One Courthouse Sq.
(3rd Floor of Office Bldg)
Bowling Green, OH
Monday - Friday:
7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday:
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Once a project begins, the following inspections are mandatory,
and it is the obligation of the permit holder or his agent to contact our
office to arrange for these inspections. Arrangements
should be made at least 24 hours in advance by calling our office
at (419) 354-9190.
FOOTING INSPECTION: shall
be made prior to the pouring of any concrete footing. Trench, rails
and any reinforcing shall be in place at the time of inspection.
FOUNDATION INSPECTION: shall
be made prior to the pouring of foundation walls or piers if reinforcing
(rebar) is present. Reinforcing shall be in place at the time of inspection.
If reinforcing is not required, then this inspection shall be made
prior to the backfilling of foundation walls or piers. Foundation coatings
and drainage tile shall be in place, when needed, at the time of inspection.
STRUCTURAL INSPECTION: shall
be made after completion of structural work, before any insulation,
drywall, lath or paneling, etc. is applied, but after any required
plumbing, electrical and/or heating rough-in inspections have been
approved. All framing shall have been completed with firestops, collar
ties, bridging and nailers in place.
ROUGH PLUMBING INSPECTION:
shall be made after completion of plumbing drainage rough-in while
under test and prior to covering any pipe.
FINAL PLUMBING INSPECTION:
shall be made after installation of all plumbing equipment and while
under final air test.
ROUGH ELECTRICAL INSPECTION:
shall be made after completion of electrical rough-in prior to covering
FINAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTION:
shall be made after installation of all electrical equipment and/or
ROUGH HEATING INSPECTION:
shall be made after completion of heating rough-in prior to concealment.
FINAL HEATING INSPECTION:
shall be made after completion of the installation of the heating system
and in firing condition.
FINAL BUILDING INSPECTION:
shall be made after completion of all construction, with gutters, splash
blocks, handrails, attic access panels, vapor barriers, etc. in place
and prior to occupancy.
Any work which does not meet the standards contained in the applicable Building
Code shall be corrected within a reasonable time specified by the Building
Inspector or his authorized representative. A re-inspection shall then be
made at no additional fee.
If the inspections cannot be performed when the inspector arrives on the scheduled day due to (corrections not completed, not ready, locked out, no approved plans on site, etc…) a re-inspection fee will be applied to the permit as posted in our Administrative Code.
When all inspections are completed and approved, a Certificate Of Occupancy will
be issued. Occupancy shall not take place prior to the issuance of the Certificate.