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Tennessee Barbers Can Expand Their Services

Barbers in Tennessee can expand the reach of their service by serving clients in their residences.

Previously barbers could only provide in-home services to ill residents.  But a change to TCA Title 62 [with SB0032] will now allow “barbers’ the opportunity to perform in-home services to all residences regardless of the health of the person.”

However, in order to serve customers in their homes barbers must first earn a “residential barber certificate.”  This is in addition to the certificate of registration as a barber.

In order to qualify for a residential barber certificate, the following requirements have to be met:

 

(1). Hold a valid, current certificate of registration as a barber;

 

(2). Pay an application fee in an amount set by the board of cosmetology and barber examiners (the board) by rule, not to exceed the cost of administering the residential barber certification program;

 

(3). Pay an initial registration fee in an amount set by the board by rule; and

 

(4). Undergo and pass an initial inspection of the equipment used to provide residential services, as determined by the board by rule.

This change will make it possible for barbers in Tennessee to reach more customers and grow their business.

 

Sources:
TCA Title 62
SB0032

By Bill Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

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