Pulling A Permit In Florida For A Remodel Project

Summer is here and, well, currently, so is COVID-19, so it’s probably safe to say you have time on your hands. So what better time to do a remodeling project for home or office then now! Florida’s permit process, like in many other states, differs by municipalities. It’s wise to do your due diligence studies before breaking ground on your remodeling project.

When Do I Need To Pull A Permit?

By learning what remodeling projects need a permit and what projects don’t need a permit you’ll greatly reduce time and effort. To quickly sum up on the projects that may require permits:

  • Garage Conversion
  • Electrical
  • Roofing
  • Fence
  • Plumbing
  • HVAC
  • Construction
  • Bathroom
  • Deck
  • Shed
  • Pergola
  • Building Inspection Fees
  • Basement
  • Window
  • Demolition

Though, each project is different, it is best to contact a permit specialist to help answer your questions.

Pulling A Permit In Florida

There are over 60 counties in Florida. And if you are a homeowner the chances of you needing to learn all the code regulations for each county is pretty slim. However, if you are a Florida licensed contractor, engineer, builder, architect, or a franchisee owner, then knowing each county code regulations is imperative. But, really!? who has time to deal with pulling permits for a remodel. There are other project deadlines that need to be met and life in general. Alleviate the pressure and let a permit processor handle the paperwork for you – it’ll be less inexpensive this route.

Learn more about Alliance Permitting and see how they can help your remodeling project.

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