How complicated are Code Enforcement Cases?
As I described on my previous article about Municipal Code Violations, according to the Municipal Code, a code violation is anything that threatens public safety and/or the living and working environment. In the case of construction, anything related to remodeling or improving a building without the proper construction permits from the City or County Building Departments constitutes a code violation, even if the home design improvement does not threaten the public in any way. Any home design improvement or construction related change made in any home needs to be submitted at the city for review and approval, no matter who is making the changes or how small they are. For a list of improvements that do not require construction permits click here
Some cases are simple, some are complex but one thing you should know, there is always a way to solve the issues and get approval from the Code Enforcement and Building Departments. That is one of our company’s specialties and even though sometimes it takes a long time and a lot of running around to close a case, there is always a way to find answers on how to fix every violation there is and get a construction permit for the homeowner. Continue reading