The next step in the kitchen makeover process is to finish the rough-in work, which includes any framing & plumbing. Consider this step to be anything that has to do with wall & what goes on inside of them.
This stage might be as simple as relocating framing inside the walls around the new center island in some circumstances. In large redesign projects, this may entail shifting plumbing fixtures several feet away from their original locations or expanding the space by pouring additional concrete. This is a lengthy process that is best left to the professional building crew.
Inspection By A Professional
It’s time for the professional examination after you’ve finished the rough-in job. In most circumstances, all that is required is a phone call to the city & county & setting up an appointment. There may be a modest cost associated with some areas.
There should be no issues if you’ve followed all applicable building codes in your jurisdiction, and you can proceed to the next stage. What happens if you don’t succeed? Then you go on and learn from your mistakes.
If you engage an professional contractor, they will normally handle the inspection as well as the measures to correct any faults. However, if you’ve handled the procedure yourself and failed inspection, it’s a good idea to hire a licenced professional to assist you in achieving your ultimate goal: clearance to continue moving forward!