Scotia Building Inspector in Scotia, New York

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Scotia Building Inspector Contact Information

Address and Phone Number for Scotia Building Inspector, a Building Inspector, at North Ten Broeck Street, Scotia NY.

Name
Scotia Building Inspector
Address
4 North Ten Broeck Street
Scotia, New York, 12302
Phone
518-377-8741

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About the Scotia Building Inspector

The Scotia Building Inspector, located in Scotia, NY, ensures that building construction complies with Scotia building codes and regulations. These building codes establish standards for constructing buildings, including design requirements, building material specifications, parking requirements, trade regulations for electrical and plumbing work, and natural disaster resistance. The Building Inspector also oversees inspections to ensure buildings meet code. The Building Inspector, sometimes called the Building Official, often works in the Scotia Building Department.

You may contact the Building Inspector for questions about:
  • Scotia building inspections
  • Building codes and violations in Scotia, NY
  • Building permits and permitting process
  • The building inspection process
  • Filing a complaint about safety violations
  • Building, elevator, and fire code compliance in New York