Framing and Final Phase Inspection
A two phase inspection service for new home construction
- 3 hr3 hours
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Phase Inspections are done by a Certified IRC Building Code Inspector and on ICC reports. Framing Phase Inspection (done before drywall, insulation and exterior cover are installed): This phase inspection is used to identify deficiencies, defects, sub standard craftsmanship and code compliance. Includes, wood frame structure, window installation, flashing, water resistance barriers, roof covering and flashing, mechanical/plumbing/electrical rough in, egress compliance, proper anchorage, fire resistance construction, fire blocking, draft stopping, decay prevention, brace walls and thermal barrier. Final Inspection Phase (When the builder is ready to do their walk through with the buyer): This phase will help identify structural defects, roof and roof flashing defects, electrical hazards, attic ventilation and insulation, light, ventilation and heating, exterior wall covering defects, additional flashing defects, thermal scan for water issues or insulation gaps, proper lintels, caulking defects, water intrusion, bathroom code compliance, mechanical compliance, exhaust compliance, proper water shedding, soffit/fascia defects, roof drainage system, interior cover defects, plumbing defects, proper GFCI placement, final grade, means of egress, emergency rescue and escape, safety- smoke and carbon monoxide, or safety line compliance.
24 hours notice is required for cancellation of booked appointments. If 24 hours is not given we will charge a $50.00 cancellation fee.