Ask your local Building/Plumbing Inspector.
They will have to inspect the final hook up.
Believe me, if you are required in area to get a permit for this work, and don't, it will come back to haunt you. (the day you try to sell or shortly there after).
It is my job to catch people that have done work without permits.
Not because we want the fees, (the fee does not even come close to covering the inspections that are done to make sure you are safe).
The permit makes sure that the system will handle the load.
Do yourself a favor and ask now, before you do the work.
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