Certificate of Occupancy

Certificate of Occupancy in Los Angeles

Certificate of Occupancy in Los Angeles

Naturally, every homeowner does everyone to make sure that their property is safe to live in. However, having a certificate of occupancy (CofO) is required for most types of constructions to ensure that it has been inspected by the building department for safety and compliance and no code violations have been found.

Failure to obtain necessary permits or occupy a space without a CofO can result in substantial fines and penalties. We at CCS Inc help homeowners in Los Angeles obtain a CofO for their unpermitted constructions.

No matter what type of structure you need to be declared safe for occupancy, we can work with you at every step of the process from start to finish.

Let Us Help You Obtain a CofO for Your Unpermitted Construction

Reach out to us today and let us know what we can do to help you obtain a certificate of occupancy for your undocumented work.

What is a Certificate of Occupancy?

A certificate of occupancy is an essential document that shows;

· What the structure is used for

· The structure is suitable for occupancy

· The structure complies with all building codes

What is a Certificate of Occupancy
Why Get a Certificate of Occupancy

Why Get a Certificate of Occupancy?

By not obtaining a certificate of occupancy for a structure, you may face the following issues;

· Whopping fines

· Code enforcement action

· A lawsuit by the city

· Forced demolition of the structure

You Can Depend On Us to
Obtain a CofO For

Additions

Additions

Building most types of additions in Los Angeles requires a permit and certificate to occupy the space. Whether you have built a room addition, accessory dwelling unit, loft addition, or garage, we can be of assistance in obtaining the document.
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Conversions

Converting an inhabitable place into a living or habitable place often requires a permit and a CofO. No matter whether you have converted a basement, attic, or garage into a room or ADU, rest assured that we can help you during the process.
Renovation

Renovation

Making significant changes or improvements to your property may require a permit and certificate of occupancy. We can help determine whether your renovation project actually required a permit and subsequently help you in getting it declared safe to occupy.
Change in Property Type

Change in Property Type

All types of properties have their own permitting to ensure that they are used for the purpose for which they were intended to build. Owners who intend to convert their property to a different class will need a CofO. Whether you have built a basement apartment or an ADU that has converted your single-family home into a multifamily property, we can help you in obtaining the document.

Obtaining a Certificate of Occupancy – How We Can Help?

It doesn’t matter what type of unpermitted work you have, we work hand-in-hand with you to make the process of obtaining a certificate of occupancy for it seamless and hassle-free for you.

Application Submission for a Retroactive Permit

To obtain a CofO for an unpermitted structure, you will need to submit an application for a retroactive building permit along with the floor plans, and structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical drawings. From designing the floor plans to submitting the permit application to the building department, we can work with you in tandem to get it retroactively permitted.

LADBS Inspections

LADBS Inspections

Your property must pass a series of inspections that certify that the work done complies with the submitted plans. If your property fails to pass the inspection, you will be provided with a list of items that need to be corrected within a certain amount of time. We can assist you in scheduling inspections and be your liaison with the city inspectors during both initial and final inspections.

Remedial Work

Remedial Work

We will perform any required repair and maintenance and schedule a re-inspection of your property. If everything is fine, it shows that your structure conforms to local building codes and you will be granted your CofO.

Obtaining a Certificate of Occupancy – How We Can Help?

It doesn’t matter what type of unpermitted work you have, we work hand-in-hand with you to make the process of obtaining a certificate of occupancy for it seamless and hassle-free for you.

Application Submission for a Retroactive Permit

To obtain a CofO for an unpermitted structure, you will need to submit an application for a retroactive building permit along with the floor plans, and structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical drawings. From designing the floor plans to submitting the permit application to the building department, we can work with you in tandem to get it retroactively permitted.

LADBS Inspections

LADBS Inspections

Your property must pass a series of inspections that certify that the work done complies with the submitted plans. If your property fails to pass the inspection, you will be provided with a list of items that need to be corrected within a certain amount of time. We can assist you in scheduling inspections and be your liaison with the city inspectors during both initial and final inspections.

Remedial Work

Remedial Work

We will perform any required repair and maintenance and schedule a re-inspection of your property. If everything is fine, it shows that your structure conforms to local building codes and you will be granted your CofO.

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