Who is responsible for pulling the permit?
The person or contractor who will be performing the work usually pulls the permit. Ultimately, however, the owner is responsible for ensuring that all necessary permits have been secured.

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1. As a homeowner doing my own work at my home, am I required to obtain a permit?
2. Who can perform work at my residence?
3. Who is responsible for pulling the permit?
4. Why should my contractor pull the permit instead of me, the homeowner?
5. How long will it take to get my residential permit application approved?
6. Can I do electrical work on my house?
7. How long is my permit good for after being issued?
8. When is a permit required for heating or air conditioning work?
9. Can I install my own irrigation system?
10. Is a permit required for an accessory building (storage shed)?
11. What kind of fence can I build?
12. Can I put a fence in my front yard?
13. When installing a retaining wall on my property, is a permit required?
14. Do I need a fence permit to rebuild or replace a gate?
15. Is a permit required for foundation repair?
16. Do I need a permit to build a deck?
17. My Home Owner's Association (HOA) is telling me that I cannot build my project. Is this true?
18. I have a home business, can I advertise with signs in Highland Village?
19. Is it true that replacing a water heater in my house requires a permit?
20. The plumber told me that my water heater now requires a drain pan. Is that true?