Once our team has reviewed the scope of work and developed construction drawings for submission to your local building department for approval we can call for inspections.
Typically here Are Two Steps In The Inspection Process.
- Rough Inspections (all components behind drywall, i.e. framing, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection) - Final Inspections (all systems are installed properly and the building is ready for occupancy)
Construction Drawings & Permits
Throughout this process the building inspector will review the quality of the work and issue pass or fail notices. If the inspector orders changes to the work, the changes must be made before calling for re-inspection.
Obtaining final approval from your building inspector is beneficial in multiple ways, such as having full confidence that your construction work is up to code. Receiving the inspectors final approval allows you to move on to the next step of the permitting process.
Ready Permits provides a quick, easy, and efficient way to process, close, and expedite permits for “non-permitted” or “illegally built structures”.