Our structures come standard with generic drawings upon request. We highly recommend that all customers check with their local building permit office to determine what requirements are required by your local permitting office. Our generic drawings are engineered to meet wind and snow for our coverage areas however some permitting offices require “Site Specific” drawings. Please inquire for more information on site-specific drawings.
All of our structures rely on our general generic engineered drawings that cover our structures to be installed within a certain parameter. Once a building falls outside of those pre-defined parameters then the building may require specific-site plans or wet seal/stamp drawings.
Your local city/township and county will be able to clarify what is required of you to submit to them, if anything.
It is the customer is responsible to handle all permitting requirements, determine if where the structure is to be installed is within code, and provide a level surface area to install the structure ordered. Customers who do not properly handle these items will likely be due extra fees for materials, labor, and other unforeseen expenses.
Major headaches and expenses can be prevented by spending time up-front to check with your local city/township, county and your homeowner’s association restrictions. Marking your order with the local building code requirements will ensure your order is verified accurately and installed successfully within your determined local building codes.