Depending on the scope of work and certain building types and structures, the Construction Supervisor License (CSL) is separated into three separate licenses:
Restricted CSL: For supervision of construction on two-family dwellings, including accessory buildings and structures.
Unrestricted CSL: For supervision of construction of two-family dwellings, buildings that do not exceed 35,000 sq. ft., agricultural buildings and structures, and walls that measure up to 10 feet.
Specialty CSL: Specialty CSLs fall under an unrestricted CSL, and include such specialty trades as:
- Windows, Doors, and Siding
- Roof Covering
- Solid Fuel Burning Appliances
For more details on the classification of specialty CSLs, go to
Home Improvement Contractor: You will need to register if you will be performing common alterations such as: exterior painting, wallpapering, and deck and patio repairs. In most instances, you will need to be both registered as a Home Improvement Contractor and a licensed Construction Supervisor.
The board also requires licensing for specific trades such as:
- Lead Abatement