I am planning to install a fireplace insert. What forms do I need?


Fireplace insert permits fall under the category of Mechanical Permits. Fireplace insert permits are issued over-the-counter. You only need to submit one form, the Mechanical Permit Application and a site map. 

If you are installing new lines you will need to include the fee for adding the lines. More clearly stated:

  • If you are applying for a permit to just install a fireplace insert, no new propane lines, the fees are:
    • Mechanical Fee
    • Project Scanning Fee
  • If you are applying for a permit to install a fireplace insert with new propane lines, the fees are:
    • Mechanical Fee
    • Propane - Lines, tank and appliance Fee
    • Project Scanning Fee

These fees are listed on the second page of the permit application.

When you come in to submit the permit, bring with you a completed Mechanical Permit Application and site map and be prepared to pay the fees appropriate to your situation.

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