Indiana Plumbers License

This exam is required to be passed to obtain your State license. We stock all reference books in our online store. Shipping is always fast and affordable.

Indiana Plumbers License and Exam
Steps to Success

1. Purchase Books and 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

Installation, repair, maintenance, and extension of any plumbing system, including drains, waste, sanitary vents, water supply, fixtures, and indirect wastes.

Requirements to Obtaining your License

  • Four years in an approved apprenticeship program
  • Four years (6,400 hours) plumbing work experience
  • Four years plumbing work under the direction of a licensed plumbing contractor

Exam Review, Training, Education

As of this time, we do not offer any review for this exam.

Books and References for the Exam

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

The following references are allowed in the testing center:

Exam Details

  • 90 Questions – Three-hour time limit
  • 70% Correct Required to Pass
  • Exam fee of $138 for Contractors, $90 for Journeyman
  • Topics include - general requirements, fixtures, water heaters, water supply and distribution, sanitary drainage, vents, developed length/isometrics, business and law.
  • After you are approved by the State, Contact ProV at (877) 228-3926

Continuing Education

None at this time.

Applying to Get Your License

The costs are $50 to apply for the contractor exam and $25 for the journeyman exam. The license itself will cost $50 to $100 for the contractor and $15 to $30 for the journeyman depending on whether you get it in an even or odd numbered year. Either license is good for two years.

Indiana also has a Plumbers Recovery Fund which may require you to pay a small fee when you get the license.

If you can prove you have a valid license in a state with qualifications at least equal to Indiana's, you can get an Indiana license without taking an exam. However, you still need to pay the fees.

Reciprocity Agreement

None at this time.