What happens if I fail an inspection?
You will receive a failed inspection report with a list of items not in compliance. You job is not stopped or halted in anyway, simply fix the necessary items not in compliance and have it re-inspected.

Do not just “cover up” the items that need to be corrected until they are re-inspected. Any portion of your project not affected by the failed report can continue.

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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?