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No, however, the replacement hot water heater should be installed in accordance with the 2015 residential building code and include an expansion tank.
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Commercial Properties: Yes.
Residential Properties: Only if structural changes are being made.
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Yes! You will need a mechanical and/or plumbing permits.
Yes, you need a demolition permit to remove an in-ground pool.
Yes, you need building permits to make and upgrades to your basement.
No, as long as you are not changing the structure of the home, a permit is not required!
Yes, call 610-269-1989 for detailed instructions.
Yes, you will need an electrical permit as well as a 3rd party electrical inspection.
Only if you are adding sidewalks/pavers to the property. Please do not landscape in the right of way (near roadways) without consulting with the Township.
Generally, we need two copies of permits. Plans/Blueprints, we require an electronic version.
Yes, you need to dial 8-1-1 and contact the Township at 610-269-1989.