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kingbuggy 06-21-2012 01:43 PM

Plumbing Rough In Versus Final Inspection
 
Hello, what would the difference be between a rough in plumbing inspection and a final plumbing inspection when installing a bathtub, toilet, double sink, and hot water heater?

Wouldn't the hot water heater, tub, and all other supply lines need to be connected and all the drain lines run to pass the rough in inspection?

Thank you for your help!

TarheelTerp 06-21-2012 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by kingbuggy (Post 948455)
Hello, what would the difference be between a rough in inspection and a final inspection...

rough looks at what is in the floors, walls, ceilings,and will later be covered up.
final looks at what was done after all is covered up

RocketGal 06-21-2012 03:30 PM

water test?
 
Maybe it depends on your county/city, but a DWV water test might be required - although i'm not sure if it's a final or a rough-in inspection item.

VIPlumber 06-21-2012 09:56 PM

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Originally Posted by RocketGal (Post 948514)
DWV water test might be required - although i'm not sure if it's a final or a rough-in inspection item.

DWV is a rough-in test.

wctekkk 06-23-2012 03:48 AM

here in cali rough=below slab,waste, water and sewer top out=waste, vents, water,gas, condensation,setting tub/shower,rough in valves every thing before sheet rock is hung except for test of gas line, inspector will check on install but the pressure test is at finish or some call it trim. finish=set all remaining fixtures ,sinks, w/h , faucets ect


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