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No. These activities, as well as minor repairs such as replacing a few shingles on your house, are considered “ordinary repairs” by the state building code and do not require a permit. The code defines ordinary repairs as “Any maintenance which does not affect the structure, egress, fire protection systems, fire ratings, energy conservation provisions, plumbing, sanitary, gas electrical or other utilities.”
Yes. Window replacement is an energy conservation matter covered in the state building code.
Yes. A building permit and electrical permit is required. A plot plan is also needed.
The town does not have its own fence regulations. Tewksbury defers to the state laws on fencing. A permit is not required to put up a fence up to 6 feet in height. However, if the property is located on a corner, the corner clearance regulations in the Tewksbury zoning by-law must be followed.
Yes. A plot plan is required because there are zoning regulations that must be met when adding a structure to your property.