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Building inspections are high precision tasks that are carried out for both residential as well as commercial properties in all cities. Most cities have official inspection departments and a few private companies are also authorized to carry out building inspections. This inspection helps to plan future tasks like reviewing plans for code compliance, issuing building permits, sign permits and fence permits in the concerned areas. With the help of building inspections, the concerned authorities can keep a check on the building design, construction, alteration, repair and maintenance to ensure that safety measures are adhered to. The main objective of building inspections is to provide the residents in the building and surrounding area with a reliable and professionally maintained structure. Highly trained and unbiased inspectors who have been assigned for building inspections handle a wide variety of complaints, questions, issues and other relative concerns quickly and accurately.

All building inspection departments have building safety and code compliance as their main objective during inspection, thus preventing the loss of life and property. Inspections are carried out at various levels for building technicalities including roofing, sidings, additions, decks, fences, swimming pools, advertising signs and all structural repairs at regular intervals. Other important services provided by the building inspectors are pre-application inspections, off hour inspections, residential energy conservation ordinance inspection required for altering projects, time extension for building permits and inspections for police and fire permits.

It is interesting to note that building inspection is currently at the forefront of technology. The Internet provides a network for major tasks like obtaining permits, plan reviews, site development plans and building inspections, thus enabling multiple use and access to databases. This has enabled contractor licensing, electrical works and plumbing works to be carried out at a better pace without monetary losses. In the end, the significance of building inspections is to provide safety and a better quality of living to the residents of the city.

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