Building a steel pavilion is a great, thoughtful idea. What better way to encourage people to get outdoors and socialize! From concerts and barbecues to birthday parties and basketball games, a steel pavilion is truly a multipurpose facility that will benefit any community or property. But what happens when a permit is required to build a structure in your area? What steps does this add to the process of getting your steel pavilion delivered and installed?
Obtaining a Permit to Build a Steel Pavilion or Other Structure
To find out if a permit is required in your area to build a nonresidential building on your property, you should start by calling your city and/or county officials to ask about building codes. Though it may seem as though building a relatively small structure on your own property would be your own decision, that is rarely the case. Your city or county offices will be able to answer all questions relating to permits and the steps involved in obtaining them.
If a permit is required in your area, you will need to purchase a certified structure from us. What that means is that your steel pavilion or other metal structure comes with engineered drawings of your custom structure that you may submit to your county or city to fulfill the building permit requirements. Your steel pavilion will be made from extra-durable 12-gauge steel, and will have higher wind ratings and snow load ratings than if it were not certified.