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Because you are a Licensed Plumbing Contractor, Licensed HVAC Contractor or Licensed Electrician!
PHCEid is increasing public awareness that it is illegal to perform workmanship without the proper license or certification. Register now to get your Certification Marks.
Place decals on your trucks to let the public know you are Licensed. Get other gear such as uniform patches to promote you are properly Licensed. Be easily recognized and valued by the public as a Licensed Professional. Wear it proud!Get Your License Certification Mark Now
Only Registered Licensed Contractors are allowed to use the License Certification marks to display on vehicles, uniforms, advertising and more. Only Registered Licensed Contractors can purchase Licensed truck decals, license plates, ID badges, Uniform patches and more.
Licensed Certification Marks make Licensed Contractors highly visible to the public. You are Licensed – show the Public!Get Your License Certification Mark Now
Are you Okay with unlicensed people practicing illegally in your space?
As a united front of Licensed Contractors, we stand against fraudulent workmanship and unlicensed people who are doing work illegally.
Licensed Contractors have the proper education, experience and license to avoid installation mishaps that compromise comfort, safety, and the environment.
Join Now and Get Listed in the online Directory. You will be Recognized for your License status. Put Your License Certification Mark on Your Vehicles, Uniforms, Office apparel, and paperwork.Get Your License Certification Mark Now
PHCEid is increasing public awareness that it is illegal to perform Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical work without the proper licensing and certification.Find Licensed Contractors
A quick way to check if a contractor is licensed would be by simply asking for their license. Qualifying contractors are proud to be licensed and should be very willing to share their license with you as evidence they are qualified for the job. More reluctant “contractors” should raise a few red flags!