Code Violation Removals
You may save money when you DIY, but unless your projects are up to code, you’re flirting with expensive fixes and putting your home and family at risk.
The #1 reason violations arise…
is work being done without a permit. Sure, permits cost money. And if you don’t apply for one, who’s to know?
A lot of DIY homeowners have that point of view, and it’s wrong-headed. Yes, homeowners are allowed to do their own improvements without a contractor’s license, but you still need a permit for many remodeling projects.
That’s important because:
- You’ll know that your improvements are safe and reliable.
- Work that’s not up to code may be discovered by an inspector when you try and sell, putting a big damper on your plans. You may be required to fix any problems (with added expense) before a buyer will consider making an offer. And if your buyer should later discover fixes that aren’t up to code, you could be sued for repairs and damages.
Not all projects require permits and inspections. Start off by inquiring with your local building authority and discussing your project in detail.
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