Contractors work with all types of materials from wires and metal to wood and plastic. To be a contractor, you need a license to work legally, even for installing drywall.
Our team of contractor licensing experts can help you get your gypsum drywall contractor’s license in Florida and all other states. When applying for a contractor’s license, there are many items and forms that need to be pulled together. If you don’t know how to put a contractor licens application together, there are many ways for things to go wrong, but if you hire our team, we will make the process smooth and simple for you.
We will walk you through each step of the process, complete the contractor license application information for you, and provide you with exactly what you need to gather the supporting documentation for a gypsum drywall license.
We know what the Board is looking for with this specific license.
The legal definition of a gypsum drywall contractor is: “a gypsum drywall contractor is a specialty contractor whose scope of work is limited to the installation of all necessary and incidental metal accessories, including non-load bearing metal studs, runners, hangers, channels, drywall metal suspension accessories and prefabricated ceiling materials; and the preparation of the surface over which drywall product is to be applied. This includes the application of base and finish coats specifically designed for the gypsum drywall products of their own erection. This category shall not include plastering, block, or wood partitions. Nothing in this rule shall be deemed to restrict or limit in any manner the scope of work authorized by law of other contractor classifications.”