Residential Remodeling / Repair (Structural / Non-Structural) Building Inspections

Residential Remodeling / Repair (Structural / Non-Structural) Building Inspections

Slab

Residential Permits - Remodel / Repair: Building InspectionsTo be made after the reinforcement is in place, all concealed conduit, piping, ducts and vents are installed and the electrical, plumbing and mechanical work is complete. Slab shall not be poured until all required inspections have been made and passed. For further information, refer to Slab/Foundation Requirements.

Framing

To be made after the roof, all framing, fire blocking and bracing is in place, all concealing wiring, all pipes, chimneys, ducts and vents are complete and shall at a minimum include: Window/door framing installation, Vertical cells/columns, Lintel/tie beams, Framing/trusses/bracing/connectors, Draft stopping/fire-blocking, Curtain wall framing, Energy insulation, Accessibility.

Sheathing / Cladding

To be made either as part of a dry-in inspection or done separately at the request of the contractor after all roof and wall sheathing and fasteners are complete and shall at a minimum include: Roof & Wall sheathing, Sheathing fasteners, Roof/wall/dry-in, and Windows/door bucks.

Roof

Shall at a minimum include: Dry-in, Insulation, Roof coverings, and Flashings.

Insulation

To be made after the framing inspection is approved and the insulation is in place.

Fire Resistance Rated/Penetration

To be made after the installation of fire resistant drywall, joint/penetration protection, and fireproofing materials, and prior to installation of finishes.

Lathing and Pre-Siding / Stucco Dry-In

This will be made prior to final inspection, verify that all materials have been installed per approved plans and are in compliance with appropriate code section.

Building Final

To be made after the building is completed and ready for occupancy.

For further information, please refer to Inspection Requirements and Codes.


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