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Renovation with Building Permit

Home Renovation is the process of updating or modifying a home's interior or exterior to improve its functionality, aesthetics, or value. When undertaking a significant home renovation project, such as adding a new room or making structural changes, it may be necessary to obtain a building permit from your local government.

A building permit is a legal document that grants permission to carry out construction work on a property. The permit ensures that the work being done complies with local building codes and safety regulations. It also protects homeowners from shoddy or unethical workmanship and liability issues. 

Obtaining a building permit requires submitting detailed plans and specifications for the proposed renovation project to the local building department. The Plans are reviewed by a building inspector, who will ensure that the proposed work meets local building codes and safety regulations. If the plans meet the requirements, the building permit will be issued, and work can commence.

It is essential to obtain a building permit before beginning any significant renovation work, as failure to do so can result in hefty fines, legal liability, and even having to undo the work that has been done. Additionally, a building permit can also add value to your property by ensuring that the work is done to a high standard and meets all safety requirements.




​Step One

Do you need a building permit?

Determine if a building permit is required: Check with your local building department to determine if a building permit is required for your renovation project.

Step Two

Find an appropriate structural desginer

East Home Renovation as a renovation company, we do have our closed working partner the highly experienced and professional structure designer to help you to obtain the building permit. Or, we can work with your building permit that you already obtained accordingly.

Step Three

Receive permit

Once the application is approved, the building department will issue a building permit The permit will include details about the scope of work, the approved plans, and any conditions or requirements that must be met during construction.

Step Four

Begin Work

You can now begin the renovation work in accordance with the approved plans and the conditions outlined in the building permit.

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