1. Do I need a license to work in Delaware if I am licensed in another state?
  2. How do I apply for licensure?
  3. Does Delaware have reciprocity?
  4. How long does the licensure process take?
  5. How much does it cost?
  6. Do I need to have a U.S. Social Security Number in order to obtain a professional license?

Question: Do I need a license to work in Delaware if I am licensed in another state?

Answer: Yes. The Delaware Board of Plumbing, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Examiners must issue you a license to work in Delaware.

 

Question: How do I apply for licensure?

Answer: If you want a Master Plumber license, click Master Plumber Licensure. If you want a Master HVACR or Master HVACR Restricted license, click HVACR Licensure.

 

Question: Does Delaware have reciprocity?

Answer: Yes. Reciprocity will be provided for licensed plumbers of other states provided that the standards for licensure in that state are equivalent to Delaware.

 

Question: How long does the licensure process take?

Answer: When all required documentation has been received and the application is complete, it is presented to the Board for approval. Allow 4-8 weeks to receive your license.

 

Question: How much does it cost?

Answer: See Fee Schedule.

 

Question: Do I need to have a U.S. Social Security Number in order to obtain a professional license, permit or registration?

Answer: See Request for Exemption from Social Security Number Requirement .