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How the inspection process works if you are doing the project yourself: When a project is ready to be inspected you need to call and schedule an inspection appointment. The inspector will visit your project site and evaluate the work. If the work is up to code, the inspector will approve the work.
A standard building inspection includes the detection of minor to significant structural damage to the property's readily accessible areas. Such areas include the interior and exterior walls, the roof, the floor, the toilet, laundry, garage, driveways and stairs.
Check with the city before you close to see if there's already been an inspection. Check with the city before you close to see if there's already been an inspection. Call them out before you start construction. THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT-Meet the inspector out there. Meet and exceed their timelines.
A city code inspector may enter your property only with your permission or a search warrant. Without either, an inspector may only view your property from the street or sidewalk.
Dear K.J.: Yes, you can file for a permit after the work has been done, but it's unfortunately going to cost you some extra money and time. As the homeowner, you are now responsible for pulling the permits.
Homeowners Could Be Fined Performing work on your home without the necessary building permits can put you in direct violation of city codes and regulations. As such, you could wind up facing penalty charges for failing to obtain the permits needed to lawfully perform the work.
Getting a Building Permit After the Fact In some cases, yes. The best way to protect yourself when buying a home is to verify with the city that permits have been issued, that the square footage matches the city records, and to get a home inspection.
The property owner or a contractor licensed by the State of California can obtain permits. Tenants may obtain a permit if they have the written permission of the property owner and the property owner signs the permit documents. It is always best if a licensed contractor obtains the permit.
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