Do you know when a Permit is Required for Interior Remodels in your area? You might be surprised! Here is a list of Interior Renovations that require you to have a permit in Nassau County.
Permits are Required for Interior Remodels that:
Change the Occupancy Type, Change the Layout of the Exiting Path, Change the Restrooms of a Commercial Structure (Fixtures or Layout), Involve New Walls (Structural Load Bearing or Non Load Bearing) , The Addition of Fixtures that involves New Piping, The Addition of Electrical Fixtures that Involves New Wiring, Replacement of All Cabinets during a Kitchen Remodel, Replacement of More than One Exterior Door or Window, Installation or Replacement of a Suspended Ceiling Grid System, Replacement of Drywall on a Fire Rated Wall or Ceiling, Installation or Replacement of Marble or Ceramic Countertops or Tile.
Permits are Not Required for Interior Remodels that Involve:
Painting, Installation or Replacement of Carpet or Vinyl Tile, Replacement of Plumbing Fixtures that do not Include New Piping, Replacement of Electrical Fixtures that do not Require New Wiring, Replacement of Countertops that are not Marble or Tile, Replacement of a Single Exterior Door or Window.