12 Apr UNPERMITTED ROOF IN DELRAY BEACH
Replacing the roof of a residence or commercial property is an investment that requires research and hiring the correct contractor.
Roofing systems vary, but regardless of the type of roof being installed a permit is always required. Unfortunately, this does not happen for everyone. Sometimes roof permits are left to expire pending inspections or a permit is never issued.
This was the case of one of our clients.
UNPERMITTED ROOF IN DELRAY BEACH
This unfortunate event should not stop a sale of a property. At Aruba, we lay out the options to meet your closing date and building code practices.
For our client in Delray Beach, the thought of how he would resolve this situation was a nightmare. He was preparing to sell his property only to find out the roof had not been permitted.
In less than a month, Aruba was able to coordinate our engineer and roofer to complete exploratory surgery on the roof in order to certify the installation. With a signed and sealed Certified Letter from our engineer, our project manager prepared and submitted an “After the Fact” roofing package to the Palm Beach County building department for approval. As part of our services, our project manager maintained communication with all the parties involved in the sale transaction and building officials until the roof permit was closed.
Note from a satisfied client:
*** Just wanted to comment how your people made this process so easy for the client. I would be glad to be a reference if you need one, though I suspect your reputation proceeds you. Mr. McGraw – Homeowner ***
In our line of work, we experience all types of roofing situations. Our project managers are here to provide solutions and work around the permitting process.
We look forward to assisting you in all your building permit needs.
WE STAMP OUT EXPIRED PERMITS