The state Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing has fined a company and an individual $100 each in separate cases of doing construction work without a license.
The fines settle separate charges of unprofessional conduct brought against the contractors, licensing orders said.A Murray air conditioning company, Johnson Air Control Inc., performed electrical work to install an air conditioning unit at a Taylorsville residence, a petition said. The company is licensed to do only sheet metal, refrigeration, air conditioning and plumbing, not electrical work.
The installation also violated several provisions of the National Electrical Code, the petition said.
In addition to the fine, Johnson Air also agrees to refrain from doing electrical or other work the company isn't licensed to do, the order said.
Rey D. Longhurst, West Jordan, has also agreed not to represent himself as a licensed contractor or do work for which a license is required until he obtains a license, an order said.
Longhurst advertised himself as a licensed plumber and submitted a bid for a project in 1989. Long-hurst's work on the project did not pass inspection, a petition said.