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    do you have to hold a contractors license in Ohio to service and install single family furnaces ?

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    Technically, as far as the state is concerned, you do NOT need a state license to work on residential systems. You DO need a state license for any commercial work. Most cities around here require you to have a city license plus bonding/insurance before you do anything. Same for residential installs.

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    since when?
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    State license for Ohio is only required for commercial work.

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    Originally posted by troyorr
    State license for Ohio is only required for commercial work.
    Anything from 1,2, or 3 family dwelling is residental.
    over that you need a state license.

    Although your county or city may require you to register with them. And if thats the case, you may need a license to get registerd.

    And to be registerd you'll need Liability Insurance and maybe bonding.

    Ask your city or county building regulation Dept.
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    The state is a lot more interested in your tax id number,

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    titleless,,,,,,

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    I sure wouldn't want that job.
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