What does "per North Carolina Building codes" mean?
The North Carolina Building Codes are the following: Building Code, Accessibility Code, Plumbing Code, Mechanical Code, Electrical Code, Fire Prevention Code, Fuel Gas Code, Energy Code, Existing Building Code and Residential Code and other which is based on the International Code Council (ICC) and is approved by Department of Insurance (DOI). For more information call the Zoning and Development office at 910-455-3661.

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1. How are plumbing fixture requirements calculated for a project?
2. Do I need a permit to install low voltage wiring (phone & data, fire alarm, HVAC control wiring, etc.) in Onslow County?
3. How do I call in for an inspection on my project?
4. Do I need a permit to build an ADA Accessible Ramp?
5. What will my permit cost?
6. How do I change the general contractor (GC) on my permit?
7. What are the requirements for a new business locating in an existing building?
8. I want to build an addition to my house. Can I do my own electrical work?
9. What time is the inspector coming to do my inspection today?
10. What does "per North Carolina Building codes" mean?
11. Do I need a building permit when building a new deck or deck extension (adding to) when it is attached or detached to my house?