Heating / Ventilation Projects

Heating / Ventilation Project Information


Heating permits are needed for any installation, alteration, repair, relocation, replacement, or addition to any piping (including gas piping), equipment, or duct work associated with the heating / cooling or ventilation systems.

Obtaining a Permit


Only an HVAC contractor that is licensed with the City of St. Cloud or the owner of the property (single-family dwelling only) can obtain a heating / ventilation permit. Homeowners who are doing their own work must own and occupy the residence, and the property cannot be used for any rental or daycare purposes. 

Getting Licensed


See Contractor Licensing and Mechanical Exam Forms for additional information on getting licensed.

Heating / Ventilation Permits


All permits shall become invalid unless the work is commenced within 180 days after its issuance, or if the work is suspended or abandoned for a period of 180 days after the time the work is commenced.

Commercial Heating Permit Application


Download the Commercial Heating Permit Application (PDF).
 

Residential Heating Permit Application


Download the Residential Heating Permit Application (PDF). The Homeowner Residential Work Permit Certification Form (PDF) must be submitted with the permit application when the homeowner is obtaining permit. 

Commercial / Residential Ventilation Permit Application


Download the Ventilation Permit Application (PDF).

Heating Fees

Heating fees are on the second page of all application forms.

Inspections


Please remember to call for all required heating / ventilation inspections. For questions on the mechanical code or inspections, contact City Heating Inspector Kevin Johnson at 320-255-7233.