Typical Inspection Examples

All Construction needs to be inspected before it is covered.

Typical inspections are:

  • Foundation inspections
    • Inspection after excavations for footings or piers and grade beams are complete; any required reinforcing steel along with any required bolts, anchors, or straps are in place
  • Frame all trades inspection
    • Inspection of interior framing and rough plumbing, electrical and mechanical trade work. All plumbing systems must be under test.
  • Rough frame inspection
    • Inspection after all framing, fire blocking, and bracing are in place, including weather barrier on roof and walls and all plumbing, electrical, and mechanical installations are roughed in and ready for inspection and testing
  • Final inspection
    • Inspection after all the permitted work has been completed



    If you have a project that isn't covered in this list contact your building inspector located on your inspection record card to discuss what inspections are needed.