State Licensing Guide

Ensure Your Company Complies with State Licensing Regulations

NSCA’s Guide to State Licensing Regulations outlines state laws, regulations and deadlines for installing low-voltage systems in the U.S. The guide provides a glimpse into each state’s requirements for a variety of specialty licenses, license numbers, codes and more.

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State Licensing Guide

This report is designed to provide members of the commercial electronic systems industry with a general reference of state laws that govern the installation of low-voltage systems. It provides a snapshot overview and state code for each U.S. state. The research conducted in this publication reflects changes in state and administrative statutes through December 2014. The Guide to State Licensing is presented for informational purposes only and is not intended to be legal advice. Other laws, rules, and legal principles may apply to your company.

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