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Professional licensing in Wisconsin is handled by the Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS), and this agency regulates more than 200 categories of licensees in the state through several boards, councils, and advisory committees. These licensees include professionals like architects, engineers, building inspectors, and land surveyors. The DSPS is also responsible for the maintenance of safe and sanitary conditions in both public and private buildings in the state. A contractor in Wisconsin is any individual that performs home and property improvement work. Contractors in Wisconsin are required to obtain both business licenses in the form of dwelling contractor certificates and personal licenses in the form of dwelling contractor qualifier certificates issued by the DSPS. These certificates are mandatory for all contractors with the exemption of HVAC contractors, who are only required to register with the DSPS instead.
The cost of hiring a contractor in Wisconsin is dependent on factors like the type of project and the amount of work required to complete the job. Expertise and reputation may also determine the cost of hiring a contractor in some cases.
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