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Permit Requirements In general, a building permit is required to construct a carport, a garage or a shed. The code also makes no distinction between a prefabricated structure that is delivered on-site completely assembled and a structure that is erected on-site.
Sheds 257 square feet or larger, carports and light- framed garages, all require permits. If the shed does not exceed 256 square feet (examples: 12 ft. X 20 ft. or 16 ft. X 16 ft.), it does not require a building permit.
A permit IS required for... 150 square feet area or less. 5,000 gallons capacity or less. 24 inches deep or less.
Shed Placement Tip #3: Acknowledge limitations Here's a quick look at a few. How far should a shed be placed from property lines? You typically can't build a shed within 10 feet of the rear property line and 15 feet from a side property line. There should be sufficient room between your shed and your neighbor's yard.
Permit Requirements In general, a building permit is required to construct a carport, a garage or a shed. The code also makes no distinction between a prefabricated structure that is delivered on-site completely assembled and a structure that is erected on-site.
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Building permits are required for structures that are attached to an existing structure and for detached accessory structures that are over 256 square feet in area.
Re-Roofing permits are required for all commercial buildings, townhouses, and single-family dwellings when replacing 8 or more sheets of plywood.
Any time you change a wall, you need a permit. It does not matter if the wall is load-bearing or not. If you add walls, remove walls or even change the height of a wall, you need a permit. The same is true if you want to add an opening, or change the size of an existing opening, such as to put in a larger window.
All decks with a floor height of 16 inches above the finished grade requires a permit. Decks that are under 16 inches above the finished grade are considered patios and are exempt from building permits.
Any shed over 150 square feet, or that has an eve height of 8' or more, has a 10' to 20' foot setback from your property lines. Anything over 256 square feet requires a building permit, and a property survey, and the building will need a 10' to 20' setback from your property lines.

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