[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Sauk City as Ch. 15.04 of the 1970 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The construction, reconstruction, installation and alteration of all plumbing, drainage and plumbing ventilation shall conform to the Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapters Comm 81 to 87 (State Plumbing Code), adopted by the State Department of Commerce, which is adopted by reference as a part of this chapter.
No plumbing or drainage of any kind shall be installed or altered, except that leakage or stoppage repairs may be made, without first securing a permit therefor from the Building Inspector. The application for such permit shall be on a form furnished by the Building Inspector and shall state clearly the work planned, alterations to be made, and equipment and materials to be used. All later deviations from such plan must be submitted to and approved by the Building Inspector. A fee shall be charged for each permit as set by the Village Board.
All plumbing work shall be done only by a plumber licensed by the State Department of Commerce, except that a property owner may make repairs or installations in a single-family building owned and occupied by him as his home, provided that a permit is issued and the work is done in compliance with the provisions of this chapter.
Upon completion of the plumbing work on any premises, the person doing such work shall notify the Building Inspector before such work is covered up, and the Building Inspector shall at once inspect or cause to be inspected the work. If he finds that the work conforms to the State Plumbing Code, he shall issue a certificate of compliance which shall contain the date and an outline of the result of such inspection, a duplicate of which shall be filed by location in the office of the Building Inspector. No person shall use or permit to be used any plumbing or drainage until it has been inspected and approved by the Building Inspector.