Low Voltage License New Hampshire

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In New Hampshire, individuals and companies who wish to install and maintain low voltage systems, including access control, fire alarms, video surveillance, security systems, and structured cabling, must obtain a low voltage contractor license from the New Hampshire Board of Electricians (NHBE).

To obtain a low voltage contractor license, individuals must first meet the following requirements:

  • Have a minimum of four years of experience in the low voltage field
  • Pass a trade examination
  • Provide proof of liability insurance

Companies must also meet the following requirements:

  • Have a minimum of one employee who holds a valid low voltage contractor license
  • Provide proof of liability insurance

Individuals and companies can find the necessary application forms and study materials on the NHBE website. The trade examination can be taken at a testing center designated by the NHBE.

Link to website: https://www.oplc.nh.gov/electricians-board

It is important to note that low voltage license requirements may vary by state and it is always best to check with the state’s specific regulatory body for the most accurate and current information. Additionally, it is important to note that in New Hampshire there is no specific Low Voltage license, the contractor’s license is the only required one to do this kind of work.