City of Houston Red Tag
We fix code violations, stop work orders and red tags. How to resolve unpermitted work in Houston Habitability Dangerous building permits. Department of Neighborhoods violation fixes.
What is a City of Houston red tag?
The Neighborhoods Inspections & Public Service Department and the Building Code Enforcement Department issue red tags for a wide range of reasons from overgrown grass and unpermitted work to dangerous buildings and code violations. Failure to comply may lead to fines, legal liability and/or liens from the governing jurisdiction.
How do I remove red tag Houston?
The first step to compliance is understanding the problem at hand. Make sure that you read all of the information left by the inspector and document it via photos and notes. Once you fully understand the issue the next step is to develop a plan to address the deficient items and layout a path to project completion. Avoid the headache and give us a call today for your free project proposal.
How to get a building permit after the fact?
It is possible to obtain building permits after the work is done. However, the cost to do so may be higher due to fees associated with the inspections and unpermitted work. The red tag will identify if a permit is required to bring your property into compliance.
What are the consequences if you build without a permit?
It is possible to obtain building permits after the work is done. However, the cost to do so may be higher due to fees related to the inspections and unpermitted work. The red tag will identify if a permit is required to bring your property into compliance.
Projects involving red tags can be very complex and involve many different parties and tasks. Using our engineering and project management background we're able to review the issues at hand and develop a path to compliance.
We have over 8 years of experience removing project holds, red tags and stop work orders. Our ability to resolve complicated projects within the City of Houston and the surrounding jurisdictions has benefited homeowners and builders alike.
The next step after a path to compliance has been developed is to execute your plan. We specialize in not only developing the plan but also executing it throughout every step of the project.