13361 Building Inspector

Find 13361 building inspectors. Building inspectors provide information on building inspections, safety codes, construction permits, and violations.

Wolcott Village Building Inspector 8 New Hartford Street New York Mills NY 13417 25.5 miles from 13361 315-594-1572

Cobleskill Building Inspector 378 Mineral Springs Road Cobleskill NY 12043 25.5 miles from 13361 518-234-4661

Johnstown Building Inspector 2753 New York 29 Johnstown NY 12095 27.1 miles from 13361 518-762-7346

Oneonta Rental Building Inspector 258 Main Street Oneonta NY 13820 32.6 miles from 13361 607-433-3435

Amsterdam Building Inspector 61 Church Street Amsterdam NY 12010 34.4 miles from 13361 518-841-4330

Duanesburg Building Inspector 5853 Western Turnpike Duanesburg NY 12056 37.8 miles from 13361 518-895-2040

Rotterdam Town Building Inspector 1100 Sunrise Boulevard Rotterdam NY 12306 46.0 miles from 13361 518-355-7575

Scotia Building Inspector 4 North Ten Broeck Street Scotia NY 12302 46.1 miles from 13361 518-377-8741

Schenectady Building Inspector 105 Jay Street Schenectady NY 12305 47.4 miles from 13361 518-382-5050

East Glenville Building Inspector 18 Glenridge Road Schenectady NY 12302 47.6 miles from 13361 518-384-0094

Ashland Town Building Inspector 12094 New York 23 Ashland NY 12407 49.5 miles from 13361 518-734-3636

Milton Town Building Inspector 503 Geyser Road Ballston Spa NY 12020 52.3 miles from 13361 518-884-2764

Jewett Town Building Inspector 3547 County Road 23 Jewett NY 12444 53.3 miles from 13361 518-263-4646

Bethlehem Town Building Inspector 445 Delaware Avenue Delmar NY 12054 55.7 miles from 13361 518-439-4955

About Building inspectors

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.