File a Complaint Against Your Contractor
To file a complaint against a contractor you have hired, you will need to submit a formal written complaint form. Prior to completing the complaint form, verify the trades that require licensure to ensure we can assist you.
In the event that your contractor is State Certified or your property is located outside our enforcement areas, we may not be able to assist you. It is not due to a lack of concern or desire to resolve your complaint; Brevard County Licensing Regulation and Enforcement has no jurisdiction. Please feel free to contact our office to assist you in determining either issue at (321) 633-2058.
Report Unlicensed Activity and/or Work Without a Permit:
- Contact our office via phone at (321) 633-2058
- Contact our office via Fax at (321) 690-6878
- Contact our office via email at ContractorLicensing@BrevardFL.gov
When contacting our office regarding unlicensed activity or work without a permit, please be sure to have the following information ready for our staff. The complete address where the work is being performed including any suite numbers, the type of work being performed, any vehicles on site, and how many individuals are performing work.
- Cities within Brevard County
- Brevard County Tax Collector
- Brevard County Property Appraiser
- Brevard County Clerk of Courts
- Brevard County Building Code
- Dept of Business and Professional Regulation DBPR
- Division of Corporations
- Division of Workers Compensation
- Construction Licensing Officials Association of Florida Inc.
- Gainesville Independent Testing Services LLC (GITS)
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