State offices and all DLLR physical locations will be closed to the public November 26 through November 28, 2014. However, Unemployment Insurance telephone and Web
operations WILL be available on Wednesday, November 26.
DLLR's Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing
What is Home Improvement? - Maryland Home Improvement Commission
The Home Improvement Law defines "home improvement" as the addition to or alteration, conversion, improvement, modernization, remodeling, repair,
or replacement of a building or part of a building that is used or designed to be used as a residence or dwelling place or a structure adjacent to that building; or an
improvement to land adjacent to the building. For more information, please call MHIC at 410-230-6309
In each residence built prior to 1978, the EPA requires anyone performing renovation, repair or painting projects that disturb lead-based paint to obtain an EPA
certification and follow-lead safe work practices. Contractors must (1) provide a copy of EPA's lead hazard information pamphlet to the occupants; (2) contain the work
area; (3) minimize dust; (4) clean up thoroughly; and (5) document compliance. This rule applies to any renovation, demolition, or paint project that affects 6 square
feet of interior space or 20 square feet of exterior space.
For more information, visit the EPA website.
Questions or comments regarding the Maryland Home Improvement Commission
may be directed to email@example.com.
Questions or comments regarding the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing may be directed to
Questions or comments regarding the DLLR website may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.