Obtaining Local Building Permits
by 411 on Mar 14, 2013
Construction of new homes and many home improvements require building permits from the local building department. Usually, contractors obtain these permits, because they know permits are required. Check out these tips on how to hire the right contractor for you.
Ultimately it's the owners responsible for making sure the required permits are obtained, and that the final inspection is done when the work is completed.
By not obtaining these permits, fines may occur. Fines usually result when the house is sold, and the new owners will not purchase the property without the correct local building permits. Obtaining permits after any work is completed could result in having the entire project disassembled, and rebuilt.
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