Wednesday October 22, 2014
Before you can request an inspection, you must
first obtain the required permit(s) for the work you intend to do.
You can check out our Permit
services page for more information on obtaining a permit.
When the work is ready to be inspected, you can request an
inspection by one of two automated systems or through our Customer
Call Center. For more information, read How do I
schedule for an inspection.
The inspector will
make sure that the work is being performed in accordance with the
applicable codes and standards. It is important to remember the
permitted work is not approved until it has been inspected and
accepted by the inspection staff at LADBS.
Depending on the scope of work being performed and the type of
building, you may have one or more inspections. For buildings other
than single-family dwellings and duplexes, specialty inspectors will
inspect the different trades such as building (structural),
plumbing, electrical, and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air
Request For Inspection
You may use the Internet to request an inspection for any permit,
regardless if obtained at an LADBS Construction
Service Center or on the Internet via e-Permit . No
registration is required.
How and when do I schedule an inspection are some of the questions
we answer on our Frequently
Asked Questions page. If you need additional information on
inspections, please feel free to call our Customer
Call Center for further assistance.
Building and Safety has also gone to great lengths to provide a
variety of documents available online, including inspection related
documents. We have included an inspection section on our Forms page that
provides access to a variety of Inspection documents.
We hope to make your inspections go as smooth as possible. We
welcome all forms of feedback that may help us better serve you.
Please feel free to use the Contact Us link
located at the top right corner at anytime.