Building Code Violations

Building codes are laws that set minimum requirements for how structural systems, plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), natural gas systems and other aspects of residential and commercial buildings should be designed and constructed. In the U.S., building codes mostly fall under the purview of state and local governments. 

Some examples of Building Code violations include:

  • Commercial or residential building or repairs without permits.
  • Common permit violations include siding, decks, drywall, windows, fences, roof, signs, general repair and construction, interior and exterior.  All of which require inspections during the building process.