What if I have a permit but never called for an inspection?

Generally, permits expire after 60 days if no inspections have been made. In order for the project to be complete, it must pass final inspection. If a permit expires before final inspection, the project is in violation of City codes. If this is your case, call. We will help you reactivate the permit or apply for another with as little inconvenience as possible. Our interest is in seeing your project complete, including the final inspection.

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1. When is a permit not necessary?
2. What permits do I need for remodeling or adding improvements to my home?
3. What are permits, and why do I need one?
4. When do I need a construction permit?
5. Where do I get a permit?
6. How long does it take to get a permit?
7. What are construction hours?
8. What is zoning?
9. What about other approvals or permits?
10. What if I don't get a permit?
11. Who should obtain the permit?
12. Can I do the work myself, or do I have to hire a contractor?
13. What about inspections?
14. What if I have a permit but never called for an inspection?