Can I get a refund?
When a permit has either been revoked or a project discontinued or abandoned within 6 months of the issuance of the permit, the permit may be returned to the Building Official for cancellation. If a project is abandoned without notice being made to the Building Official before a 6-month interval has elapsed since the date the permit was issued, no refund will be made. The application fee of your permit is non-refundable and only one-half of the permit fee shall be refunded, providing no work has been done on that permit. A brief written letter stating you would like a refund should be given to the Department of Building Safety, along with the location of the work and the permit number. Your refund, as allowed to by ordinance, will be mailed to you.

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1. When do I need a permit?
2. What is the purpose of a permit?
3. How do I get a permit?
4. What permits are required and how much does a permit cost?
5. Do I need a permit for a shed at my house?
6. Do I need to be licensed to do work?
7. What codes does Nashua use?
8. When were these codes adopted and what were your previous codes?
9. What are the structural loads for Nashua?
10. Do I need a permit to re-roof my home?
11. When will my permit be ready?
12. How do I set up an inspection and can I schedule a time?
13. What do I need for a Certificate of Occupancy (CO)?
14. Can I get a refund?
15. What is your policy on After-the-Fact Permits?