Is a Homeowner allowed to do plumbing?
Homeowners are allowed to perform minor plumbing repairs such as repairing faucets, replacing showerheads, install new sinks in old locations or similar repairs. If the work involves installing new drain waste and vent and/or potable water piping for new locations, a licensed plumber is required to perform the work. Work on hydronic heating systems is not considered plumbing for our purposes.

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1. When do I need to obtain a building permit?
2. Do I need to obtain a building permit if I’m just repairing my house?
3. How do I obtain a Building Permit?
4. How long does it take to get a Building Permit?
5. When do I have to go to the Historic District Commission (HDC)?
6. How do I know if my property is in the Historic District?
7. How far from the property line do I have to be?
8. What is a structure?
9. Is a Homeowner allowed to do electric work?
10. Is a Homeowner allowed to do plumbing?
11. Do I need a permit for a shed on blocks?
12. Do I need a swimming pool permit?
13. Where are my Septic Plans?
14. I don't see an answer to my question. What do I do?