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Here are a few other cases where you'll probably need a permit: Fences: Not all fences require a permit, but municipalities often place height restrictions on non-permitted fences. ... New windows: Replacing an existing window doesn't require a permit, but cutting a hole for a new window generally does. ... Plumbing and electrical: If you're installing new or removing existing plumbing, a permit is probably required. ... More items...What type of work requires a permit?
A permit is always required for any addition or structural modification to your existing living space. A permit is required for electrical modifications, plumbing work (even replacing that rusty old water heater), window modifications that enlarge openings and for mechanical system installations.Why is a building permit required?
Building permits are written authorizations issued by a city or county to construct a project. They are required for most construction or remodeling projects, in order to ensure the safety of the work and its compliance with building, construction, and zoning codes.When is a building permit required?
A building permit is required when any building or structure is erected, constructed, altered, repaired, removed, or demolished. This applies to work done by a contractor or home owner. There are four types of permits required in residential construction; building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical permits.