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    In order to provide you with the highest quality equipment at the best rates, we source from a wide network of suppliers in your area. This saves you time and money while serving as your single source supplier for all your rental needs. For example, multiple item orders are often sourced using multiple suppliers to get you the best rates. Call us at (888) 325-5172 to place your order or simply book online.

    Our equipment rental network has:
    41 Rental Partners serving Santa Ana
    Book Online
    24/7
    Call Us / 5AM - 5PM PT
    (888) 325-5172
    Why you don't see location information
    *Why you don't see location information

    In order to provide you with the highest quality equipment at the best rates, we source from a wide network of suppliers in your area. This saves you time and money while serving as your single source supplier for all your rental needs. For example, multiple item orders are often sourced using multiple suppliers to get you the best rates. Call us at (888) 325-5172 to place your order or simply book online.

    About Construction Projects in Santa Ana, CA

    Before working on a construction project in any city, it’s important to know about the laws that apply to building work in that city. Read on to find out about building permits, inspections, and more in Santa Ana.

    Building Permits

    You need a building permit for many types of construction work in Santa Ana. Among the permits your building project might need are:

    • Electrical permits
    • Plumbing permits
    • Mechanical permits
    • General building permits

    Call the city’s Planning and Building Agency at 714-647-5800 first to check if you need a permit. Among the jobs that don’t need a permit are:

    • Work on one-story, detached accessory structures no bigger than 120 square feet in area
    • Fences not taller than 7 feet
    • Painting, papering, tiling, carpeting, or similar aesthetic work
    • Sidewalks and driveways not more than 30-inches above adjacent grade

    Some permits get approved quickly while others depend on a project plan review. The fee you pay for a permit depends on the work carried out and the cost of the work.

    Building Inspections

    Part of the process of finishing your building work is scheduling an inspection with the city. An inspection is important to check for compliance with the city’s building codes. In Santa Ana, you must call a building official to request an inspection when you finish working on a site. You need to clear the site of any debris so the inspector can walk safely around the site and inspect all the work that’s been done.

    You can book an inspection online or call the Inspection Line at 714-667-2738. If your site fails an inspection, you need to fix any problems and book another inspection.

    Licenses

    To conduct business in Santa Ana, you need to have a business license. Failure to first get a business license results in a penalty of 50 percent of the current year’s license fee.

    In addition, to get a business license in the city you need to submit a state licensed contractor’s number. All building contractors must have a license in California if the work costs more than $500 to complete. To get a license, you need to pass an exam and have a $15,000 bond in place.

    Contractor Insurance

    It is a part of state law that you need to have workers’ compensation insurance before getting a license. The city also requires that contractors have general liability coverage of $1 million. The Risk Management Division of Santa Ana requires proof of insurance from contractors.

    Construction Equipment Rental in Santa Ana

    You need the right equipment for your job when working as a contractor in Santa Ana. It is expensive to buy tools that you might only use for certain jobs. A good alternative is to consider renting the gear you need. For projects with a lot of aerial work, you can rent:

    Renting the tools you need for each specific project is a cheaper and more convenient way to work as a contractor.

    Make sure you abide by the laws in Santa Ana if you want to work as a contractor.

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