Michigan Plumbers

The qualifications are pretty straightforward when it comes to becoming a plumber in the State of Michigan. As long as you are 18 years of age and can meet the following requirements, then you are able to become a plumber operating legally within the state.

To Become a Journeyman Plumber:

  • You must have completed at least three years of practical work experience as a registered plumbing apprentice working under the direct supervision of a master's level plumber.
  • You must pay the journeyman exam fee of $100 and be able to pass the exam. You can retake the exam as many times as you need to do so, but each time the $100 fee applies.
  • You must pay the $20 licensure fee and renew it every year.
  • Be able to show that you have a valid journeyman plumbing license from another state, and then pay the licensure fee.

To Become a Master Plumber:

  • You must have successfully completed two years as a journeyman.
  • You must pay for the master's plumbing exam, which is $100, and then successfully pass the exam.
  • You must pay for the master's level license, which is $200, and is good for three years.
  • Show that you have a valid master's level license from another state and then pay the licensure fee.

We currently have 2,197 listings for plumbers and plumbing contractors covering 502 cities in Michigan. Please select your city in Michigan to see the plumbers, sewer and drain cleaners, and other plumbing realted contractors in Michigan.