San Diego Housing Commission (SDHC) requires appropriate permits to be obtained for all major construction projects to ensure that every building meets the zoning and safety standards and is safe for the occupants. Failure to obtain the necessary approvals may lead to code enforcement action that may result in fines, penalties, and even criminal prosecution. Luckily, San Diego allows property owners to legalize their unpermitted construction by obtaining a retroactive building permit, which means you won’t have to undo the work performed altogether. For years, we at SD CCS have been helping the property owners in the city to legalize their unpermitted constructions. Whether you have an ADU, room addition, loft addition, or second-story addition built on your property without required permits, we can provide you with the most economical and least invasive solution to bring it into compliance.
Some of the important reasons why you should legalize your unpermitted construction include;
Bringing an unpermitted construction up to the current codes and standards can be a complex endeavor. However, we work with you throughout the way to make things as stress-free for you as possible. Here is what we do to obtain a permit after the fact;
No matter what type of construction you have on your property, you can leverage our extensive knowledge and experience to obtain compliance. Reach out to us today to get started on legalizing your unpermitted construction.