Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 54
PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
CHAPTER 50
INSTALLATION OF HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
54-5017.  Permits — Application — Fees. (1) On and after January 1, 2005, any person, firm, partnership, company, association or corporation entitled to receive a permit, shall make application to the board on a form provided by the board. The application shall require a description of the work proposed to be done, the location, ownership and use of the premises.
(2)  Until fees are established by rule of the board, the following fees shall be paid:
(a)  Residential single and duplex family dwelling, a fifty dollar ($50.00) base permit fee plus an inspection fee of:
(i)   Thirty-five dollars ($35.00) for the first furnace, furnace-air conditioner combination, heat pump, air conditioner, evaporative cooler, unit heater, space heater, decorative gas-fired appliance, incinerator, boiler, pool heater, and similar fixtures or appliances, plus
(ii)  Fifteen dollars ($15.00) for any additional furnace, furnace-air conditioner combination, heat pump, air conditioner, evaporative cooler, unit heater, space heater, decorative gas-fired appliance, incinerator, boiler, pool heater, and similar fixtures or appliances. Fee includes ducts, vents and flues attached thereto.
(iii) Fifteen dollars ($15.00) for the first exhaust or ventilation duct such as dryer vents, range hood vents, cook stove vents, bath fan vents, and similar exhaust and ventilation ducts, plus
(iv)  Five dollars ($5.00) for any additional exhaust and ventilation ducts.
(v)   Fifteen dollars ($15.00) for the first fixture or appliance outlet of the fuel gas piping system, plus
(vi)  Five dollars ($5.00) for any additional outlets of the fuel gas piping system.
(b)  Multifamily, commercial, institutional, industrial and all other installations, a fifty dollar ($50.00) base permit fee for each building, plus an inspection fee based on the selling price of the completed installation including equipment, appliances, piping systems, materials, and labor of:
(i)   Three percent (3%) of the value of the installation through twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), plus
(ii)  Two percent (2%) of the value of installation in excess of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) through one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), plus
(iii) One percent (1%) of the value of the installation in excess of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) through two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000), plus
(iv)  One-half percent (1/2%) of the value of the installation in excess of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000).
(c)  Plan check and technical service, a fifty dollar ($50.00) minimum fee plus fifty dollars ($50.00) per hour.
(d)  Additional and reinspections, a fifty dollar ($50.00) minimum fee plus an additional fifty dollars ($50.00) per hour before approval of the installation if the following services are necessary:
(i)   Trips to inspect when the permittee had given notice to the inspector that the work was ready for inspection when it was not, or if the permittee has not clearly given the location of the installation either by directions or maps, or if the inspector cannot gain access to make the inspection;
(ii)  Trips to inspect corrections required by the inspector as a result of the permittee improperly responding to a corrective notice;
(iii) Each trip necessary to remove a red tag from the job site;
(iv)  When corrections have not been made in the prescribed time, unless an extension has been requested and granted.
(3)  Expiration of permits. Every permit issued by the HVAC bureau or authority having jurisdiction, shall expire by limitation and become null and void if the work authorized by such permit is not commenced within ninety (90) days from the date of issuance of such permit or if the work authorized by such permit is suspended or abandoned at any time after work is commenced for a period of one hundred eighty (180) days. A permit may be renewed for an additional year upon receiving approval from the bureau or authority having jurisdiction, and a fifty dollar ($50.00) renewal fee.
(4)  No permit. Failure to acquire, post and send permit and to pay required fees in the prescribed time may result in the assessment of a double fee. Any additional offenses within a twelve (12) month period for failure to acquire, post and send permit and to pay required fees in the prescribed time shall result in the assessment of a triple fee.

History:
[54-5017, added 2003, ch. 276, sec. 1, p. 740; am. 2004, ch. 308, sec. 12, p. 864.]


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