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Can I, as the property owner, act as the contractor?
Property owners are allowed to act as the contractor for their own residence but if a subcontractor is hired for the plumbing or electrical installation, that subcontractor must hold a license from the State of Colorado.

LUG - Building Department

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1. What can I build on my property?
2. Can I build a cabin with no power, water or heat?
3. How small or large a residence can I build?
4. Do I need a permit for a remodel, basement finish, deck repair or replacement, storage shed, re-roof, furnace, boiler or water heater replacement, wood or gas stove, wood or gas fireplace, pellet stov
5. What work does not require a permit?
6. Does the building permit cover all of the construction?
7. How long is my building permit good for?
8. How much will my building permit cost?
9. What do I need to have completed for a Certificate of Occupancy?
10. Are contractors required to get a Clear Creek County license?
11. What are the code requirements for my re-roof?
12. Can I, as the property owner, act as the contractor?
13. What is my snow load?
14. What is my wind load?