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Check with the local authority as to whether a permit is required to build a patio. A permit isn't automatically required to build an on-grade patio, whether it's concrete, brick or any other material. Requirements vary widely in local governments, ranging from relaxed to stringent.
Yes, You Probably Need a Permit Whether you need a permit for sidewalk repairs will generally come down to where you live. In fact, local county laws, city laws, and subdivision restrictions may differ on the permitting process.
Yes, You Probably Need a Permit Whether you need a permit for sidewalk repairs will generally come down to where you live. In fact, local county laws, city laws, and subdivision restrictions may differ on the permitting process.
The good news is that many concrete installations at or just above grade will not need a permit. Don't give in to the temptation to just skip the permitting process entirely, though -- you could end up with a citation; retroactive permit costs; fines; and perhaps difficulty in financing, insuring, or selling your home.
Permits By Mail. DOT accepts and processes applications by mail for sidewalk repair by private homeowners. If you are using a contractor to make the repairs, the contractor must file for the permit. To apply by mail, completely fill out and sign the Application for Roadway/Sidewalk Permit (pdf).
Do I need a permit? A building permit is required to repair and/or replace porch components if the porch of an occupied single family home is less than 50 square feet and less than 6'0 off the ground no permit is required. You can obtain a permit through the Easy Permit Process.
In general, paver patios do not require permits, because they are not considered permanent structures. That is assuming they are built per manufacturer recommendations on compacted gravel and screeded sand.
The potential consequence of failing to obtain a permit is tearing up your new construction and starting from scratch. In fact, many people hire a friend or family member to build a carport, pergola or verandah without considering that work done without a permit is considered illegal.
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