Is a permit required for a wireless or battery operated alarm?


Permits are no longer required for wireless low voltage alarms, access control or cameras. We offer streamline low voltage permitting for wired systems as per FBC 105.17 and Florida State Statue 489.505.

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1. Where are you located and what are your hours?
2. How do I apply for a permit?
3. Can I apply for a permit on my own as a homeowner?
4. Can I check my permit status online?
5. What building code is followed?
6. How much does a permit cost?
7. How do I know that my contractor pulled my permit?
8. How do I know my contractor scheduled an inspection?
9. How can I check to see if my contractor has had any complaints?
10. Does my building permit expire?
11. Can a permit become null and void?
12. Can I request a permit extension?
13. I'd like to know if I have any open/expired permits on my property?
14. I would like a copy of a survey on my property?
15. Can I pay for a permit online or over the phone?
16. Is a permit required for a wireless or battery operated alarm?
17. Do I need anything from my Homeowner's Association (HOA)?
18. Can I start work once I submit a permit application?