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Dave19
Dave19 Member Posts: 28
When replacing an indirect tank in NH, do you need a plumbers license? If you have an oil or gas license where is the point you're legal to?

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  • lchmb
    lchmb Member Posts: 2,997
    edited April 2016
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    no you do not..do them all the time..can also do direct fired oil and gas units. We replace all close domestic piping necessary to complete the job...There is no oil license required in NH btw...just a gas fitter's license...
    Dave19
  • Dave19
    Dave19 Member Posts: 28
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    Thank you.
  • kcopp
    kcopp Member Posts: 4,443
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    It would depend on the town...
    The more Northern/ Rural parts no...
    South Central parts, Manchester, Nashua and the Seacoast yes.
  • lchmb
    lchmb Member Posts: 2,997
    edited April 2016
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    I've replaced them in all area's listed and never been told I need a plumbers license (which I dont have) and yes I pull permits...Then again..if this is your own residence you do not need a license..King of the home and all that...
  • Dave19
    Dave19 Member Posts: 28
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    I have a gas license, and the "voluntary" oil license in NH. I've done quite a few of these for the company I used to work for, but I never pulled the permit. Somebody in the office always did that. Now I was looking to do them on my own, the legal way.