What type of inspection do I need?

To ensure that all work meets the current building codes, the Building Division is responsible for performing inspections for all permitted construction work performed in the City of Hallandale Beach. Inspections are made daily and are divided into specific phases (Foundation, Slab/Floor Framing, Lintel/Team Beam, Framing, Insulation, Final) to assure all of the work gets inspected before it is covered up. These phases do not apply to storm water, transportation, landscaping and fire inspections. These inspections are conducted by other departments or during the final inspection at the end of the construction.

If the construction site is not ready for inspections or there are excessive code violations discovered during the inspection, a Notice of Violation may be issued and a re-inspection fee will be charged.

The following is a list of project types that require inspection:

  • Single Family Residential Dwellings
  • Multi-Family Dwellings
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Accessory Structures & Other Miscellaneous Projects:
  • Fences & Walls
  • Sheds & Garages
  • Pools & Spas
  • Screen Rooms & Enclosures
  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Permanent & Temporary Signs
  • Tents
  • Minor Interior Alteration
  • Plumbing
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Fire Protection
  • Site & Land Clearing
  • Tree Removal

Note: Additional inspections may be required depending on the type of construction. Failure to call for a required inspection could result in fines. For more information on time frame for your inspection click here.

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