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Roofing licensing, when putting a tarp on a roof, or making small repairs to a roof require a state license and certification?
 

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Every local is different. In some areas you can complete emergency roof repairs on property you do not own, and in others you can't walk thru the door without paying for a permit first.
 

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@criaglist hack , then I won't be hiring you. Based on those comments, because you are not only jeopardize yourself and your business but the, person that hires you, and the future occupant of the place where the roof will go one, Shame on you!!!!!
 

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@criaglist hack , then I won't be hiring you. Based on those comments, because you are not only jeopardize yourself and your business but the, person that hires you, and the future occupant of the place where the roof will go one, Shame on you!!!!!
Huh? Based on the fact that I stated many states require licensing for winterizations?

Or the fact that the banks and nationals don't care? I can't control the banks and nationals. I sure wish I could.

We are licensed to do some things when we are not we hire the professionals who are. I just paid a guy $500.00 for an HVAC inspection because it had to be done by a licensed pro.
 

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NJ requires a contractors license for any work on a residential property if you complete more than $500 (I think) worth of work per year or more. A permit is also required if you are replacing more than 50% of the roof. Patches and small repairs do not require permits.
 

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You a rookie?????😎✌

@criaglist hack , then I won't be hiring you. Based on those comments, because you are not only jeopardize yourself and your business but the, person that hires you, and the future occupant of the place where the roof will go one, Shame on you!!!!!
 

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NJ requires a contractors license for any work on a residential property if you complete more than $500 (I think) worth of work per year or more. A permit is also required if you are replacing more than 50% of the roof. Patches and small repairs do not require permits.
I totally agree with you roof repair experts needs a license to work on any residential or commercial property.
 

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What qualifications do you need to be a roofer?
 
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