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Old 05-21-2009, 11:50 AM   #1
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ok here it is live in a mobile home in florida and need to build me a 10x10
utitly room, but to get a permit to do this i have to have plans drawed up which i did my self and now need a enneringing stamp,, the problem with that is it cost 3-500.00 just for the stamp, any help on any way cheaper or to get around this.........

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Old 05-21-2009, 12:05 PM   #2
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Nope. Not really. Here in St. Pete, that's not a bad price at all.

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I would definitely pay for someone else to be liable if it took off in the wind and my Homeowner's Insurance wouldn't cover it because I took the cheapest way out. Or so I thought. Be safe, G
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My auto repair station has a sign that reads:

If I do it, $500
If you want to watch, $750
If you want to help, $1000
If you already did the job, and I need to fix it, $2000

Sounds like you already prepared the plans. You may be lucky to get an engineer to fix them (if they need fixing) for $500.
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