Is a New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor Certification required to work on residential or non commercial properties?

Home improvement contractors are individuals and companies involved in repairing, renovating, modernizing, installing, replacing, improving, restoring, painting, constructing, remodeling, moving, or demolishing residential or noncommercial properties.

Home improvement contractors include those who work on residential driveways, sidewalks, swimming pools, terraces, patios, additions, landscaping, fences, porches, windows, doors, cabinets, kitchens, bathrooms, garages, finished basements, basement waterproofing, insulation installation, roofing and siding, wall-to-wall carpeting or attached or inlaid floor coverings, and more.

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1. Can a homeowner take out his own permit?
2. Can a homeowner prepare his or her own plans?
3. Is a New Jersey Home Improvement Contractor Certification required to work on residential or non commercial properties?
4. Can an owner do work in their own homes?