What to Expect When You’re Inspected – Part one

Here’s the first in our 3-part series on
What to Expect When You’re Inspected


What is your plan to build your project?

  1. How are you going to get water to flow out of and back to the pool safely & efficiently?
  2. Access: How are the pool users going to get into, enjoy, and get out of the pool safely?
  3. What challenges are preventing the hydraulics and access from being code-compliant?

What will you need to be prepared with (and have uploaded to the Inspected Portal)?

  1. A phone. This inspection is not done through the Inspected App, so at your scheduled time, just call your Inspected Inspector and they’ll take it from there.
  2. A filled-out APSP 7&15 form. We’ll help you on your first few, as the form isn’t completely intuitive.
  3. A Construction Plan showing pool depths, steps, equipment location, decking, water features, skimmer(s), and any non-typical aspects of the project. While a hydraulics plan and equipment brochures are helpful, they aren’t required.
  4. A pump curve for the filter pump you intend to use. These are available from the manufacturer.

Once you have passed this inspection, what’s next?

  1. Upload your APSP 7&15 form to the Austin AB+C Portal.
  2. Schedule your City of Austin Layout Inspection.
  3. Once the City Layout Inspection is complete, build your pool to plan, and schedule your Pre-Shell inspection with Inspected.

It’s that easy!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out!

Next month’s “What to Expect When You’re Inspected” will go over the
Pre-Shell Inspection.

Be safe out there. We look forward to seeing you on your next inspection.

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