Minor Kitchen Remodels are typically same location upgrades.
The work involves:
Typically cabinet refacing and countertop replacement do not require a permit, therefore the permit is pulled as a plumbing, electrical, mechanical permit.
All work is done without moving walls or adding windows or moving appliance locations or plumbing fixtures.
Drawings showing the existing kitchen and the proposed kitchen are generally required. Typically the city wants to see existing and proposed electrical work – including lighting. Show existing and proposed mechanical work (fans, stove hood), existing and proposed plumbing.
Remember – all jurisdictions are different!
One jurisdiction may not even require drawings if the work is all done in the same location.
The next jurisdiction may require two sets of an 11”x17” drawing!
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