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What do pre drywall meetings look for?
Last Updated: 27th February, 2020
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Moreover, what should I expect at pre drywall meeting?
What to Know for a Pre DryWall Walk Through
- Take pictures of electrical wiring, plumbing and air ducts.
- Check placement for electrical boxes in each room.
- Be sure the air registers are placed properly in each room.
- Your washing machine should have a washing pan.
- Are the doors, windows and garage doors the style & design you've chosen?
Additionally, do I need a pre drywall inspection? A Pre-drywall inspection should be completed prior to the insulation installation, but after ALL trades have completed their “ROUGH-IN” portion of the project. Each trade (i.e. electrician, plumber, HVAC etc) is required to obtain a permit, as well as the builder.
Just so, what do pre drywall inspectors look for?
An important element to a pre-drywall inspection is the inspection report.
During a pre-drywall walk-through, the areas of the house that the inspector can check include:
- the foundation;
- floor system;
- roof system;
- wall system;
- plumbing system;
- electrical system;
- exterior wall covering;
How much does a pre drywall inspection cost?
Expect the pre-drywall inspection to cost $400-600 in Southeastern North Carolina. The second home inspection should be done by a licensed home inspector after the builder has completed construction and the CO has been issued.