21660 Building Inspector

Find 21660 building inspectors. Building inspectors are local government officials who make judgements on whether a building meets code requirements.


Kent County Building Inspector 400 High Street Chestertown MD 21620 20.0 miles from 21660 410-778-7423


Cambridge Building Inspector 705 Leonards Lane Cambridge MD 21613 28.8 miles from 21660 410-228-6466

Annapolis Building Inspector 145 Gorman Street Annapolis MD 21401 32.2 miles from 21660 410-263-7946

Middletown Building Inspector 19 West Green Street Middletown DE 19709 35.3 miles from 21660 302-378-1171

Salisbury Building Inspector 125 North Division Street Salisbury MD 21801 43.6 miles from 21660 410-548-3130

Cecil County Building Inspector 129 East Main Street Elkton MD 21921 45.2 miles from 21660 410-996-5235

Elkton Building Inspector 100 Railroad Avenue Elkton MD 21921 45.3 miles from 21660 410-398-4999

Baltimore Building Inspector 5225 York Road Baltimore MD 21212 47.3 miles from 21660 410-396-6041

Salem Building Inspector 17 New Market Street Salem NJ 08079 48.1 miles from 21660 856-935-5510

Mannington Township Building Inspector 491 New Jersey 45 Salem NJ 08079 48.6 miles from 21660 856-935-2359

Baltimore Building Inspector 3939 Reisterstown Road Baltimore MD 21215 49.0 miles from 21660 410-396-7736

Baltimore County Building Inspector 111 West Chesapeake Avenue Towson MD 21204 49.1 miles from 21660 410-887-3620

Cape May Building Inspector 643 Washington Street Cape May NJ 08204 52.1 miles from 21660 609-884-9555

Bethany Beach Building Inspector 214 Garfield Parkway Bethany Beach DE 19930 53.3 miles from 21660 302-539-8780

Millville County Building Inspector 12 South High Street Millville NJ 08332 54.8 miles from 21660 856-825-7000

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.