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Consumer FAQs

Program: The term for the group of Board(s), Advisory Committee(s), or Commission(s), in DORA that regulate a profession.

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Visit the program's File a Complaint page.

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Programs do not resolve billing or insurance Issues. Visit the program's Other Links page for more resources.  You may also want to check with DORA's Division of Insurance.

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Look at the program area's Disciplinary Actions page for information and public documents.

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Please visit the program's Other Links page for more resources.

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No. Complaints filed against licensees, registrants and certificate holders are confidential.

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Electrical Permits can be obtained online, or if you do not wish to use this option, you may print a permit form and return it with the payment. Please contact our office if you need assistance.
 

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Fees are subject to change. See page two of the current permit form.
 

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Yes, through our online permit system only.


 

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No, however, the following is the homeowner clause which must be signed when applying for your homeowner permit:

HOMEOWNER CLAUSE: The electrical law provides you, as the homeowner, the opportunity to perform your own wiring provided the following conditions are true: (1) You are the property owner and this property is not for sale or resale, is not rental property which is occupied or is to be occupied by tenants for lodging, either transient or permanent; and is not generally open to the public. (2) The wiring will be inspected prior to covering, i.e., insulation, drywall, etc., and again upon completion of the system prior to occupancy and permanent power release. (3) All electrical work will be done in accordance with the National Electrical Code adopted by the Colorado State Electrical Board.

Inspection Schedule* Now Available On Line

In an effort to increase the performance of your online permit account, we have added the following enhancement. Once your inspection has been scheduled by the inspector, you can access that information from your online account. Normally, your inspection should appear on the schedule within three days of receipt of your request OR on the regularly-scheduled inspection day for your area. For more specific information click here.

*due to unforeseen delays, your inspector might not be able to complete his/her entire itinerary on any given day.

 


 

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The Board is authorized to review and approve or disapprove requests for exceptions to the code in unique construction situations where a strict interpretation of the code would result in unreasonable operational conditions or unreasonable economic burdens as long as public safety is not compromised. You can request a variance to the code by completing the variance request form and returning it to our office no later than three weeks prior to the scheduled meeting.


 

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Basic guidelines are available to download from our website.

 
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