Oklahoma Plumbers

The State of Oklahoma offers history, beauty, and modern convenience all within its borders, so wanting to become a plumber there simply makes good sense. Oklahoma runs all of their plumbing licenses through the Division of Health and they offer the standard package of a journeyman license or a master plumber license. In a unique twist, however, the master plumber is also regarded as a contractor if they pass the business and law exam with their licensure. To take either exam, you must receive a qualification letter from the state.

To qualify as a journeyman plumber, you must provide three years of verified experience that does not involve working with a family member. To take on any work as a journeyman plumber, you must also demonstrate employment through a contractor with your journeyman license.

To become a master plumber, you must have four years of experience in the field. To work as a master plumber as a contractor, you must also be able to post a $5,000 surety bond, apply for worker's compensation coverage through the state, and carry a minimum of $50,000 in general liability insurance.

All licenses are good for one year.

We currently have 641 listings for plumbers and plumbing contractors covering 167 cities in Oklahoma. Please select your city in Oklahoma to see the plumbers, sewer and drain cleaners, and other plumbing realted contractors in Oklahoma.