Electrician

Electrician

State
Colorado Division of Registrations
State Electrical Board
1560 Broadway, Suite 1500
DENVER, CO 80202
(303) 894-2984
Fax: (303) 894-2310
Masters, Journeyman’s and Residential license required. All require exam plus experience in the field. License and exam fees vary. $50 Application Process Fee. Test Agency $65 plus License if passed.
The State Electrical Board will send a candidate handbook after an application has been approved, which will explain how to schedule for the exam and the required fee.
Cannot have more than one apprentice for each licensed electrician.
Electrical Contractor – registration required. Fee $150 original, $120 renewal. In order to be an Electrical Contractor, you must be a Master Electrician or have an employee with a Master Electrician’s license.
EXEMPTIONS (if less than 50 volts): Security system installation; Burglar alarm installation; Lawn sprinkler system installation; Data processing equipment installation; Communication system installation; Sound recording system installation; Signs
PERMITS: The Colorado State Electrical Board issues permits and performs electrical inspections in locations throughout the state that are not inspected by a local authority. Fees vary with size of building. All public schools and state buildings are inspected by State Electrical Inspectors regardless of the location.

Link:  http://www.dora.state.co.us/electrical/permits.htm


NOTE:  Burglar alarm installation does not require a license from the state; however, it is frequently licensed by local governments.
NOTE:  Fire alarm system installations do not require a license but must be inspected by local (city/county) building department. “FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS” and Contractors are licensed by the Department of Public Safety. See FIRE SUPPRESSION CONTRACTOR
NOTE:  For more information, see CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR

Electrician

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State
Colorado Division of Registrations
State Electrical Board
1560 Broadway, Suite 1500
DENVER, CO 80202
(303) 894-2984
Fax: (303) 894-2310
Masters, Journeyman’s and Residential license required. All require exam plus experience in the field. License and exam fees vary. $50 Application Process Fee. Test Agency $65 plus License if passed.
The State Electrical Board will send a candidate handbook after an application has been approved, which will explain how to schedule for the exam and the required fee.
Cannot have more than one apprentice for each licensed electrician.
Electrical Contractor – registration required. Fee $150 original, $120 renewal. In order to be an Electrical Contractor, you must be a Master Electrician or have an employee with a Master Electrician’s license.
EXEMPTIONS (if less than 50 volts): Security system installation; Burglar alarm installation; Lawn sprinkler system installation; Data processing equipment installation; Communication system installation; Sound recording system installation; Signs
PERMITS: The Colorado State Electrical Board issues permits and performs electrical inspections in locations throughout the state that are not inspected by a local authority. Fees vary with size of building. All public schools and state buildings are inspected by State Electrical Inspectors regardless of the location.

Link:  http://www.dora.state.co.us/electrical/permits.htm


NOTE:  Burglar alarm installation does not require a license from the state; however, it is frequently licensed by local governments.
NOTE:  Fire alarm system installations do not require a license but must be inspected by local (city/county) building department. “FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS” and Contractors are licensed by the Department of Public Safety. See FIRE SUPPRESSION CONTRACTOR
NOTE:  For more information, see CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (303) 892-3840 oedit.info@state.co.us