Zoning regulations establish how the land can be used, either for residential, industrial, commercial or recreational purposes, or sometimes a combination thereof. Designed to protect property owners and communities from undesirable or inappropriate land uses and/or construction, zoning laws can be very rigid and inflexible. On the other hand, they can protect your property value and ensure against the stationing of a mega-store right next to your home. Before you begin any remodeling job, determine how your local zoning laws might affect your project. You can visit your local zoning office, city hall or some other local planning board to get a copy of your local ordinance and determine how you will need to seek approval for your project. Take nothing for granted; some communities even require approval to erect fences.
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