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IF I LET A BUILDING INSPECTOR INTO MY HOME, WILL HE LOOK FOR UNRELATED PROBLEMS?

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One of the main reasons homeowners skip the required building permit when they make structural changes or mess with plumbing or electricity around the house is that they fear the building inspector will find unrelated violations at the home and report them to the city. 

But building officials say they won’t do that.

Instead, city officials will inspect the job you have received the permit for. Their mission isn’t to find out what else is going on in your home.

So don’t be afraid of the process. Building officials are concerned with making your home as safe as possible and with making sure the work is being done correctly.

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