Texas Jurisdictions Permitting Tracking Summary

June 4th, 2021

Construction Lumber

Time is money so let me get right to the point on the connection between high lumber prices and building permits. It is no secret that since early 2020 lumber prices have increased to their highest point in history. High lumber prices combined with some jurisdictions taking much longer than usual in completing plan reviews and issuing permits, caused many contractors to make tough business decisions. Here are three real situations that the PermitUsNow team has heard over the last 6 months…

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April 15th, 2021

Single Family Home After a Storm

Devastating storms such as hurricanes, tornados, floods from thunderstorms and the recent Texas freeze create a bonanza of work for Contractors. From blown off roofs to busted pipes to fallen sheetrock, Contractors rush in to assist homeowners in repairing damage homes. Challenges often crop up during construction and some Contractors scratch their head on how to proceed in obtaining the proper permits. Below are questions that The PermitUsNow team has received from Contractors over the…

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March 27th, 2021

Permit Us Now logo

FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Media Contact: Helen Callier, President 281.312.9981 Mobile | helen@permitusnow.com Permit Us Now Featured by H-E-B Grocery as Diverse Supplier Success Story HOUSTON, Texas (March 25, 2021) – Permit Us Now, a building permitting expediting firm, was selected by HEB, one of the largest independent grocery chains in the U.S., to be featured in a video on HEB’s Supplier Diversity website as a small and diverse supplier success…

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February 22nd, 2021

Freezing temperatures in Texas

As I write this article, millions of my fellow Texans are still without power and attempting to stay warm huddled inside their homes. Others have sought shelter at warming centers to weather the freezing temperatures and to protect their family. Just like the Texas electrical grid’s, managed by the Electrical Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), infrastructure failed, some houses in Texas were not built to withstand freezing temperatures for any long period. As a result, water pipes…

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February 16th, 2021

Construction Development in Texas

In many markets across the United States, Construction Project Executives are being challenged more and more to start construction on time and within budget. Recent construction industry studies show that building permits are causing significant delays and much pain for Project Executives. Avoid unnecessary delays. In “The Essential Guide for Construction Project Executives to Pulling Permits Fast”, I dive into the six tips you should consider after receiving jurisdiction rejection…

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