Alaska Residential HVAC Mechanical Administrator

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Alaska Residential HVAC Mechanical Administrator
Steps to Success

1. Purchase Books and other references.
2. Schedule and pass your state exams.
3. Submit your application, licensing fee, and proof of insurance to the State.

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About This License

Residential HVAC work includes the installation, alteration, or retrofitting of fuel gas piping downstream of the gas meter, or fuel tank and fuel oil piping that is integral to work on an HVAC system for a single-family dwelling or a duplex dwelling not exceeding three stories; and warm air heating systems not exceeding 240,000 B.T.U./hour input. A mechanical administrator licensed in the residential HVAC category may supervise, in accordance with AS 08.40.400, the installation or retrofitting of all plug-in type electrical control panels and apparatus, and may supervise the retrofitting of all control wiring of 48 volts or less, in a residential single-family dwelling or a duplex dwelling not exceeding three stories so long as those modifications do not alter the electrical characteristics of the mechanical system or controls. The original installation of control wiring, or the alteration or retrofitting of controls and control wiring that alters the electrical characteristics of the mechanical system, must be supervised by an electrical administrator licensed in the appropriate category under 12 AAC 32.

Requirements to Obtaining your License

  • Licensees must possess a valid state of Alaska business license which is issued separately for $50 per year.
  • An applicant for a mechanical administrator license in the residential HVAC category shall furnish proof satisfactory to the department that the applicant has practical experience as a journeyman in residential HVAC work for at least two of the four years immediately preceding the date of the application.

Exam Review, Training, Education

We do not offer training for this license at this time, please check later as we add more content.

Books and References for the Exam

They are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-952-0910.

The following references are permitted to be taken into the examination.

References not allowed during the exam

  • Modern Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, 20th Edition
  • HVAC Duct Construction Standards, Metal And Flexible – 3rd edition
  • Residential Oil Burners, 3rd Edition

Exam Details

  • 100 questions and a time limit of 240 minutes
  • Topics include: Alaska Statutes and Regulations, Burners, Controls, Air Conditioning Systems, Fuel Piping/Storage, Chimneys, Sheet Metal/Duct Systems, Testing and Inspections, Evaporative Cooling
  • A score of 70% is needed to pass.
  • Exam fee is $150
  • The exam is given by PSI 800-733-9267

Continuing Education

8-hours of continuing education per renewal.

Applying to Get Your License

New applications, $300 ($50 - nonrefundable application fee, $250 license fee). For changes, see fee schedule. Check or money order should be made payable to the State of Alaska.

Department of Community & Economic Development Division of Occupational Licensing
Contractor Registration Section
PO Box 110806
Juneau, AK 99811
(907)465-8443

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Applications

@ Home Prep- a division of Stautzenberger College can assist you by saving you time and money. With our years of experience, we can quickly and accurately submit your application to your state.