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For any major construction or repairs on your home, permits must be pulled by a licensed contractor. Knowing full well that they will not be able to pull a permit without the proper license, the contractor will ask the homeowner to pull it instead.
Yes a handyman/woman can pull permits for your project if they have a letter from you (the homeowner) authorizing them to act as an agent on your behalf. However, in order to obtain a permit you will need to have drawings done and stamped with a BCIN or Building Code Identification Number.
Well, take a closer look at what you are being allowed to do! Handymen can do repairs all day long. They can do maintenance, minor jobs like installing trim, power washing and staining a deck, trash hauling, touching up paint, or minor dry rot repairs, furniture and cabinet assembly.
Continuing the project with permits For any permit pulled after the fact, you'll face a fine that will double what would have been your initial cost had the contractor pulled it before the work was done. If you don't pull the proper permits, the house likely won't pass inspection should you try to sell it.
For any major construction or repairs on your home, permits must be pulled by a licensed contractor. Knowing full well that they will not be able to pull a permit without the proper license, the contractor will ask the homeowner to pull it instead.
Homeowners may only pull permits themselves if they are performing the work alone or with friends and relatives who are unpaid. For other projects, paying a contractor to pull a permit can save time and money.
If you hired a contractor for your project, it is customary for the contractor to arrange for or, in contractor lingo, pull the permit. This is a good idea because typically the person who pulls the permit is responsible for construction following code.
Some cities even require contractors to pull permits for paid work. Homeowners may only pull permits themselves if they are performing the work alone or with friends and relatives who are unpaid. For other projects, paying a contractor to pull a permit can save time and money.
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