Temporary power pole

Performed when the builder/owner or licensed electrician has set the temporary service to be used during the construction of the residence.  Ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI) protection of all 125 volt 15, 20 and 30 amp receptacles must be provided on all job sites. Receptacles of higher amperage and voltage will also need GFCI protection or assured equipment grounding conductor program, per NEC 590.6 (B) (2). Only the use of approved extension cords is acceptable.  The use of illegal extension cords may result in the removal of the electrical meter.

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1. Drywall/Shower Wallboard/Tile backer Inspection
2. Electrical
3. Electrical Service Panel
4. Exterior Underground Gas Line
5. Final Inspection
6. Rough Inspections
7. Framing
8. Foundation
9. Insulation Inspection
10. Interior gas lines/release
11. Lath/wrap Inspection
12. Plumbing/Mechanical
13. Roof sheathing and shear
14. Rough or precise grading
15. Shower pan (poured in place)
16. Special Inspections
17. Subfloor Insulation
18. Subsoil plumbing (or underfloor)
19. Temporary power pole
20. Underfloor and frame Inspection