If you want to design your dream outdoor atmosphere, you need to double down on some important details. Gazebos are a great installation option for businesses and residences alike, but they come with specific requirements that every property owner must be aware of.
If you have your eyes set on commercial or residential gazebo installation, here’s what you need to know about securing a permit.
Many government offices consider gazebos to be an accessory structure, or an extra structure added as an accessory to the primary structure of the property. Other examples of accessory structures include:
Building permits are typically required for all accessory structures, because they ensure that each addition maintains the region’s building codes. The government creates these standards to preserve the safety and wellbeing of everyone on the property and its neighboring citizens.
Not all permit requirements are the same. In fact, the necessary qualifications for gazebos can vary greatly depending on some different factors, such as:
Fortunately, professional providers can manufacture your addition with your state’s property codes in mind. This prevents you from running into any issues with the shape, size, or structure of your newest outdoor addition, and it will simplify the approval process.
Once you’re ready to start your permit application, you’ll be required to submit some documents along with your application. Here are some important documents to gather when applying for your accessory structure permit.
If you’re unsure about any of these documents or what they mean for your application, contact a trusted gazebo provider for expert insight.
At Superior Sheds, we manufacture each commercial and residential gazebo to meet the standards of Florida’s Building Codes. And, our team issues sealed drawings of each gazebo to make the permit process as smooth as possible for businesses and homeowners. We’ll also deliver and install the fixture to meet Florida codes and prevent you from running into any permitting problems in the future.
For more information, contact the team at Superior Sheds today.