NC Landscape Contractor
The North Carolina Landscape Contractors’ Licensing Board is the state governing body that oversees the licensing and education of landscape contractors in the state of North Carolina. This 9-person body is appointed by key legislators and advocates from our industry networking organizations. It is designed for consumer protection and came about due to Chapter 89D of the North Carolina General Statutes, or as it is more commonly referred to, The NC Landscape Contractors Law.
If a landscaper, gardener, or contractor wishes to advertise themselves a licensed NC Landscape contractor they must first acquire the proper license from this licensing board. The licensing board awards licenses to eligible landscapers after they apply. For their application for a license to be granted they must first take and pass the examination.
This NC statute in part reads:
“no person shall engage in the practice of landscape construction or contracting, use the designation “landscape contractor,” or advertise using any title or description that implies licensure as a landscape contractor unless the person is licensed as a landscape contractor by the North Carolina Landscape Contractors’ Licensing Board.”
In addition to this license, licensees can apply for a corporate NC landscape contractor license and operate as a business. Sole proprietors typically operate under their individual NC landscape contractors’ license.
Premier Landscape Management has been a landscape designer for nearly 2 decades. Our staff stays informed about new technologies, current policies and modern designs. We handle all types of jobs including residential and commercial Boone landscaping services. We are a grading contractor in Boone NC, and one of a few landscape companies that offer tree service in Boone NC with tree trimming and other services falling under our umbrella of specialties.
NC Landscape Contractors’ Licensing Board August 2018