Louisiana Plumbing Contractor

This exam is required to be passed to obtain your State license. We stock all reference books in our online store. Shipping is always fast and affordable.

Louisiana Plumbing Contractor
Steps to Success

1. Purchase Books and References.
2. Schedule and pass your State Exams.
3. Submit your application, licensing fee, and proof of insurance to the State.

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About This License

A Plumbing license covers plumbing work including sanitary drainage, water supply, storm drainage, and natural gas piping.

Requirements to Obtaining your License

  • Please note that the Business and Law examination is required for licensure in the State of Louisiana.
  • All applicants who desire to become licensed as a plumbing contractor need to make an application to the board need to state the classification of work the applicant desires to perform from a list of major classifications.

Exam Review, Training, Education

As of this time, we do not offer training for this license. Please continue to check back with us as we are always adding new programs.

Books and References for the Exam

These books are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-952-0910.

Exam Details

  • 80 questions with a four-hour time limit
  • Closed Book
  • Fees included with trade exam
  • Topics include: potable and nonpotable water systems; construction, removal, repair, and maintenance for buildings and premises; sanitary and non-sanitary waste and sewerage construction; removal, repair, and maintenance for buildings and premises.

Continuing Education

None at this time

Applying to Get Your License

$100 license fee. Please call the board to request an application.

State Licensing Board For Contractors
P.O. Box 14419 · Baton Rouge, LA 70898
Phone: (225) 765-2301 · Fax: (225) 765-2431

Reciprocity Agreement

There are formal written reciprocal agreements with the States of Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Utah as well as the North Carolina Electrical Examiners' Board. The Business and Law examination cannot be waived for out-of-state contractors. However, reciprocity is not automatic, applications will be considered on an individual basis.