A: You will need a pool permit; if none inflatable pool is over 18 inches in depth. The following requirements also apply: The pool or tub area shall be enclosed by either: a fence or other structural barrier equipped with a self-closing, self-latching gate; or a safety pool cover. If a structural barrier is utilized, such structural barrier shall be a chain-link, ornamental or solid fence or wall, and: if erected on grade, the fence shall be not less than four (4) feet in height: or, if erected on the deck of an above ground pool or hot tub, the fence or structural barrier on the deck shall be not less than thirty-six (36) inches in height.
You are required to obtain a permit or permits for the construction; placement, relocation, addition, alteration, structural modification or remodel of new or existing structure and for the demolition, wrecking or removal of a structure.
When a building is over (200) square feet it requires a building permit and must comply with the building code and zoning ordinances. No permit is required for a portable storage building under (200) square feet (12x16), this applies only when they are no
No building permit is required for the construction of a fence. But the placement needs to comply with the Plainfield Zoning ordinance, please contact the Zoning Department for those requirements. Basically a fence should not interfere or negatively affec
You do not need a permit, if you are simply tearing off the existing or adding a layer of shingles, (The 1 & 2 Family Building Code states, you may add up to three (3) layers of shingles before you have to remove the shingles on any pitch or slope of roof
You will need a pool permit; if none inflatable pool is over 18 inches in depth. The following requirements also apply: The pool or tub area shall be enclosed by either: a fence or other structural barrier equipped with a self-closing, self-latching gate;
If you are the one who is going to do the work, you should be the one to purchase and apply for the permit. If a contractor is hired to do the work, the contractor should be the one to purchase and apply for the permit. Whoever purchases the permit is res