7 Or More Things You Need To Know About Building Permits

Dated: 02/19/2015

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Thinking of doing some work on your home this spring? Or perhaps you’re adding a garden shed to the backyard? Maybe you’re wondering for which projects you need a permit? The City of Boise provides a great FAQ with all of the info regarding building permits that you need to get started on your next venture. Some of the things on this short, 2 page fact sheet we didn’t even know! And even if you’re not starting a project any time soon, it’s not a bad idea to familiarize yourself with some of this info!

This fact sheet can be found on our website, www.thinkingboise.com, under “Resources” and then under “Buyers”.  It’s titled “Homeowner’s Guide to Building Permit Process”. Let us know how we can help you with your next home project! We have a tried and true list of contractors and vendors that we’re happy to share with you!

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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