When should I call for an inspection?
Your approved set of plans will have an attached cover letter. That cover letter is customized for your job site and lists, in detail, exactly when you should call for inspections. It also lists helpful phone numbers to call if you have any questions.

Keep in mind it is required that you keep a copy of the cover letter and approved set of plans on the job site at all times.

If you have misplaced your plans and cover letter, you can download a copy from the customer portal at the My Permit Now website.

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1. When should I call for an inspection?
2. What happens if I fail an inspection?
3. What do I need before I call for an inspection?
4. How far in advance should I call?
5. Should I say that I am ready for an inspection now, when in actuality I will be ready for the inspection tomorrow thinking that by doing so it will get the inspector to my job site on time?
6. What should I do if I accidentally move ahead in the construction process skipping an inspection?
7. What if I skip a major inspection such as pouring a concrete slab before getting a plumbing or pre-pour inspection? What can we do to work with me on this?
8. What are my options if I disagree with the results of an inspection? Is there an appeals process?