Permit and value for sliding wall divider

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Posted by: from Coquitlam
2/27/2016 at 1:43:33 AM

We want to install sliding glass divided walls / panels to the dining area to convert it into a den.

Will it require a permit? The dining room already has "pre-existing opened up walls" so we are just installing the sliding panel to close the opening (we are not putting up new wall frames).

Aso, if a permit is required, will our place be reevaluated by BC assessment and increase the value? (the living space is so huge we are merging the dinning space into that instead).

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Date/Time2/27/2016 at 6:59:16 PM

No permit is required for such job!

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