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Roof work happening around town

If residents look around the neighborhood, someone is probably adding a PV system to the roof, re-roofing or cleaning the top of their home. Roof-related permits make up nearly half of this week's Palo Alto building permits. This was also happening in July, so the trend continues. Scan the rest of the building permits to learn more about what's happening in your neighborhood.

3818 Louis Road re-roof, $9,000

2301 Park Blvd. Palo Alto Housing Corp.: replace two failed beams, $3,000

3910 Duncan Place roof-mounted PV system, includes electric service upgrade, $n/a

2091 El Camino Real roof repair, $1,200

2071 El Camino Real roof repair, $1,200

1814 Hamilton Ave. 15000-01455: interior ceiling revisions and gable addition, $n/a

345 Parkside Drive roof cleaning and coating, $6,720

211 Fulton St. kitchen remodel, $15,000

914 E. Meadow Drive replace 17 windows, $20,000

886 Richardson Court roof-mounted PV system, includes service upgrade, $n/a

250 Hamilton Ave. electrical only for seven illuminated signs, new portal structure for police department entrance, $14,000

3139 David Court roof cleaning and coating, $5,170

4100 Mackay Drive residential sewer line repair, no work in public row, $n/a

345 Parkside Drive roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

3139 David Court roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

811 Gailen Ave. roof-mounted PV system, $n/a

4250 El Camino Real, Unit #B216 bathroom remodel, includes adding a pantry in kitchen, no exterior or structural work, $60,000

3940 Grove Ave. roof-mounted PV system, includes electrical service upgrade, $n/a

350 Iris Way install seismic gas shut-off valve, whole house gas test, $n/a

239 Kipling St. re-roof fourplex (239, 241, 243 and 245), $12,800

2100 Geng Road Ephox, Suite 220: tenant improvement and use and occupancy on the second floor, $85,000

4163 Abel Ave. furnace and AC replacement, $n/a

570 Kelly Way add AC on side yard and associated coil to existing duct furnace, $n/a

362 Diablo Court roof cleaning and coating., $11,652

41 Roosevelt Circle temporary power, $n/a

544 Arastradero Road kitchen remodel, $12,128

1021 Cowper St. new one-story detached second dwelling unit, includes a tankless water and 200-amp service upgrade at the main house, planning approval under 15pln-00168, $210,000

1021 Cowper St. detached garage: add a strong wall and beam as garage door is changing from one sliding door to two sliding doors, $3,000

Palo Alto building permit information is sourced from the City of Palo Alto Planning & Community Environment Department.

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