Before you build your shed without a permit, it is important to consider the penalties and consequences that can be imposed. Here is what could happen if you build your shed in Florida without a permit.
Consider the following factors before building your shed without a permit:
Obtaining a permit is the first step toward ensuring that your shed is built to code, is structurally sound, and in compliance with your HOA’s standards. Not only does having a permit ensure your legal safety, but it also gives you peace of mind that your shed will be around to serve you for a long time without complaint. If you are looking for a structure that can withstand Florida’s intense climate, turn to the professionals at Superior Sheds.
From sheds and steel buildings to gazebos and carports, Superior Sheds provides a variety of options for versatile and spacious outdoor living and storage. The durable shed models we have to offer include:
This classically styled shed looks like a small home but offers maximum space for your equipment, items, and supplies. The Bungalow requires minimum maintenance throughout its lifetime and is durable due to its lap-sided aluminum exterior and an enamel finish. It offers a variety of options for entryways, garage doors, vents, windows, and any electrical setup.
This rustic, simple shed model is designed with a western style while providing additional storage space. The Country Inn is perfect for those that require or have a deed restriction, and is available in vinyl, perma board, and wood grain siding options.
Providing a contemporary, Floridian feel with inspirational island flair, the Cabana offers porch, Bahama-style windows, and door upgrades for a homier feel.
The experienced staff at Superior Sheds can help you obtain a permit and design a customized shed that fits your style, budget, and needs. For more information on the body, roof, trim, and colors we carry, contact us by calling 1-877-439-7433 to discuss your specific building requirements.