Expired Permits Hillsborough County | When to Get a Permit for Home Renovations
Expired Permits Hillsborough County | Hillsborough County requires approval or permits for the majority of construction and renovations. The same rules and regulations apply to hired contractors as well as do-it-yourself homeowners. We’re going to talk about:
- what work is exempt from permits.
- how to obtain permits when necessary.
- how to keep from having expired permits in Hillsborough County.
What work is exempt from permits?
Cosmetic work to a home does not usually require the application for a permit. This would include the following updates to a home:
- Tile work/back-splash
- Floor changes, such as carpet, wood, and vinyl
- Wall paper
If you are searching for a contractor for this type of work, check the database of contractors to determine if they are licensed or not.
The process of obtaining a permit
Submitting an application is the first step of obtaining a permit. However, the application and information provided must be reviewed and approved. All fees must be paid in full. Then a permit will be issued. Additional information provided for the permit will be contingent upon the type of permit being requested. The following checklists are provided on the Hillsborough County website. They address the additional information that would need to be provided by the applicant:
- After The Fact Permit
- Mobile Home for Private Property
- Re-Roof Inspection Worksheet
- Single-family Residence/Duplex
- Swimming Pool Checklist
- Townhouse/Single-family Attached
Hillsborough County does not require certain permits for projects in existing homes. Requirements change when addressing new residential structures. All standalone permits that aren’t attached to a general building permit will expire 180 days from the date they were issued.
Beryl provides the essential project management services that encompass all aspects of renovations, including permits and proper documentation. You can rest assured that, with Beryl, you’ll have everything you need to prevent having any expired permits in Hillsborough County.