Plans are required to be ¼ inch scale; square footage is required on the plans, as well as GFA allowed and proposed.
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Our office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Our Counter Hours: At this time office closed for appointments only
An example of a general inspection is as follows:- Footing and foundation after waterproofing- Strapping- Rough plumbing and water test on waste and vents- Framing, after roof, siding and windows- Fireplace, masonry, pre-fab, or wood stove- Insulation- Drywell for swimming pools- Re-bar inspection for gunite swimming pools and Final, when job is complete
Two sets of ¼ inch scale plans, a completed building permit application, licensed contractor, signed and notarized and workers compensation insurance and survey. Hers rating or Res-Check required. Must meet all NY State Residential Codes and East Hampton Town Zoning Codes.
New Residence and/or additions require Engineer or Architecture Stamped plans, with all others work at Inspectors discretion. All Commercial work requires Engineer of Architect Stamp plans.