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PermitUsNow Provides Texas Homeowners Tips on When a Plumbing Permit is Required

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HOUSTON, Feb. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Permit Us Now is providing practical tips to homeowners in Texas that have busted water pipes due to the recent winter freeze. Millions of Texas homeowners were without water last week due to the dangerous winter freeze and today, many are still without water due to busted water pipes. Across the state of Texas, licensed plumbers are fixing and installing new water pipes for homeowners.

PermitUsNow goal is help minimize any further pain and hit to the pockets of Texans by providing practical tips when repairing busted water pipes. For example, a plumbing repair permit is required if the work is extensive and beyond the minimum length of water pipes that is specified a minor work by your local City Permitting Center. Make sure to speak with licensed plumber before any work starts. A repair permit is not required with minor plumbing repairs, and when replacing sheetrock and fixing cabinetry.

"We live in Texas and we experienced power, water, and cellular outages like many of our neighbors. When we received numerous calls and emails from homeowners that were looking for plumbers due to busted water pipes, we decided to issue a bulletin that highlights when a permit is required for plumbing repairs." Moruf Jimoh, AAIA, Technical Manager, PermitUsNow

I was born and raised in Texas and what I know for sure is that Texans help other Texans! And sharing our permitting expertise to homeowners, and even Contractors in Texas handling repairs to houses is one way that PermitUsNow is stepping up to make a difference." Helen Callier, President, PermitUsNow

PermitUsNow is a recognized leader in the construction industry that does business across the state of Texas and writes helpful articles in SubContractors USA and permitusnow.com on obtaining building permits. More tips on when to pull a plumbing repair permit are on web site.

About Permit Us Now

Founded in September 2016, Permit Us Now is the go-to one-stop building permitting firm that helps Architects, Engineers and Contractors to save time and money plus start construction in a timely manner. Permit Us Now covers over 400 jurisdictions in Texas and expedites permits in LA, AR, OH and in other states. Permit Us Now has offices in Houston, Dallas, and Austin, Texas. Permit Us Now manages permitting from design phase to close out for commercial, institutional, and residential projects with a team of recognized experts. Permit Us Now was also recently recognized by H-E-B Grocery as a Success Story and by Subcontractors USA for innovation in the construction industry.

Through its parent company, Permit Us Now is a certified minority and woman-owned business through the City of Houston and NMSDC. Clients of Permit Us Now include H-E-B, JOERIS, Burns and McDonnell, United Airlines, Crystal Clean, BrakeCheck, and CVS.

Learn more on Permit Us Now, LLC, visit http://www.permitusnow.com or follow @permitusnow, on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Media Contact:

Helen Callier, President



281.312.9981 Mobile |

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