As homeowners, we often want to fix up or add to our property.  If you want to pursue a home improvement process, it is best to check with the appropriate jurisdiction to see if a permit is required. The jurisdiction may be a town or city or King County if the residence is in an unincorporated area.인천출장업소[카톡: Mo46]{m oo27.c0M}출장오쓰피걸출장서비스보장Y╬↲2019-02-18-17-18인천웃AIJ❈출장소이스홍성출장샵추천동출장마사지╝콜걸만남↶출장샵후기◄인천 There are some basic activities that do not require a permit in King County. On the outside:

  • General landscaping in which weeds are removed in an area less than 7,000 square feet. Larger projects may require a grading and clearing permit.
  • Rockery or retaining walls less than 4 feet high
  • Fences less than 6 feet high
  • Decks less than 30 inches above ground
  • Reroofing using the same material
  • Building a shed with floor space less than 200 square feet. The shed must be at least ten feet from your residence.

On the inside, here are some activities that generally do not require a permit:

  • Replacing bathroom or kitchen fixtures.
  • Interior finish work such as painting, papering or tiling, cabinets or countertops.
  • Window or door replacement where the opening is not increased.

Some activities that generally do require a permit are:

  • Electrical work
  • Adding a new furnace or air conditioning unit.
  • Water heater installation
  • Interior remodels

Every situation may be different, so before starting work, it is best to check out the regulations that pertain to the jurisdiction in which the property is located.

Good luck and have fun with your projects.