required of all individuals performing mechanical and plumbing work; provided however, that an apprentice may work under the direct supervision of a validly certified journeyman who is employed by a validly licensed person. MM-1. Plumbing. Requires four years experience.
We have application packages for every state including some counties. A New Mexico Contractor License School or home study program will be available for exam prep. If you do not see the state you want to be licensed in, please do not hesitate to call or e-mail.
A1 Contractor Services, Inc will assist your company to obtain a license in New Mexico by:
- Prepare and file complete application package required by the Construction Industries Division.
- Assistance with Work Experience Affidavit for exam approval.
- Register the corporation with the Public Regulation Department and resident agent service.
- Online registration for a State Tax ID number.
- Provide a study program for the New Mexico Contractor License Exam (law & trade).
- Monitor your application until a license is issued.
- Give professional consultation before and after your license number is issued.
- New Mexico contractor exam prep.
Additional New Mexico Contractor License Services:
- Licensed classification determination
- Registered Agent Service
- Replace qualifying party
- Address Change
- City/County Business license
- Permit Information
If you are in need of a New Mexico contractor license contact A1 Contractor Services today. We’re an experienced New Mexico contractor license assistance company with competitive pricing. Contact us today on how to get a contractors license in New Mexico.