Check the status of an alteration permit or inspection.
Be sure to download and print a pre-inspection checklist.
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Secure Access Washington (SAW)
Important Information: New users must also submit an Application to Access Electronic Permits & Inspection System (EPIS) to receive access to EPIS through SAW.
Electrical inspectors will be in training on December 10 and 11. There will be no electrical inspections on those days. Because some inspectors will be travelling to training, there will be limited inspections in some areas on December 9. If you have questions or concerns, please contact your local inspection office for assistance. Thank you for allowing us the time to prepare our inspectors to better serve you.
Changes for EPIS, Changes to the inspection request process went into effect on 10/24/2013. To request an inspection you will be required to enter a comment on the request. The purpose is for you to provide inspectors with more information to get your inspection done.
How to schedule an inspection
When the work is completely done, you can request an inspection several convenient ways:
How much are the fees?
To help estimate your costs, view the fee schedule. Fees can vary, however, depending on what you are doing. Call your local L&I office to request the fees specific to your job.
Pay Alteration Permit fees Online
Alteration permit fees may now be paid online. The permit number and the code that is printed on the second page of the permit are required for payment.
For more information:
Your Manufactured/Mobile Home: What homeowners and contractors should know when altering a home (727 KB PDF / 2 min).