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Also requires an Electrical Permit
Also requires a Building and Fire Permit
Not existing replacements, new in new locations
Also requires a Fire and Electrical Permit
Also requires a Fire Permit
Mechanical Permits are only to be used for the direct replacement of boilers, furnaces, and water heaters in single-family homes only. They cannot be used for any other residential dwelling.
A direct replacement of a boiler, furnace or water heater in any residence other than a single-family home requires both a Plumbing Permit and a Fire Permit. A new installation of a boiler, furnace or water heater in any residence requires both a Plumbing Permit and a Fire Permit.
You can get a Plumbing Permit Application and / or a Mechanical Permit Application from the Division of Inspections or print the Plumbing Technical Subcode Application (PDF) or Mechanical Technical Subcode Application (PDF).