Subsoil plumbing (or underfloor)

performed when the base plumbing drainage system is in place.  The inspection must be approved prior to the placement of concrete or floor sheathing.  The system shall be on test at the time of the inspection by either a 10-foot head of water or for systems other than plastic, five pounds of air shown on a 30 psi gauge. All plumbing under floors shall be suspended a minimum of three inches above the ground to allow for soil expansion.

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1. Drywall/Shower Wallboard/Tile backer Inspection
2. Electrical
3. Electrical Service Panel
4. Exterior Underground Gas Line
5. Final Inspection
6. Rough Inspections
7. Framing
8. Foundation
9. Insulation Inspection
10. Interior gas lines/release
11. Lath/wrap Inspection
12. Plumbing/Mechanical
13. Roof sheathing and shear
14. Rough or precise grading
15. Shower pan (poured in place)
16. Special Inspections
17. Subfloor Insulation
18. Subsoil plumbing (or underfloor)
19. Temporary power pole
20. Underfloor and frame Inspection