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Yes, you need a permit to build or replace a deck, add a roof over a deck or patio, or build a season room (no heating or air conditioning) onto an existing deck.
Yes, you need a permit to build or replace a deck, add a roof over a deck or patio, or build a season room (no heating or air conditioning) onto an existing deck.
Building a deck without a permit can get you into some serious trouble. Some people find out the hard way by having to pay a hefty fine, tearing down their brand new deck or having someone get hurt because of faulty construction. ... Contractors can lose their licenses if they build without permits.
Cost to Build a Roof Over a Deck A covered veranda roof costs $3,000 to $10,000 for materials and labor. It's a large project that requires adding on to the framing, attaching the covering onto the structure of your home and potentially getting a permit from the city. Building permits average between $350 and $1,800.
No Permit Needed You can build decks sized 10 feet by 20 feet, 12 feet by 16 feet, or 14 feet square without a permit, andtheoreticallyif you need a larger deck, you could build adjacent deck frames that each are 200 square feet or less and don't lap continuous decking over them, without a permit.
Installing a porch roof over an existing deck is usually not recommended unless the deck was originally designed to support a future porch. ... Porch decks require 25 additional PSF for roof loads for a total of 80 PSF. As a result, most decks have inadequate footings to support a new porch roof.
Most hand-framed porch rafters are installed at 16" on center along the ledger board. Toe nail the rafters in place to the ledger board. Install the birdsmouth of the rafter to the header with framing nails. Install the plywood roof sheathing over the rafters to create the subroof.
Cost to Build a Roof Over a Deck A covered veranda roof costs $3,000 to $10,000 for materials and labor. It's a large project that requires adding on to the framing, attaching the covering onto the structure of your home and potentially getting a permit from the city. Building permits average between $350 and $1,800.
To tie into the side of an existing roof, put a new roof truss on the walls of the addition, brace it upright, then snap chalklines on the shingles to mark the center line of the new roof valleys, where old and new roofs will connect.
Your porch design may not need a permit -- some cities give you a pass if the porch is less than 30 inches above grade -- but if it does, it doesn't matter who builds it. Even if you decide to work on it on the weekends and do without a contract, you still need the permit.
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