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PermitUsNow Launches One-Stop Building Permit Expediting in Houston Area

PermitUsNow™, the one-stop building permit expediting service that helps Architects, Engineers, and Contractors save time and money plus start construction in a timely manner announces that it is now available in the Houston and surrounding areas. The company recently launched its services to fill a gap for Architects, Engineers, business owners, and Contractors who often lose time and money waiting on a building permit to start construction. 

"PermitUsNow is thrilled to offer one-stop building permit expediting service in the Houston and surrounding areas," said Helen Callier, President, PermitUsNow.  "We have heard the pain in the marketplace from business owners to Architects to Contractors and Real Estate Developers about how long it takes to obtain a City building permit.  PermitUsNow fills that void, eliminates frustrations, and obtains construction permits fast from the City of Houston and other jurisdictions."

PermitUsNow's permitting experts are recognized by the City of Houston and in the construction development industry for saving money and obtaining building permits fast.   Whether it is ground up or renovation of retail, food, beverage, restaurants, signage or civil infrastructure, our team is experienced and ready to expedite permits. 

A recent Houston Business Journal interview of the Lake Houston Economic Development Partnership had this to say about fears of obtaining building permits: "Michael Prats, economic develop coordinator at the partnership, hears from plenty of confused business owners who want to open a business but struggle to secure proper building permits."

The launching of PermitUsNow comes shortly behind its recent participation in the Newspring Business Plan Competition in partnership with the Houston Community College System.  The active involvement from this program was intended to launch PermitUsNow to solve a need in the market.

For more information, please visit www.permitusnow.com or follow on Twitter or Facebook @PermitUsNow.


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