Ask For Permission First, Not Later: How To Seek Approval for Variants
In this podcast, QCP Director of Inspections, Greg Parham, discusses the importance of asking for permission at the start of a project when seeking approval for variances.
We talk about why asking for permission to modify should be the first thing a woodworker does, and how doing this can streamline the entire project. We also shed light on who has the authority to give approval for a variant, what consequences could arise if a woodworker decides to ask for permission after the project, and what the most efficient way of getting variants approved is. Want to read the podcast? View the blog here.
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