Sunday, September 18, 2011

Low Voltage Permit

 When do I need a Low Voltage Permit?

Low voltage electrical permits are needed when installing low voltage wiring in pre-existing buildings. Some examples include:

  • Security Systems
  • Data and telecommunication wiring
  • Media Rooms
  • Low Voltage Lighting

Low voltage electrical permits are not required under the following circumstances:

  • Telecommunications and data wiring in a single-family dwelling or within one unit of a multi-family dwelling
  • Systems connected to an outlet by a plug
  • Installing a new phone
Remember, any work done done without a permit is subject to review and violations can be fined.

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Source: MyBuildingPermit

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