February 12, 2009

DENVER Mud jacking and Foundation repairs; do the Contractors need permits?

Homeowners in Denver, have been asking whether or not they need a permit for certain home repairs. We are going to check with the different Building Departments in and around the “Denver Metro Area” and we’ll keep you updated.

Mud jacking and Foundation repairs were the first jobs homeowners asked about. All of the contractors at http://www.abc123.com/ are licensed and Insured, and they will always pull a permit when one is needed. Failure to do so can result in fines and even having to remove work that's been done.

Mud jacking Contractors in Denver usually don't need a permit if they're raising a concrete walkway. If what their doing is structual on your home, they will get a permit.

Foundation repair contractors in Denver will need a permit in most cases, because they're usually dealing with the structure of your house, and this requires an Engineer or an Inspection by the buildind Department.

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  1. What great timing for this information! We are in the process of doing a few things in the kitchen, and I've been concerned about a permit, and now I'm relieved, I'm legal.
    Please keep the great info coming!

  2. Wow! What great information. I love this site and am glad I found it via Twitter. I have been looking for someone to install shelves in our garage and found it on your site. I also know now more than ever when I need a professional that can be trusted. Keep up with the great blogs!