Are you planning for residential construction in Ontario? Do you know what legal steps you need to take before you start or demolish construction works? The foremost need is to get permission for starting the work.
A house building permit is a formal approval when you want to start a residential or commercial construction, demolition work, or renovation on your property. As a part of the process, iTi Building Permit personnel are ready to survey your plans and ensure that your plans meet the Ontario Building Code and other laws.
iTi Building Permit Designer is a licensed company that strives to bring optimum results to your construction projects. Our team of building surveyors and consultants has immense experience in the business. We offer an assorted range of services, from residential to commercial developments like offices, schools, government buildings, apartments, warehouses, and factories.
A house building permit in Ontario is a must when you:
Construct a new building or add a new structure to your property
Make renovations or repairs
Change the purpose of a structure
Excavate or construct the groundwork
Recurring building construction for professional purposes
Installation, alteration, extension, or repair of a sewage system
Require demolition services
Our team of certified professionals helps you start a residential construction or basement apartment construction with authenticity and fast.
We ensure enhanced safety and security during and after construction.
To file plans with suitable regulators and architects, we have accredited staff members.
We survey everything, including the estimated building materials, and ensure safe and lawful construction materials, techniques, and procedures.
To avoid fines for starting unlawful construction, a residential building permit is a must-have document.
To sell a property legitimately, you must need a building permit.
iTi Building Permit makes sure that you get your plans and permits in the stipulated time so that you can start your residential or Commercial construction in Ontario as soon as possible.