Great thought, and definantly great info....Yes...an electrical license is desirable for irrigators because we all know that electrical conduit makes great irrigation pipe.
Seriously dude....search Google for Minn state regulations or some sh*t.....you're throwing darts hoping one of us is from Minnesota...
Thanks,Thanks to our electrical union (they thought they were going to out smart us) we had to get what is called the Power Limited Technician License (personal lic.). Then you have to get a Technology Systems license (contractor lic.) to license your company. It applies to anything under 30 volts................
And most cities require permits to install the system. But you don't have to have any requirements to do that.
I'm guessing from the LI you are from Texas. Minn is a pretty extreme change. Keep us posted on how the two states differ. Being a right to work state I have no concept of what it is like to deal with a strong union state. Plu I hear Al Franken is or may run for Senator. He'd have a snowballs chance in hell in TX.Thanks,
I've just moved here and have heard that from another contractor.
The only close supplier is John Deere Landscape. I'll try to get some more info from them too.
Just weird that everything I worked hard to obtain doesn't seem to carry weight here.
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If there's any info on where to get the License requirements for MN's PL and CL, let us know.