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|All permits issued require an inspection during and/or at completion of the work. Scheduling inspections is the responsibility of the permittee. Depending on the type of project, the following inspections are required: |
Foundation - to be made after the trenches are excavated, forms erected and steel & holdowns are in place. Property lines shall be marked at the site by the applicant, developer, contractor, authorized agent, or engineer prior to requesting an inspection and shall be clearly visible for the county inspector.
Underslab-Underfloor - to be made after the installation of underfloor framing, heating ducts and plumbing.
Underfloor Insulation - to be made after the floor insulation and underfloor ventilation and access is installed but prior to installation of the subfloor.
Roof Nail - to be made after installation and nailing of the roof sheathing and flashing.
Frame - to be made after the roof, all framing, fire blocking, lath and bracing are in place and all pipes, chimney vents, rough electrical mechanical and plumbing are installed.
Insulation/Caulking - to be made after all the caulking, wall and ceiling insulation is installed.
Drywall Nail - to be made after the drywall is installed and prior to tape or texture.
Final - to be made after finish grading and the building is completed and ready for occupancy.
Not all of the inspections listed above will apply to every job. If it is uncertain which inspections will pertain to your project, check with the Building Division.
Rule of thumb: "Don't cover it until the inspector sees it."
Foundation to be made after the trenches are excavated, forms erected and steel & holdowns are in place.