Building regulations are intended to provide a reasonable level of certainty that a structure will not collapse, represent a fire danger due to electrical or heating systems, cause an electrical shock, or pose a health risk. A permanent record of the work done and inspections carried out on the project is provided by the building permits.
To guarantee the safety of present and future owners, it is crucial to comply with building code requirements. Inspections of work that has been started but not finished, such as wiring, plumbing, or line fixtures that have not yet been connected or affixed, are known as "rough-in" inspections. In addition to safety concerns, environmental and energy conservation issues are taken into account when writing codes.