Mid-Century Modern Addition, TruroMidcentury Living Room, Boston
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Hammer Architects9. You Need PermitsWhether you’re putting in a new fireplace, modifying the roofline of your home, or doing any number of other projects, if you need permits, that’s a good sign that you could use a general contractor. General contractors are well-versed in local building codes and ordinances, and can apply for any permits your project requires. Building Permits: When a Permit Is Required and When It’s Not
For example, new fireplaces always require a permit. In the case of wood-burning fireplace applications, documented conformance to stringent EPA criteria must be available. Here in the San Francisco Bay Area, that roaring wood fire at Christmas is often non-compliant. Forevermore, most chestnuts will roast quietly over natural gas flames.
The owners love to entertain and have guests stay at the house. This large sectional provides a comfortable seat for many.