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Before the final inspection. Your inspector may need to inspect installations for drywall and ductwork, and do gas tests and shower pan tests, prior to scheduling the final inspection.These are typically the last inspections required before that long-awaited day when your inspector pulls into your newly completed driveway and prepares to execute the final inspection.
7. What accents can you add to your fence? A gate will operate as the capstone of your design. While style choices still rest on function (security, accessibility), a gate also allows for more creative details. “Think about the design and hardware,” Nilsen advises. “The details of the gate will make the fence feel custom.”And then there’s lighting — don’t overlook the half of the day when it’s dark. “You should be lighting something,” Nilsen says. Focus lights on the entryway and any points of visual emphasis (like custom posts). Or you may choose to let the fence slip into the dark. “At night,” Nilsen allows, “it’s OK for a fence to recede.”Shown: Over the gate a light shines to call attention to the entrance and help light the path.More:How to Light Your Landscape for Drama and FunctionLandscape Detail: Do Fence Me In12 Great Fences and GatesTell us: What was your process for choosing a front-yard fence? How does your fence work with your home’s design?