Home Improvement Contractor
Pursuant to Public Act 21-37, the expiration date for home improvement contractor registrations has changed from November 30th to March 31st. Please be advised the department has started to transition the expiration date for all applications.
Home Improvement Contractor Registration
Under the Connecticut Home Improvement Act, an individual and/or business is required to register with the Department of Consumer Protection if they are contracting with a consumer to perform work on residential property. Home Improvement is any permanent change to residential property, including but not limited to driveways, swimming pools, porches, garages, roofs, siding, insulation, flooring, patios, landscaping, painting, fences, doors and windows, and waterproofing.
Mail-in Registration Application:
Change, Addition, or Removal of Owner for Legal Entity:
- Law and Regulation
- Home Improvement & New Home Construction in Connecticut (Manual for Contractors)
- Requirements for Radon Mitigation
- Requirements for Removal of Underground Oil Storage Tank
- Information for Home Improvement Contractors
Criminal Conviction Application Worksheet: If applicable, complete and attach the Criminal Conviction Application Worksheet (CHRO) to your application or renewal notice.
If you are unable to access these forms for any reason, you may request a paper copy from the Department of Consumer Protection by e-mailing email@example.com.