16153 Building Inspector

Find 16153 building inspectors. Building inspectors are local government officials who make judgements on whether a building meets code requirements.


Youngstown Building Inspector 26 South Phelps Street Youngstown OH 44503 33.1 miles from 16153 330-742-8890


Butler City Building Inspector 140 West North Street Butler PA 16001 33.3 miles from 16153 724-285-4124

Trumbull County Building Inspector 159 East Market Street Warren OH 44481 33.8 miles from 16153 330-675-2467

Boardman Township Building Inspector 8299 Market Street Youngstown OH 44512 37.3 miles from 16153 330-726-4181

Weathersfield Township Building Inspector 1451 Prospect Street Mineral Ridge OH 44440 37.3 miles from 16153 330-544-7490

Warren Building Inspector 540 Laird Avenue Southeast Warren OH 44484 37.6 miles from 16153 330-841-2617

Mahoning County Building Inspector 50 Westchester Drive Youngstown OH 44515 37.8 miles from 16153 330-270-2894

Warren Building Inspector 141 South Saint Southeast Warren OH 44483 38.4 miles from 16153 330-841-2548

Harrison County Building Inspector 617 West Southern Avenue Columbiana OH 44408 44.4 miles from 16153 330-482-2695

Newton Township Building Inspector 4410 Newton Falls Bailey Road Newton Falls OH 44444 46.1 miles from 16153 330-872-7411

Newton Falls Building Inspector 19 North Canal Street Newton Falls OH 44444 47.2 miles from 16153 330-872-3157

West Deer Township Building Inspector 109 East Union Road Cheswick PA 15024 49.9 miles from 16153 724-265-2780

Ashtabula Building Inspector 4717 Main Avenue Ashtabula OH 44004 51.9 miles from 16153 440-992-7135

Sewickley Building Inspector 601 Thorn Street Sewickley PA 15143 54.4 miles from 16153 412-741-1762

Erie Building Inspector 626 State Street Erie PA 16501 55.7 miles from 16153 814-870-1475

What training is required to be a Building Inspector?

Because building inspection requires a detailed knowledge of building construction, many Building Inspectors have a background in architecture or construction. Most states require that Building Inspectors obtain a license or certification.

What is the difference between a Home Inspector and a Building Inspector?

Building Inspectors review and inspect construction projects and issue permits in order to ensure compliance with building codes, and their work is conducted as a regulatory function of a county or local jurisdiction. Home Inspectors are typically hired by private individuals to inspect property they are considering purchasing. The Home Inspector advises the prospective buyer on the condition of the property. Home Inspectors must have a state-issued license.

Do Building Inspectors charge for their work?

Counties and local governments have a schedule of fees for building permit applications. Fees vary from one locality to the next, but they are usually based on the value of the planned construction.