Inspections and Procedures

Address must be posted.  Additional inspections or re-inspections may be required as determined by the Building Department.

A minimum of 24 hours notice is required for all scheduled building inspections.  All electrical, plumbing, and heating inspections require a minimum of 48 hours notice.

Acceptable site access is required.

Building, electrical, plumbing and heat permits shall be issued to licensed contractors only.  Contractors must be currently registers with the township and must provide federal ID numbers, as required by state law.

Exception:  Building, electrical, plumbing and heat permits may be issued to homeowner's as homeowner permits.  However, homeowners are responsible for all work completed under the respective  permits.

Permits may be transferred on written request by property owners to new contractors or to the home/property owners, from the original permit holder of record.


Building Inspections

  • Footing, pads and/or trench including rat walls and postholes
  • Property lines must be staked at time of footing inspections
  • Backfill
  • Sand compaction - garage floor
  • Pea stone for basement floor
  • Rough framing
  • Insulation
  • Final


Brick Inspection

Must show water resistant membrane, flashing, and weep holes.


Fireplace Inspection

Wood burners:  A dual inspection is required by the Brandon Township Building and Fire Department.

Electric Inspection

  • Service
  • Rough
  • Final

Plumbing Inspection

  • Underground
  • Rough
  • Final


  • Underground
  • Rough
  • Final
  • Propane Hook-up

Driveway Inspection

All new driveways are required to be inspected by Fire Department after rough building inspection.