Construction glossary term


Inspections in residential construction projects are periodic reviews of the progress, quality and safety of the work being done, most often conducted by an independent third-party inspector.

These inspections take place at predetermined stages throughout the project to ensure that all standards and requirements are met. Inspections are typically conducted by an independent third-party inspector who is certified in building codes and regulations related to residential construction. The inspector will review plans, materials, activities, equipment and other aspects of the project to verify compliance with applicable codes and regulations. With each inspection, a detailed report is generated that outlines any corrections or modifications that may need to be made for successful completion of the project. Additionally, inspectors can provide valuable guidance on how to improve reliability and performance in the finished product.

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