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Air Conditioning Permits
Effective Date: 4/30/2012
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Air Conditioning Permits

Effective Date: April 30 2012

Effective Monday April 30 2012, the application process for all Air Conditioning permits will be changing. As a result of new requirements of the 2010 Florida Building Code, Heating and Cooling Load Calculations will be required at time of permit application. These will be reviewed before your permit can be issued.

For those of you applying in the Permitting Office, please ensure these documents are part of your application. Your application will not be accepted without them. The permit will be reviewed by a plans examiner while you wait.

For those of you utilizing the On-Line application service, you will see some changes in the information you have to submit that will speed up the process. You will also be required to upload the Load Calculations as part of your application. If you do not upload the correct documents, the application will not be accepted. Your application will be reviewed and issued by department staff and you will receive an e-mail when your permit has been issued and you can begin work. These permits will take priority to ensure no delay to your business process.

A Duct Work Certification is required to be onsite at the time of inspection.  This form is available at www.charlottecountyfl.com/BCS/forms.asp. Failure to provide this certification could result in rejection of your inspection.

Should you have any questions, please contact the Building Department at 941.743.1241.
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