What must I do to have my project inspected?
Go online to the portal and register if you have not done so. Once you have registered, let us know if you cannot see all your permits. Once you can see your permits online, you will be able to schedule inspections.
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Keep in mind that we do next day inspections with a 3:30 PM cutoff time. When you are requesting a final inspection, all required porches, decks, steps, and/or handrails must be in place. All electrical, plumbing, and mechanical connections must be complete, and your address must also be posted for easy access from E-911.
Final Inspection for Mobile Homes: All required porches, decks, steps, and/or handrails must be in place. Your address must also be up for easy access from E-911.
Site-Built Building, Modular Building, Addition, or Commercial Establishment: You must have your building treated for termites. We must have proof of this before we can send an inspector to your home. Most termite treatment companies will fax the proper form to us at YOUR REQUEST.
A "Certificate of Occupancy" will be issued AT YOUR REQUEST once your final inspection has passed. We can fax, e-mail, or mail this. You can also pick it up at our office. We also notify the electric and water companies that a meter can be set.
One of the requirements for a pool, whether in-ground or above-ground, is a barrier that MUST be in place before water is put into the pool. Code language reads as follows:
Once you have an assigned building inspector, it is best to talk with him as he will know you, your site, and your project, and can best answer your questions or concerns. Until that time and for general inquiries, inspection/permit requests, or for correspondences related to your permit such as duct testing, penetrometer testing, termite verifications, permit applications, engineering designs, etc., please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to reference your permit number if you have one assigned.