I'm thinking of remodeling my kitchen – adding new cabinets, new flooring and appliances. I'm thinking of moving the range and electric range switch to gas. Therefore, I have to add a gas line. It also plans to move the dish to another location. Does San Jose require a permit for this? How much does a permit, if necessary, and how long it takes to process. What I discovered was – Yes, this is a kitchen remodeling is Deling intire and gas, electricity, plumbing and we all have to meet the code requirement of the Department of Building and Safety.
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