What is a Drywall Inspection? A drywall inspection is performed by home inspectors to evaluate if drywall installation follows standard structural requirements. Performing drywall inspections can help identify and address issues before adding finishing touches to the building or home.Click to see full answer. Thereof, do I need a drywall inspection?A Pre-drywall inspection should be completed prior to the insulation installation, but after ALL trades have completed their “ROUGH-IN” portion of the project. Each trade (i.e. electrician, plumber, HVAC etc) is required to obtain a permit, as well as the builder.Additionally, how much does a pre drywall inspection cost? Expect the pre-drywall inspection to cost $400-600 in Southeastern North Carolina. The second home inspection should be done by a licensed home inspector after the builder has completed construction and the CO has been issued. Beside this, what do pre drywall inspectors look for? What To Look For in a Pre Drywall Walk Through Take pictures of electrical wiring, plumbing, and air ducts. Check placement for electrical boxes in each room. Be sure the air registers are placed properly in each room. Your washing machine should have a washing pan. What is code for hanging drywall?Both the International Residential Code (IRC) and USG, the manufacturer of Sheetrock, say that maximum field screw spacing for wall drywall is 16 inches. Some builders like to space fasteners tighter than that, so they go down to 12 inches.