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Washington Commercial/Industrial Refrigeration Contractor License

The Commercial/Industrial Refrigeration Contractor License allows you to do the following work:

  • Install, alter, and repair refrigeration equipment and systems used for processing, storage, and display of food products and perishable commodities
  • Any related insulation
  • Ducts
  • Blowers
  • Registers
  • Controls over humidity
  • Thermostatic controls for air, liquid, and gas temperatures below fifty degrees Fahrenheit
  • Construction, fabrication, erection, installation, service, maintenance, and repairs of devices, machinery and units, including:
    • Refrigerators
    • Refrigerated rooms
    • Air-conditioning units
    • Insulated spaces

How to Get the Commercial/Industrial Refrigeration Contractor’s License in Washington?

  1. Determine the business type and register with the Department of Revenue:
    • If setting up a sole proprietor or partnership, determine the business name
    • If starting a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or a Corporation, refer to the Secretary of State for information on how to incorporate the business
  2. Complete and get a Washington Continuous Contractor Surety Bond for the required amount
  3. Purchase a general liability insurance policy for the required amount
  4. Fill out an Application for Contractor Registration with notarized signatures. If unsure of how to correctly fill out the application form, the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries offers help with the application and business registration to those who visit their local offices
  5. Gather all the previous documents and send them with the registration fee to:
    Washington State Department of Labor & Industries
    Contractor Registration
    P.O. BOX 44450
    Olympia, WA 98504-4450
    It is also possible to visit a local office to deliver all the documents and fees
  6. Expect a registration card from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries after the application is processed
  7. Note that once the business has been registered, it will be listed in the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries Verify a Contractor, Tradesperson, or Business website