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  • 1895guy
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    the town does know that architects don't know dick about making shit stand. they just know how to make it pretty lol. Sorry to any architects but im an engineer... were groomed to butt heads

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  • Mak45
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    I'm not in Brookhaven, but I have applied for a building permit.
    You'll need an architect to draw up the plans/design (unless you can do it) to submit to the town. you will need an updated property survey (unless you have a recent one). If they approve your application & doc's you will get a building permit. They'll give you additional info once you receive you building permit. town inspector needs to be called to inspect different phases the job (footing, framing, electric, etc..) if you're doing the work yourself, you need to be aware/ adhere to the town codes.

    If you intend to sell the house down the road and you don't have a C/O for the structure it could hold up the sale. The town could say fix it or worse- say tear it down because it does not meet code & still hit you with penalties.

    I know someone that built a 2 story garage only to have to tear it down because his neighbor called the town on him. The structure wasn't to code and he built it w/o a permit.
    Last edited by Mak45; 05-21-2019, 09:37 AM.

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  • 1895guy
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    Originally posted by NorthForkSportsman View Post
    We worked on this. Architect was required. Footing depths were critical. Hurricane requirements. Height of chimney. Electrical. Multiple trades were involved. Since you mention you are doing your self you must be very handy and up on regulations.
    is that a built from scratch fireplace or one of the kits. Some of these companies have awesome contractor kits now.

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  • 1895guy
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    i would just do it but my cousins just sold their house in Huntington and it cost them 60K+ to get things corrected because of lack of COs.

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  • 1895guy
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyy3tKPoVvM

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  • Chase
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    Originally posted by NorthForkSportsman View Post
    We worked on this. Architect was required. Footing depths were critical. Hurricane requirements. Height of chimney. Electrical. Multiple trades were involved. Since you mention you are doing your self you must be very handy and up on regulations.
    What he said plus plans for the deck by the engineer or architect and you may have to collect the roof runoff into dry wells. You will need a new survey which they will compare to your existing CO’s. Anything that doesn’t have a CO will need one.

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  • NorthForkSportsman
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    We worked on this. Architect was required. Footing depths were critical. Hurricane requirements. Height of chimney. Electrical. Multiple trades were involved. Since you mention you are doing your self you must be very handy and up on regulations.
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  • bigbore44
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    Originally posted by 1895guy View Post


    Something very similar to this just over an existing deck rather than a patio


    That looks really nice, and a great idea. Best of luck in your endeavor with the town.

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  • -vanguard-
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    Just do it

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  • 1895guy
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    Something very similar to this just over an existing deck rather than a patio


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  • LI Ammo
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    Sorry, I can't resist. I thought in Crookhaven you pin clumps of 100-dollar bills to the front of your shirt and visit the Zoning Board on their coffee break. Or did I get that wrong?

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  • 1895guy
    started a topic School me on permit process brookhaven

    School me on permit process brookhaven

    Hopefully we can limit the sarcasm. Yes i know the town sucks but I have a big deck in the back of my house (i believe that's all properly documented). I want to extend my roof out over it and create a covered deck with a fireplace. I want to do it legit so that i have no worries about it if and when i sell the house. Can someone school me on the process.

    P.s. i plan to do the work myself.
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