When is the job complete?
You have gotten all your inspections approved and you are ready to move in, turn it on, and enjoy. For your new construction or addition we need a final flood elevation certificate. This is prepared by your surveyor, and submitted to us. We in turn provide this to FEMA, who make sure everything is built high enough so we can get cheaper flood insurance.
If it is new, we will call for the power company to turn on the electric, providing the final electrical inspection is approved. Be sure you request all final inspections (building, electric, plumbing, A/C, fire) and they are all approved.
Then we will issue you a Certificate of Occupancy (for all new work and additions) or in certain instances a Certificate of Completion for smaller work.

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1. Why do I need a permit?
2. What do I need a permit for?
3. What work can I do as a homeowner?
4. Are there any other places to which I must go?
5. What paperwork is required?
6. How long is the review process?
7. What is the inspection process like?
8. What is a red tag?
9. When is the job complete?
10. Hiring a contractor?
11. What will happen if the homeowner/contractor doesn’t get a permit?