Contractors

Are you one of the more than 22,000 registered contractors in the State of Idaho?  

If so, give yourself the edge by becoming a Professional Building Contractor (PBC). As a PBC, you demonstrate your commitment to the industry by meeting minimum training and experience standards not required for state registration. With their knowledge, experience and integrity assured, Licensed Professional Building Contractors distinguish themselves as a cut above.  

By becoming a PBC, contractors also provide assurance to consumers that they are qualified and reputable and stay up-to-date on the latest code updates and issues.  

Consumers want contractors they can trust. Become a Licensed Professional Building Contractor today.  

Forms & Applications to apply for a License

Why become licensed?

Licensure Builds Consumer Confidence.  Disreputable contractors have stigmatized the building industry through highly publicized scams, fraudulent activities and shoddy workmanship that has cost consumers, contractors, vendors and suppliers millions of dollars. Be seen as a contractor people can trust.    

Consumer Confidence Is Good Business. People want to work with professionals they can trust. Your PBC license shows you have the experience and training necessary to do the job.    

Resources

License Classifications & Requirements

Becoming Licensed

Forms & Applications to apply for a License

Licensed Professional Building Contractors Receive 8 Hours of FREE Training. Your license fees include 8 hours of continuing education on code issues at no cost, which allows you to continue to meet the qualifications for on-going licensure.    

Receive Special “PBC Only” Promotional Materials & Information. Licensed Professional Building Contractors receive a unique user name and password that provides access to FREE promotional materials and information on marketing their business.  

What Class License are you eligible for?

 

Upcoming Training...

Online Training Enrollment Form


31st Annual Idaho Energy and Green Building Conference

October 4-5, 2017

Contractor Training
October 18, 2017

Air BalancingCertification
November 8, 2017

Mechanical Code
November 15, 2017

IRC
November 28, 2017

IBC
December 6, 2017

IECC/Lien Laws
December 19, 2017

IDABO Education Institute (Codes IBC, IRC)
January 23-26, 2018

Roof Assembly
February, 2018

Trusses-Engineered Wood/Special Inspections IECC
March, 2018

Smart Home Technology/Concrete
April, 2018

Project Management/Risk Management
May, 2018

 

HERS Rater/RESNET Training

 

What's New...

Building industry groups have been meeting for several months in Boise to work out code adoption issues for 2013. On the table under discussion are the 2012 IBC, IRC, IECC and existing Building codes. To date, it appears that their recommendation is to adopt the 2012 IBC and Existing Building Code, and to look at possible amendments to the IRC and IECC to make them less onerous. Please see the attachments for a progress report and analysis.
2012 IECC Code Amendments
Code Collaborative Mtg Notes

Per-hour formula proposed for building-permit charges

The 2009 building code changes will become effective January 1, 2011 in Idaho

Idaho’s PBCLRB announces the launch of the new Professional Building Contractor license program.

Where to get code books - www.iccsafe.org

New Energy Savings and Discounts...

New Home Incentives

New Homes Heat Pump Water Heater Incentives

New Homes Heat Pump Incentives

Energy Efficient Home Credit

New Homes Whole Home Performance Path Incentives

Tax Credit for Home Builders

 

CLRB is looking for contractor board members