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List of the most common Permit Cost by Permit Type. Permit TypePermit CostHouse Re-Pipe$89.60Irrigation$89.60Non-Structural Fence$170.00Non-Structural Prefab Shed 120 SQ FT or lessstarts at $85.0023 more rows
Work that does not require a permit is typically cosmetic, such as: Painting* Tile* Floor coverings including carpet, vinyl, wood, and more. Shelving. Cabinet Work. Wall papering.
Pinellas County requires a permit for any new building, addition, remodeling, demolition, or other work in the unincorporated county that is either in excess of $500.00 or requires an inspection. Below is a list of the most common building permits.
A permit is also needed for installation and replacement of all fence types. You will not need a permit for painting, erecting wallpaper, installing tile/carpeting, replacing kitchen/ bathroom cabinets or fixtures or repairing a very small and minor roof leak less than $500.
Yes, a permit is required to repair or replace your fence. A building permit is required for wood and concrete fences. They are also required for chain-link fences on commercial properties or chain-link fences utilized as a pool safety barrier on residential properties.
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$50 for first $1,000 valuation plus $5.75 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof up to and including $50,000. $331.75 for the first $50,000 valuation plus $4.75 for each additional $1,000 or fraction thereof up to and including $100,000.
If 47or less in height, only a Zoning review is needed. If 48 or more in height, engineering plans need to be provided and both a Building and a Zoning review is needed. Residential floor covering installation or removal such as carpet, tile or laminate. Residential floor sheathing repairs less than 100 sq.
Step 1.To schedule an inspection by phone dial (727) 562-4580 by 12 a.m. (midnight) for next day inspections.
Per structure, based on construction valuation of: $100,000 or less: $33, plus, per $1,000 or value or fraction thereof: $7.25. Greater than 100,000 but not exceeding $500,000: 700.00 Plus, per $1,000 of value or fraction thereof: 6.15.
The inspection is to see if the building has a sump pump, and that the sump pump is not illegally connected to the sanitary sewers. The inspection must be performed before the Village can issue a Real Estate Transfer Stamp.

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