If you plan to stack warehoused goods above 12 feet, an Etiwanda High Pile permit will be required by your local fire department. To obtain a permit, you will need to submit certified plans that indicate that the structure is safe. Your local city and fire departments will inspect the plans and issue a permit if all is in order. In most cases, they are likely to require some changes.
When changes occur, the process can get very complex. For this reason, it is best that you hire a professional. In seismic areas, an engineer will likely need to certify that the framing is sound under load. Another requirement is that of an adequate sprinkler system that can help prevent the spread of fires.
Fontana Pallet Racking has 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 Inland Empire.
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.
At Fontana Pallet Racking, our team can 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.