3Brevard County Licensing Regulation & Enforcement is the agency responsible for licensing and regulating construction businesses and professionals in Brevard County, Florida. Our goal is to ensure the contractors performing construction activities are properly licensed and insured for consumer protection and contractor compliance.
4County and State LawsPursuant to Brevard County Code of Ordinance Chapter 22, Article VI and Florida State Statute 489 Part 1 and 2, contractors must hold a Certificate of Competency License (Certified License) and proper insurance in order to conduct business as a contractor.
5County Certified Trades General ContractorMechanical ContractorBuilding ContractorPlumbing ContractorResidential ContractorRoofing ContractorAlarm I ContractorSheetmetal ContractorAlarm II ContractorSolar ContractorDrywall ContractorSpecialty Structure Contractor (Aluminum)Electrical ContractorSwimming Pool ContractorElectrical Sign ContractorSwimming Pool Service ContractorLimited Energy System Contractor (Low Voltage)Swimming Pool Finishing Sub-ContractorHARV Unlimited Contractor/Air Conditioning AUnderground Utility ContractorHARV Limited Contractor/Air Conditioning BMarine Contractor
6State Certified Trades General ContractorResidential Solar Water Heater Specialty ContractorBuilding ContractorResidential ContractorRoofing ContractorAlarm I ContractorSheetmetal ContractorAlarm II ContractorSolar ContractorDemolition Specialty ContractorSpecialty Structure Contractor (Aluminum)Drywall ContractorSwimming Pool/Spa Commercial ContractorElectrical ContractorSwimming Pool/Spa Residential ContractorElectrical Residential Specialty ContractorSwimming Pool/Spa Servicing ContractorElectrical Sign Specialty ContractorSwimming Pool Decking Specialty ContractorGas Line Specialty ContractorSwimming Pool Excavation Specialty ContractorGlass & Glazing ContractorSwimming Pool Finishes Specialty ContractorHARV Unlimited Contractor/Air Conditioning ASwimming Pool Layout Specialty ContractorHARV Limited Contractor/Air Conditioning BSwimming Pool Piping Specialty ContractorIrrigation ContractorSwimming Pool Structural Specialty ContractorLighting Maintenance Specialty ContractorSwimming Pool Trim Specialty ContractorLimited Energy Systems Specialty Contractor (Low Voltage)Tower Specialty ContractorTraditional Thatched Structure Specialty ContractorMarine ContractorMechanical ContractorUtility Line Specialty ContractorPlumbing ContractorUnderground Utility Contractor
7HIRE LICENSED CONTRACTORS HIRE THE PROFESSIONALHIRE LICENSED CONTRACTORS
8Consumer Beware! Avoid Potential Pitfalls Unlicensed contractors are uninsured and incompetentHomeowner’s insurance will not pay for damage or poor workmanship caused by an unlicensed contractorBEWARE of the so called “Handyman”A Business Tax Receipt (formerly known as an Occupational License) issued by the County is NOT a Contractor License!Don’t be victimized by someone making door to door solicitationDon’t pay cash, don’t let payments get ahead of the work completed, don’t pay the full cost of the job up frontGet at least 3 bidsAvoid owner/builder permits, keep the responsibility where it belongs, with the contractor
9Consumer ComplaintsLicensing Regulation and Enforcement mediates consumer complaintsYou may contact us at (321) , or obtain a complaint form online at
10Report “Unlicensed” Activity Call our office at (321) to inform us of the address and type of work being performedCalls can be anonymous
11Brevard County Contractor Online Search To ensure your contractor is licensed, search our website atClick on the yellow hard hat image (left hand side of page)Search by:Contractor License NumberBusiness NameContractor Last NameContractor TradeOr call (321)