DCP: Spa and Pool Trades Licenses and Scope of Work

Spa and Pool Trades Licenses and Scope of Work

 

 

SP-1 LIMITED SPA AND POOL CONTRACTOR

The holder of this license may perform swimming pool maintenance and repair work, meaning the performance of all plumbing, heating and electrical work necessary to service, modify or repair any swimming pool, hot tub, spa or similar recreational or therapeutic equipment, where such work commences at an outlet, receptacle, connection, back-flow preventer or fuel supply pipe previously installed by a person holding the proper license. Swimming pool maintenance and repair work includes: (1) The renovation or repair of non potable water components of a pool, hot tub or spa, including, but not limited to, the shell, concrete finish or vinyl liner of such pool, hot tub or spa; and (2) the draining, acid washing or backwash filtration of a swimming pool. The renovation or repair of non potable water components of a pool, hot tub or spa required to be installed, renovated or repaired by a licensed plumber or electrician shall not be considered swimming pool maintenance and repair work. The holder of a limited license for swimming pool maintenance and repair work issued pursuant to this section shall not be subject to the provisions of chapter 400, provided such license holder is acting within the scope of the license. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be two (2) years as a properly licensed journeyman or equivalent experience and training. Including the required proof of having obtained the Tech 2 certification or the Certified Service Technician certificate from the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals or have equivalent courses.

 
 

SP-2 LIMITED SPA AND POOL JOURNEYPERSON

The holder of this license may perform all swimming pool maintenance and repair work only while the licensee is in the employ of a SP-1 contractor licensed for such work. The requirements to qualify for this license exam shall be the completion of a bona fide apprenticeship program or equivalent experience and training of not less then 1 year and having obtained the Tech 2 certification or the Certified Service Technician certificate from the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals or have equivalent courses.



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