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Yes, any pool the can hold 24” or more of water is required to have a building and zoning permit.
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Yes, for overlay or strip and replace, however the code limits roof overlay to a maximum of two layers total.
Yes, the only code that must be followed is the new replacement window must meet a .35 U factor (U-factor is how well the window insulates. The lower the U-factor the better)
Yes, there are two criteria to determined what type of window you may need, it is classified by what wind zone you are in either 110 mph or 120 mph.
Please call the office for a determination 401-348-2547
Yes, a building and zoning permits are required regardless if it is the same size or smaller.
No, a building permit will only be required if you alter (add or remove an existing wall)
However a plumbing and electrical permit may be needed if you are adding new electrical or relocating plumbing.
No, whether tile, hardwood, vinyl or laminate no permit is needed.
Yes, building and zoning permits are required.
No, however the zoning department has height limits on fences according to your zoning district please contact the zoning office for the proper answer. 401-348-2549 * please be advised we recommend that you install the fence enough on your property that you can perform maintenance without trespassing.
Yes, permits are needed for roof mounted and ground mounted arrays. * Residential ground mounted arrays will need zoning approval, Commercial arrays whether roof or ground mounted will need zoning and local Fire District approval .
Yes, building and zoning permits will be required.
Yes, building and zoning will be needed required.