Residential contractors, remodelers, roofers
Licenses are required for all residential building contractors and remodelers in Minnesota who contract with a homeowner to construct or improve dwellings by offering more than one special skill. Owners working on their own property must also be licensed if they build or remodel for the purpose of speculation or resale. View frequently asked questions about contractor, remodeler and roofer requirements.
Topics for the CCLD Spring Seminar include plumbing in single family homes and analysis of code-complaint residential sunroom construction. Each session includes 3.5 hours of continuing education credits and is offered in-person and online. Learn more and register.
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Insurance deductible rebates for roof repair are not allowed. Additionally, homeowners may cancel any contract for rooﬁng work if their homeowner’s insurance company denies the claim. A recent law requires contractors performing storm repairs to include language about the law's requirements in contracts. Read more.