Do I need a permit to re-shingle my house?

If simply replacing the shingles, then no. If you must replace any sheathing underneath the shingles, which is constituted as a structural change, you will need a permit for that work. For more information, please contact Russell Penn, Building and Code Official, Jeffrey Osborne, Building and Code Inspector, or Nathan Zampogna, Planning Technician 2 at 724-981-0800.

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1. I am building an addition to my home, adding a deck, or putting in a swimming pool, who do I call?
2. Do I need a contractor license?
3. Do I need a permit for changing windows, doors, or installing vinyl siding?
4. Do I need a permit to re-shingle my house?
5. My proposed addition is too close to the property line - is it ok to build with my neighbors permission?
6. Will the City locate where my property pins are located?
7. What are the regulations for fencing? Do I need a permit?
8. My neighbor’s tree/shrubbery is encroaching on my property - what can the City do?
9. Do you have drawings of my property at the City Building?
10. Do you have copies of my deed available?
11. I want to open a sole proprietor business in a leased unit. What do I have to do?
12. Do I need to obtain a permit for a shed?
13. Do I need to obtain a permit to own chickens?
14. Do I need a permit for a home-based occupation?