In some states concretors are required to be licensed to carry out any work in your home. This is to ensure that they have the appropriate training and experience. They will be aware of the latest industry standards and regulations pertaining to their trade. Using an unlicensed tradesperson is unlawful, and could expose your home to poor workmanship.
Concretors should hold a trade specific licence – typically concreting or general concreting. This only allows them to carry out a specific range of work - they are not permitted to carry out works not covered by their licence.
There are a range of concreting licences across all the states, some of which restrict the holder to certain jobs. These include:
Concretors specialise in a range of work related to building and home improvements, including: