When you contract environmental remediation services, you may be concerned about permits that the state of Connecticut may or may not require. Overall, because there are gray areas on if you need a permit for every environmental remediation service in CT, we’ve compiled it by list.
The best thing to do is to work with qualified environmental remediation companies who have years (or ideally decades) of experiences.
However, for the diligent project manager (including CT homeowners) trying to do their own research on environmental remediation permits to make sure they’re in the clear with the state of Connecticut, we have a great list directly from the state of Connecticut.
And remember: environmental remediation permits exist to protect all Connecticut residents by keeping the things we love–from forests to the Sound–safe. Obtaining environmental remediation permits and operating within their regulations is not only the law but a reinvestment in the state.
6 Connecticut Permits That May be Needed in CT for Remediation Services
Sliding patio doors (and glass doors in general) can be a dream in sunny, breezy summer. But come Connecticut winter, they can be a nightmare–leaving homeowners shivering or desperately looking up DIY insulation hacks online. Unless you decide which sliding patio doors are going to function the best for your household, you may end up seriously regretting your decision.
If you’re looking for a home update, or just feel like it’s time to replace your sliding patio doors, we have a guide for CT homeowners based on our years of experience to keep you enjoying them year-round.
How to pick which sliding patio doors are best in CT: 4 Tips
Is your house making strange sounds? With all of the foundation issues involving CT homes in Manchester, Vernon, Rockville, Tolland, and Coventry (just to name a few) when a home is creaking, popping, or making any weird sound it can be stressful–so we wrote a full and comprehensive guide about what different sounds mean and What to do when your house makes noises (no matter what kind of noises!)
We love seeing reviews like this one because after turning around this customer’s bathroom remodel, we were called back for some plumbing help and ceiling repair–so we know we did a great job the first time around!
If you’re looking for plumbing repair in Vernon Rockville, we’re happy to call ourselves your neighbors on this side of the Connecticut River. Normally with plumbing comes a bit of drywall repair (whether that’s for a wall or your ceiling) so here are a few things you can expect when we do a small job like this.
Here are our most-asked questions when clients are looking to compare various plumbing companies:
We love seeing customer reviews like this one for a bathroom remodel in Tolland CT we did for Mariele.
From this review (and many more we receive) ou can tell how frustrating a bathroom remodel in CT can be! It was a big job with a lot of small parts (everything from tiles to painting and even a new bathtub) and we understand why some bathroom remodel companies don’t want to give quotes without making clients jump through hoops because of how many pieces there are.