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I reside in Vermont, and recently found out that Colorado doesn't require a license (in most areas of it) to install and work on heating equipment. In Vermont you need licensing to work on gas, oil, plumbing, or heating. If you are a Master Plumber you can do anything heating, solar, plumbing. Vermont also has a heating specialist who can install heating and water heater. Gas and oil are still a separate license for everyone.
My question is what is the deal in your state, is it like Colorado or Vt or is it something entirely different?