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Residential Building Inspection Process
The applicant is responsible for scheduling the following inspections. Twenty-four (24) hour notice is required on ALL inspections. The following information is needed when scheduling an inspection: Permit Number, Site Address and Type of Inspection. Inspections may be scheduled through the office or the inspector. Please post the project address in a visible location in order for the inspector to easily locate your site.
The following inspections are required with no exceptions. Failure to contact this office for these inspections will result in the posting of a Stop Work Order and may require the removal of completed work to allow the proper inspection of the structure.
- Footing Inspection – After footing has been excavated and cleaned of debris. Reinforcing steel should be tied and in place. Schedule the inspection before concrete is poured.
- Foundation Inspection – Before backfill is placed upon the foundation wall. Floor joist and girders are in place but prior to the installation of the subfloor or decking.
- Framing Inspection – Upon completion framing and the following inspections have been passed: rough in electrical, plumbing, HVAC. Prior to insulation installation and drywall.
- Final Inspection – When the project is completed and ready to occupy; after fire alarms, and hand rails have been installed.