Inspections

 Commercial Buildings

Commercial Building Inspections
Fees? In some instances, a $50.00 re-inspection fee is required.
Description:
Inspections of commercial buildings include: footings, zoning setbacks, foundation, foundation drain, garage slab, monolithic slab, partial slab, feltpaper, roofing, framing, ext. felt/wallboard, fireplace/chimney, insulation, final building, 911 address posting, daycare inspection, building slab, waterproofing, pier final, building rebar, wallpour, drain, pool final, temporary cert. of occupancy, cert. of occupancy, demolition, fasttrack bldg, fire final, fire rough in, group home, on hold and information.

Commercial Building Permit
Fees? Fee's are based upon the current ICC values and square footage of the job that is to be done.
Description:
Commercial building requirements are as follows: All contractors, owners architects or any one applying for a permit to construct a commercial building will be required to submit four sets of complete drawings. One set of drawings will remain in the inspections office. One set of drawings will be returned to the applicant and must remain on the job during the construction process. Two sets of drawings will be forwarded to the Fire Marshall for his review. A permit will not be issued without for sets of plans and a certificate of occupancy will not be issued until all trades including fire have received the final inspection and have been approved.

Car Lot Building Permit
Fees? Fee's are based upon the current ICC values and square footage of the job that is to be done.
Description:
In order to obtain a Building Permit for a Car Lot building the following requirements shall be met: 1. Obtain a release from the Health Department or governing authority responsible for removal of sewage. 2. Obtain a release from the Planning and Zoning Department. 3. Provide a handicap accessible entrance and means of egress to and from the building / office as described in the North Carolina State Building Code and the North Carolina State Accessibility Code. 4. Provide a handicap accessible bathroom for use by employees and customers as described in the North Carolina Plumbing Code and the North Carolina Accessibility Code. 5. Provide adequate electric power as described in the National Electric Code. 6. Provide an adequate space-heating system in order to maintain a temperature of 68 degrees at a point 3 feet above the floor as described in the North Carolina Mechanical Code. 7. Submit two sets of plans to the County Fire Marshall (these can be submitted to the Inspections Dept. at time of application. We will deliver them to the Fire Marshalls office). 8. Complete an application with the Inspections Department. Submit two sets of plans and a building code summary. Pay all necessary fees.