Check for product approval in the State of Florida. You can search for products by FL number or by any search criteria. Each criteria selected narrows the scope of your search so be sure to start broad by selecting only one or two criteria. Add pics from our site the FL#. Enter the FL# and the appropriate code version of the application and click search.
If you are seeking the FL# (State Product Approval Number), select the product manufacturer and the code version and click search. Please note that the default code version is 2010 Florida Building Code which became effective March 15, 2012. Some searches may require you to select more than one criteria to limit large system searches.
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When page opens, across from Product Manufacturer left side — choose (select all). Scroll down to the name of your product or manufacturer. Use other criteria slots listed if necessary to reach your approval information.
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Visit Us: - http://www.pinellascounty.org/resident/codes.htm
Building information, applications for all building permits in unincorporated neighborhoods, and review county codes.
Some of the many listed categories
Contractor Section “online permits”
Residents permit requirements
Dock/ Dredge Permits
Fencing, Decking, Docks, Driveways, Pavers
Utilities, Tree removal
All permits services in the county-wide area for all residential and commercial construction activities.
This includes permits for single family and multi-family homes, pools, screen enclosures, signs and walls, and all commercial and industrial construction. It also includes sub-contractor permits for activities such as electrical, roofing, mechanical, plumbing, etc.
A permit is required by any owner, authorized agent, or contractor who desires to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish, or change the occupancy of a building or structure.
Visit Us: - http://www.pascocountyfl.net/Index.aspx?NID=394
Central Permitting Division’s goal is to provide faster, more accurate processing of applications for building permits while complying with all local land development regulations.
For compliance with floodplain regulations, zoning setback and coverage requirements, comprehensive plan, contractor licensing, and other local regulations. Services are provided in three locations:
The Lee County Department of Community Development maintains a permit center within its central offices in downtown Fort Myers, where personal over-the-counter information and assistance with a wide range of land use, development, building, and zoning permits is available. For major development projects, the Department has a development review process which can be used at an early stage to identify, consolidate, and coordinate the necessary permits and meet the requirements which may apply to the project.
Visit Us: - http://ww3.brevardcounty.us/onestop/home/
In 1991, Brevard County implemented a One-Stop review center to streamline the permit system by providing citizens a central reviewing agency located in one office. At this One-Stop Center, a single permit for construction can be issued for building, landscaping, zoning, environmental resources, drainage, public safety (fire) and driveways.
Reviews the construction drawings for the proposed structure for compliance with local building codes and ordinances. Responsible for issuance of building permit when approvals are documented by all the listed agencies.
Mission: Streamline the permit system by providing citizens a central reviewing agency located in one office
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Bldg. A
Viera, FL 32940
Tel: (321) 633-2072
Together Building the Future of Brevard County!!
After Hurricane Andrew devastated South Florida in 1992, Miami-Dade, Broward, and unincorporated Palm Beach counties passed building codes that required new homes to be built with opening protection (impact-resistant windows and doors, or impact-resistant coverings, such as shutters, for windows and doors). These codes also included standards for how opening protection products would be tested and approved for use. Products approved by the Miami-Dade Building Code pass the strictest tests in the country for windborne debris, pressure and water.
Permits are needed for all construction, repairs and structural changes to any buildings residential or commercial .Permits are also required for replacement of windows and sliding glass doors, as well as screen enclosures, storage sheds and carports of canvas or metal and fencing.
Go online to download permits and other important forms and Information about building in Dade County.