Permit is obtained from the county or city. Trenches are dug and forms are placed to prepare for the pouring of the footings. Rebar is laid per approved plans in the footings for strength and reinforcement. The plumbers will lay the groundwork of “rough plumbing,” that will later bring water to different areas in your home. The footings are then poured into the forms, over the pipes and rebar. As with every step of your home, an Elliott Homes employee, and a city or county inspector will thoroughly inspect your home prior to final pour of the slab to ensure the quality construction.