Most local and fire departments require high pile permits for goods stored above 12 feet. Applying for a permit does have some requirements. In seismic areas, an engineer needs to certify the plans. It may be necessary to have a sprinkler inspection done. The proposed pallet rack layout also needs to be drawn and CAD files generated.
The high pile permit process can take several weeks depending on the how big the project is. It is quite common for cities to request revisions. When changes occur, the process can get very complex. For this reason, it is best that you hire a professional.
We have the in-house expertise when it comes to high pile permits. This ensures that your pallet rack solution meets building codes. It assures that your installation is safe. Our engineers have experience with small and large sites. They have worked with the majority of cities and fire departments in the Los Angeles area.
We charge a onetime fee to prepare and process permits. The fee includes:
You will, however, need to pay the city and fire department fees. The amounts vary from city to city.
Do note that extra charges apply if you make changes after the process has begun.
Our team at Warehouse Racking System is eager to help get you started with a high pile permit, even if you did not buy pallet racking from us! By using our high pile permit service, you can avoid costly revisions as well as delays.