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ing to the Florida Building Code, homes in Miami-Dade County require a minimum of R-30 attic insulation.
Permits are needed for a variety of construction projects, from home additions to swimming pools and spas, sheds, pergolas and gazebos, fences, windows, doors and more.
Climate Zone 1 consists of the following south Florida counties: Broward, Collier, Hendry, Lee, Miami-Dade, Monroe, and Palm Beach, and require a minimum R-30 attic insulation. All other Florida counties are considered to be in Climate Zone 2 and require a minimum R-38.
The recommended level for most attics is to insulate to R-38 or about 10 to 14 inches, depending on insulation type.
ENERGYSTAR, recommends an R-value of R-38 for most homes. That translates to about 12 inches of insulation. You can see on Home Depots website how many inches translates to a certain R-Value: 3.5 inches: R-13.
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Residential requirements for insulation are divided by the location in the home. Framed wall insulation must meet or exceed R-13. For block walls, interior insulation must meet or exceed R-7.8, and exterior insulation must be R-6.
To obtain an electrical permit A completed Building Permit Application (yellow form) is required. Select the permit type and the electrical category on the form. An Electrical Fee Sheet must be submitted as part of a permit application. Fee sheets break down the cost of permit by category.

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