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Town of Hampton Building Department
100 Winnacunnet Road
Hampton, NH 03842

Counter Office Hours

Monday – Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Monday – Friday
Closed Noon – 1:00 pm


Phone Numbers:
603-929-5826 or 603-929-5911

Fax Number: 603-929-2941

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Kevin D. Schultz

Building Inspector


Milon C (Chuck) Marsden


Asst. Building Inspector


Scott McDonald


Rental Housing Inspector


Paula Hamel

Building Secretary phamel(a)town.hampton.nh.us

Susan Thrumston






Certificate of Occupancy

  In accordance with the Town of Hampton, Zoning Ordinance and Building Codes, Article XII Certificate of Occupancy, states: g Ordinance and Building Codes, Article XII Certificate of Occupancy, states: 12.1     Existing Units:  “No home, apartment, tenement, dwelling unit, hotel/motel unit, or other residential premises shall be let, rented, leased or otherwise occupied for residential purposes …

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Required Inspections

  TO BE SCHEDULED A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS PRIOR TO REQUESTED DATE AND TIME. NOTE: Some of the following inspections may not apply to your specific project but proper scheduling of inspections that are applicable, are required. Final inspections for all permitted projects, regardless of the scope of work, are required in order to …

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When do I need to obtain a building permit? A Building Permit is required for all new construction, including repairs, renovations, additions, remodeling, siding, roofing (new or re-roofing), fences, shed, pool, garage, electrical work, plumbing work, HVAC and/or mechanical work, i.e., furnaces, boilers, hot water heaters, etc. How do I obtain a building permit? An …

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Fee Schedule

    EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2014 Town of Hampton Building Department Fee Schedule   TYPE OF PERMIT OR INSPECTION PROCESSING FEE ADDITIONAL FEE NEW HOMES, One and Two-Family   $75 $5 for every $1,000 of value of construction or portion thereof   COMMERCIAL– Multi-Family (condominiums, town houses – 3 or more dwelling units) requiring collection …

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Pool Requirements

REQUIREMENTS FOR SWIMMING POOL CONSTRUCTION All pools which contain water 24” or more in depth at any point must be entirely enclosed by some form of barrier (walls, fences, etc.) which is at least 4’ high and makes the pool inaccessible to small children. (IBC 3109) Plans for public or semi-public pools must be approved …

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Flood Information

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Lyme Disease Info

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