So what happens if you do a panel upgrade without a permit and get caught? Or any work for that matter
Oh I know I have some flogging comin. Ive been an Electrcian for 6 years in commercial. Just never had a reason to get my license
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I only have experience in SoCal and metro Detroit. Both of those places could care less, get caught, you pull the permit, case closed.T Healy said:Yes it is, that's why the fines are only possibilities. Their way to "walk softly and carry etc..."
Did one in 2011, just did more work at the same place. Inspector went in and blew up. I had forgot to get a permit for the panel change. I really did forget, or it got missed somehow. It cost double here when they catch it(after 14 days).Incubus311 said:
Depends on where it is in PA .... many areas do not have permits.
A different animal altogether. They will hang, draw and quarter you there. :whistling2:Its in NJ