Different municipalities in Missouri have varying requirements for property upgrades. As a plumbing service and installation company that is fully licensed, bonded, and insured, it is our responsibility to make sure that you have the right permits for any plumbing installation or upgrade.
Only licensed plumbers can pull permits, so if you choose to do the work yourself or have an unlicensed plumber take care of your new installations, you may run into some trouble when you attempt to sell your home.
So, how do you know if you need a permit for the installation of a new water heater? We’re going to tell you which municipalities in northeastern Missouri require a permit.
- THE CITY OF LAKE ST. LOUIS
You got it. If you have a new water heater installed and you live in Lake St. Louis, you need a permit.
- THE CITY OF O’FALLON
If you live in O’fallon, Missouri and you need a new water heater, you also need a permit.
- CITY OF ST. PETERS
St. Peters Missouri is another municipality that requires a permit to be pulled by a licensed plumber before having a water heater installed.
- CITY OF ST. CHARLES
Yep, St. Charles, Missouri also requires a permit for new water heaters.
- CHESTERFIELD MISSOURI (and all of surrounding St. Louis County)
Every city over the river requires permits for new water heaters, so be sure that you ask your installer if he is a licensed plumber who can pull permits for you!
If you ever have questions about a water heater replacement or a kitchen or bathroom upgrade and the permitting required, we have the answer!! Call us to get an accurate quote and guaranteed excellent workmanship that includes permitting and inspection fees.