Thursday, January 12th, severe storms tore through our state. Many Alabamians were victims of these storms that left them with damage to their homes, or completely destroying their homes.
**Don’t become a victim of home repair fraud. Please be cautious of the potential for scams, fraud and incompetent work during post-storm damage cleanup, repair, and rebuilding. We encourage consumers to use licensed home builders as required by law.**
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The deadline for renewals was Saturday, December 31, 2022. If you submitted a paper renewal, the renewal must have been post marked by December 31, 2022.
**Any renewal applications received postmarked after December 31, 2022, will be returned and an expired application and additional fees will be required.**
***If you are inquiring about the status of your license, or you have not received your 2023 license card/certificate yet and your status on our Licensee Search reads “Renewal Timely Submitted,” you have renewed on time, and we are processing your renewal application. As such, your licensure status remains in good standing and you are still considered an active licensee***
Unless exempt, six (6) hours of continuing education MUST be completed before your 2023 license can be issued.
Two (2) of the six (6) hours MUST come from an Alabama specific course.
(You MAY complete your renewal application before CE is completed. However, your license will not be issued until the CE requirement is met)
It's not too late to complete your continuing education. Click here for more information.