South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board


Please Note

We are a service company that can help you file with the South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board. We are not associated with this nor any other government agency. We offer paid services and software to help you file. You are not required to purchase our service to file - you may file directly with this agency without using our service.


Contact Information

Physical address:
110 Centerview Dr.
Columbia, South Carolina 29210

Phone: 803-896-4686

Web: Home Name search
Email: contact.clb@llr.sc.gov

Licenses

We track the following licenses with the South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board in order to provide compliance services to our clients. As a client, you see this and other reference data in License Manager in-line with your licenses.

A laptop placed on a desk with our License Manager software on display

South Carolina Fire Sprinkler Contractor License

More Information:

http://www.llr.state.sc.us/POL/Contractors/index.asp?file=pub.htm

Agency:South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board
Fact Checked:4/27/18

Initial Registration

Form:

South Carolina Fire Sprinkler Contractor License

Agency Fee:

200

Fact Checked:1/27/20

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

200

Due:

By July 31 of even-numbered years.

Fact Checked:1/27/20

South Carolina General Contractor License

Agency:South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board
Financial Requirements:

  • General contractors must meet a net worth requirement or submit a surety bond.
  • Net worth requirements vary by group numbers and are as follows: Group 1: $10,000; Group 2: $40,000; Group 3: $100,000; Group 4: $175,000; Group 5: $250,000.
  • For proof of meeting the net worth requirement, contractors in groups 1 or 2 must submit a self-prepared, notarized balance sheet; contractors in groups 3 or 4 must submit a financial statement reviewed on a GAAP basis; and contractors in group 5 must submit a financial statement audited on a GAAP basis.
Bond Requirements:

General contractors must submit a surety bond or meet a net worth requirement. Bond amounts vary by group numbers and are as follows: Group 1: $20,000; Group 2: $80,000; Group 3: $200,000; Group 4: $350,000; Group 5: $500,000.

Notes:

General contractor licenses are issued in 5 different group numbers: Group 1 contractors are eligible to work on projects costing $50,000 or less; Group 2 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $200,000; Group 3 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $500,000; Group 4 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $1,500,000; and Group 5 contractors are eligible for projects of any cost.

Fact Checked:12/4/18

Initial Registration

Form:

Document #165: General and Mechanical Contractor's License - Initial Application

Agency Fee:

$350 if applying during the first year of the biennial license period and $175 if applying during the second half of the biennial license period.

Fact Checked:12/7/18

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$135

Due:

By October 31 of even-numbered years.

Notes:

Licensees in groups 1-4 must fill out the balance sheet attached to the renewal application, and licensees in group 5 must submit a CPA-reviewed or audited financial statement.

Fact Checked:12/7/18

South Carolina Mechanical Contractor License

More Information:

http://www.llr.state.sc.us/POL/Contractors/index.asp?file=pub.htm

Agency:South Carolina Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation - Contractors Licensing Board
Financial Requirements:

  • Mechanical contractors must meet a net worth requirement or submit a surety bond.
  • Net worth requirements vary by group numbers and are as follows: Group 1: $3,500; Group 2: $10,000; Group 3: $20,000; Group 4: $40,000; Group 5: $200,000.
  • For proof of meeting the net worth requirement, contractors in groups 1 or 2 must submit a self-prepared, notarized balance sheet; contractors in groups 3 or 4 must submit a financial statement reviewed on a GAAP basis; and contractors in group 5 must submit a financial statement audited on a GAAP basis.
Bond Requirements:

Mechanical contractors must submit a surety bond or meet a net worth requirement. Bond amounts vary by group numbers and are as follows: Group 1: $7,000; Group 2: $20,000; Group 3: $40,000; Group 4: $80,000; Group 5: $400,000.

Notes:

Mechanical contractor licenses are issued in 5 different group numbers: Group 1 contractors are eligible to work on projects costing $17,500 or less; Group 2 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $50,000; Group 3 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $100,000; Group 4 contractors are eligible for projects costing up to $200,000; and Group 5 contractors are eligible for projects of any cost.

Fact Checked:4/27/18

Initial Registration

Form:

Document #165: General and Mechanical Contractor's License - Initial Application

Agency Fee:

$350 if applying during the first year of the biennial license period and $175 if applying during the second half of the biennial license period.

Fact Checked:12/7/18

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$135

Due:

By October 31 of odd-numbered years.

Notes:

Licensees in groups 1-4 must fill out the balance sheet attached to the renewal application, and licensees in group 5 must submit a CPA-reviewed or audited financial statement.

Fact Checked:12/7/18

Related Government Agencies

Explore other South Carolina government agencies we can help you stay compliant with:


Order Registered Agent Service

In my opinion, their "Human Touch" element is what really makes this company stand out! I wouldn't go anywhere else!
JanaeLaw Offices of Donald W. Hudspeth, PC
It's awesome to know that Harbor Compliance is looking out for my customers' best interests and will only do what's right for them.
RyanFOUR16 CPA
© 2012 - 2021 Harbor Compliance. All rights reserved. Harbor Compliance does not provide tax, financial, or legal advice. Use of our services does not create an attorney-client relationship. Harbor Compliance is not acting as your attorney and does not review information you provide to us for legal accuracy or sufficiency. Access to our website is subject to our Terms of Use and Service Agreement.