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Yes. However, tenants are required to submit a signed waiver from the property owner.
No. Commercial property owners must have a licensed contractor do the work.
Yes. Even though the City is not responsible for enforcing HOA rules and covenants you are required to submit an approval letter from your HOA.
Permits remain active as long as work is commenced within 180 days of issuance and an approved inspection is performed at least every 180 days.
If no work was commenced, the permit is voided. If work has commenced the permit becomes invalid. You may be subject to a violation and additional fees. In the event of hardship, please submit an extension request to the Building Department to keep your permit active.
Building permit fees can be found online at www.fortluptonco.gov/956
For after-hour, holiday, or weekend emergency repairs, have the work performed and contact the Building Department the following business day.
No. Carpet installation does not require a permit and therefore does not require contractors to be licensed with the City.