Phase/Framing Inspection Reports

Does anyone have or know of software to report on Framing Only, Mechanical Only, Final Only, etc, inspections? Maybe a check list of sorts? I have seen a few sights containing phase inspections containing more info than needed. I am looking for something that I can use when performing phase inspections for a builder, not buyer.

Any Help!:slight_smile:

Builders generally have their own QA/QC checklists. Check with the Builder that you will be contracting with to determine what his particualr needs are.

I have found these to be a good start and you can modify from there.

2003 IRC CheckList: Building Provisions with CD-ROM


IX. Wall Construction

A. General

_____ Wall construction shall be capable of accommodating all loads
imposed according to Section R301 and transmitting the
resulting loads to the supporting structural elements (Section
_____ Compressible floor-covering materials shall not be installed
under walls, partitions or columns (Section R601.2.1).

B. Wood Wall Framing

_____ Except as otherwise permitted, studs shall be a minimum No. 3
standard or stud grade lumber (Section R602.2).
_____ The size, height and spacing of studs shall comply with Section
_____ Interior nonbearing walls may be constructed in accordance
with the following:

  1. Two-inch by 3-inch (51 mm by 76 mm) studs spaced 24
    inches (610 mm) on center; or
  2. When not part of a braced wall line, 2-inch by 4-inch (51
    mm by 102 mm) flat studs shall be spaced not more than
    16 inches (406 mm) on center; and
  3. Interior nonbearing walls shall be fire blocked in
    accordance with Section R602.8 (Sec. R602.5).
    _____ Drilling and notching of studs and top plates shall be in
    accordance with Section R602.6.
    _____ Header spans for bearing walls shall comply with Section
    _____ Fireblocking shall be provided in wood-frame construction in
    the following locations (Section R602.:
  4. In concealed spaces of stud walls and partitions, including
    furred spaces and parallel rows of studs or staggered studs
    at the ceiling and floor level, and at maximum 10-foot