Building Inspection

Building Inspection

Building Inspector: Kevin Breit, Central Wisconsin Inspections
For building inspection appointments, call 715-693-1176.

A building permit is generally required before beginning any project to build, structurally alter, relocate, or demolish a structure, and any project involving plumbing, electrical, or HVAC work.  It is best to check with the Building Inspection Department to confirm whether a permit is required for your specific project.

The general Uniform Dwelling Building Application can be found here.

All new construction, additions, and alterations to one- and two-family dwellings, detached garages, and heating, electrical, and plumbing systems must comply with the State of Wisconsin Uniform Dwelling Code

We look forward to meeting you and working with you on your next building project. Call us with any questions regarding code issues or the building process in general.  You can also look through our Citizen Guides in the left navigation bar, which contain information for some of the more common building projects.

See the links to the left for requirements for different permit types. Failure to submit all permit requirements at the time of application will delay the review process. 

Building Permit Fees
Click here to view the Village of Kronenwetter Fee Schedule.

Other things to consider
It is very easy to wound trees during site preparation and construction.  Wounded oak trees are at risk of becoming infected with oak wilt—a fatal, infectious disease that can threaten the very trees which make wooded properties so desirable and valuable.  If you plan to build on an oak-wooded lot, you should click here to learn more about oak wilt in the Village. In addition, the Village has created a handout which can be viewed here.