When do I need a plumbing permit?
A plumbing permit is required to do the following:

Replace water heaters, alter piping inside a wall or ceiling or beneath a floor, and for plumbing in all new installations.

Repair, alteration, or replacement of freeze-damaged or leaking concealed piping, if new piping exceeds 3 feet.

Remodeling or adding on to your one or two family dwelling when existing plumbing is to be relocated. This includes installation of building sewers, water service, and exterior rain drains.

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1. When does my permit expire?
2. When are permits required and who is responsible?
3. Do I need a permit to build a playhouse or a garden/storage shed?
4. When do I need a building (structural) permit?
5. What structural work can I do without a permit?
6. When do I need an electrical permit?
7. What electrical work can I do without a permit?
8. When do I need a plumbing permit?
9. What plumbing can I do without a permit?
10. When do I need a permit for mechanical work?
11. What is mechanical work?
12. Why do I have to buy a permit to build on my own property?
13. How can I see if my contractor is licensed?