Building a simple deck in San Francisco can become a complex project due to San Francisco Department of Building Inspections abundant codes, requirements and restriction. One of these requirements for this particular project is having to build a 1 hour fire wall since the deck abuts the property line.
Roger tends to a lawn that was seeded in the summer and is not doing well; Richard goes over low-budget kitchen upgrades; Tom travels to a futuristic workshop in San Francisco to build a stool
Episode Recap Ask This Old House on TV.com. Watch Ask Tom travels to a futuristic workshop in San Francisco to build a stool using computer-based tools. Mark rebuilds a retaining wall that
The Leaning Tower of San Francisco As SF skyscraper sinks and leans, the number of lawsuits rises Residents mind the cracks in the basement walls of the Millennium Tower and wonder how far their
It's a story as old as cities themselves: prosperity comes to town and triggers a building boom. In modern San Francisco, rows of skyscrapers have begun lining the downtown streets and recasting
property line retaining wall under the building code, i dont think there is a limitation that you would have foundation or an old wall that is being used as a retaining wall. in the san francisco building code it says when youre demolishing buildings, you have
Retaining Wall Code for California. When a Building Permit is Required for Retaining wall? A building permit can usually be issued over the counter when two copies of the following are provided along with a completed permit application: If you are looking for a contractor in the San Francisco bay area to construct your retaining wall
Universal Home Improvements has been building and repairing high quality retaining walls with drainage for 32 years in San Francisco and San Mateo counties. As a local retaining wall contractor we understand all the city and county codes required to build a quality retaining wall that will last for years.
Building permit tips. 05.24.2013, simon Retaining walls that are not over 4 feet in height measured from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall. If this wall is supporting a surcharge, then it will require a permit. for a complete list of rules and regulations please see San Francisco Building Code 106A.2 and 2010 California