What Florida's Contractors and Subcontractors Need to Know
Any roofing project in Edgewater that involves construction of some sort must adhere to requirements set forth in the Florida Building Code. The Edgewater Building Department is responsible for enforcing these codes. Contractors, therefore, must work closely with the Building Department while developing any roofing project in Edgewater.
Duties of the Building Department include:
- Licensing contractors working in Edgewater
- Reviewing roofing construction or development plans
- Overseeing all roofing projects within city limits
- Approving certificates of occupancy once the roof meets all applicable codes
Why Choose A.A.T. Roofing for Your Project?
There are separate regulations and permits for mechanical, structural, and electrical projects. This means that if your roof employs mechanical functions such as automatic or remote control skylights, or incorporates custom lighting, contractors need to familiarize themselves with the Building Department procedures before any work commences. Building permits will be suspended if contractors do not have the proper credentials or fail to abide by the Florida Building Code.
The professionals at A.A.T. Roofing understand building codes inside and out. Not only are we licensed contractors; we are also a turnkey operation that handles the acquisition of all building permits and certificates you may need no matter the scope of your roofing project or size of your home or facility.
Schedule an Edgewater Roofing Project Today!
From Edgewater's commercial buildings and municipal facilities to residential homes large, small, and in between, A.A.T. Roofing has the expertise and experience required to ensure every project is completed on time and on budget, with all codes covered. Call (386) 767-1886 today to schedule an initial inspection, or visit the City of Edgewater website to learn more about building requirements.