08:20AM | 02/02/00
Member Since: 01/18/00
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I am a first time home owner. I am planing to do alot of work around the house.(Total remodel room by room.)I need some help finding some building codes.Are their any on line areas I could check out to help me?Also how much work or little work requires a permit?
Thanks for your time Bingy


11:02AM | 02/02/00
Hi Bingy, check out and select "Build/Remodel" they have some codes listed there. Good luck!


04:59AM | 02/03/00
Member Since: 01/18/00
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Wick thanks for your help. I found alot of helpful info.Now I just got to do the work.
Thanks again Bingy


12:40PM | 02/03/00
Member Since: 03/06/99
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Keep in mind that codes on web sites or on advice from others does not mean it will apply to your state or even to your town. Local building officials have the right to superceed any code to their liking. Most towns have a list of inspection that are required. Basically, any alteration in framing, electrical, plumbing, HVAC needs permits and inspections. Removal of drywall, painting, changing doors and windows usually do not require permits of inspections. Check with local officials. They will tell you what the expect. N.B.-eletric, plumbing, hvac permits need to taken out be licensed contractors, not a homeowner.


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