Why a Permit?

Covers in Play automatic retractable enclosures are large. They cover swimming pools and patio areas. They protect the area from the elements, rain, wind and snow. They’re strong. They need foundations for the tracks. Most jurisdictions consider them as either additions or accessory buildings. Any construction undertaken on a property affecting an existing building, connecting to or built as an accessory building greater than 100 square feet typically requires a Building Permit from the local Building Department. This ensures that the construction meets all applicable codes and regulations. Permits also ensure that all local Bylaws and Ordinances are adhered to as well.

Covers in Play prepares engineered stamped design drawings for local Permit applications for every project.

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  2. Permit is a proof of legitimacy of business associated by law and standards. It’s not just for requirement purposes but it’s for the safety of everyone. Some business thought that it’s just another costs but it’s mandated by law for safety and for a long term benefits that is soon to be discovered.

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