152 inspector Home Design Photos

Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
11 Reviews
Allen Point Residence
structures on the coast will likely fall under the purview of the building inspector. Be sure to contact your building department early in the design process
“Aminya glass screen” — sebastian1957
Southview Design
17 Reviews
Cooking in a Wood-fired Oven is Easy
oven, always check your local building codes and speak with the building inspector before starting your project. Some municipalities do not allow outdoor
“Pizza oven” — dkhebert12
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
18 Reviews
City: Schofield Residence
clipboard and pen, take your time and approach the home as if you were an inspector rather then a potential buyer.
“front door” — lcalick
Design Set Match
18 Reviews
San Francisco Inner Sunset Victorian
repair work that you have left unfinished. Not only will the buyer's home inspector find those issues anyway, but you are hindering offers if there are obvious
“pull out drawer under sink” — phatsidy
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Hydeaway House
to keep rouge inspectors from pulling this B.S. Local inspectors are not allowed to make up their own codes. They are JUST inspectors. The actual "Official"
dwellings, then other codes come into play. I would either report the inspector to the state, or you should brush up on your code reading and understand
for the specifics of the situation. It is not my problem if your local inspector can't read. Ohio does not use the IRC for electrical. The provisions
electrical codes are STATE WIDE. Only the enforcement is local. Electrical inspectors have a state licence. There are NO amendments to 410.10(D) in Ohio. "
“Shower curtain” — michaelmorris0
Modern Staircase
How do you get this by a Building Inspector in the US?
after approved remove it. Once you get your CO, how often do you have inspectors in your home? Not often. I have seen people who want a particular look
could even roll our chicken wire to get it inspected. Even though the inspector will know it is coming down after the final, he can do nothing about it
“Stairs” — keanaa
Alexander Butler | Design Services, LLC
7 Reviews
Kornfeld Residence
covered this support so the support was not seen from below. Building inspector coded it like a shower door with 1/2" tempered glass. The glass ceiling
allowed me to light it with spots on the 10'0" ceiling for light. The inspector required wet area lights still, however, they aren't needed for safety
“This is not private enough in my opinion” — lorimartin1435
Christopher Building Company
10 Reviews
Concrete, Steel and Wood
That is the same interpretation that I have gotten from our local inspectors. In the case of this photo, the loft space to the right is not "inhabitable"
standards does not qualify. A small technicality but enough that the inspector could move on and feel good about it.
“Fun climbing ladder for Charlie's room.” — Robin
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