Planning Your Project
Obtaining A Building Permit
Generally, a building permit is required whenever structural work is involved or when the basic living area of a home is to be changed. Separate permits for electrical, heating or plumbing work may be required in some cases. Check with your local department of licensing and permits before the job is started to find out if a building or work permit is required.
If the project does in fact require a building permit, the contractor should apply for it in his/her name. Thus, if the contractor's work does not pass inspection, you can not be held financially responsible for any corrections that must be made. Terms regarding the application of any permits should be outlined in the written contract.
When a government agency issues a permit for home improvement work, it will inspect the work when it has reached a certain stage to make sure it complies with various codes and regulations. It is the responsibility of the contractor to call for these inspections.
SPECIALIZED GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR ALL YOUR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:
WE DO THE FOLLOWING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS:
VMS Construction is based in Saratoga, CA
BONDED AND INSURED
BEEN LICENSED AND DOING BUSINESS SINCE 1999
All Rights Reserved © VMS Construction
Web Design by: US Website Builder.com