Rough plumbing inspection - Shower Drain and Pan?
This (and maybe next) weekend, I'll be finishing up the last bits of work before I call for my "pre-drywall inspection" where they will check rough plumbing, electrical, structural, etc... The next inspection after this one is the Final.
I already had the underground portion of my DWV system inspected and tested prior to the slab going in. Now that we have a building in place and the vents are all run, I know they will want another pressure test on the DWV.
So, couple questions:
1. Do I need to have the shower drain in place for the inspection, or am I good with the stub out and a cap?
2. Assuming I need to have the drain in place, will the inspector want to see a pre-slope mortar bed in place in the shower?
3. What about the toilet flange? Am I good with the stub out, or do I need to have the flange in place?
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