When embarking on construction of new home, it’s important to ensure that you meet all the building codes for your city, county and state. Failure to do so can result in a suspension of your building permit until you comply, creating a costly construction delay.

Among the types of state codes that usually need to be considered are building/dwelling codes, structural codes, plumbing codes, mechanical codes, electrical codes, fire/life safety codes, accessibility codes, and energy codes.

Additionally, since each city may have its own specific building codes, you or your contractor will need to check your city’s municipal codes to ensure your building plans reflect the most current codes.

We’ve guided hundreds of homeowners through the process of building the home of their dreams, so we’re prepared to help our clients maneuver the process – daunting as it may seem!

Our design team is diligent when it comes to incorporating your desires and the mandatory code requirements into your design. Give us a call so we can discuss how to get started researching the codes for your area.

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