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How can a homeowner get a permit?

Completing a permit application. Preparing a site plan for the project. Scheduling an appointment for plan approval. Getting the permit. Scheduling inspections. Complete your project and obtain final city approval.

Can a homeowner pull permits?

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.

Can a homeowner pull a plumbing permit?

Only a licensed professional, or in some cases the homeowner, can pull a plumbing permit. Pulling the proper plumbing permit protects the homeowner or commercial property owner against substandard work, and creates a public record that the plumbing services were completed to local code requirements and inspected.

Who is responsible for pulling permits?

The property owner or a contractor licensed by the State of California can obtain permits. Tenants may obtain a permit if they have the written permission of the property owner and the property owner signs the permit documents. It is always best if a licensed contractor obtains the permit.

What happens if you don't pull a building permit?

Failure to obtain a building permit is a violation of Contractors License Law. Further, construction performed without a permit can expose a homeowner to additional liability and costs.

What is required to pull a building permit?

Fill out an application for a building permit. Create and submit a site plan (may require the assistance of a licensed architect or general contractor) Obtain review by code enforcement staff (may take place in person for small projects but usually requires several days for approval)

Does contractor or homeowner get permit?

The property owner or a contractor licensed by the State of California can obtain permits. Tenants may obtain a permit if they have the written permission of the property owner and the property owner signs the permit documents. It is always best if a licensed contractor obtains the permit.

Are contractors required to pull permits?

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.
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