EXTERIOR ELEVATED ELEMENTS
Engineering Balcony Inspection
SB721 & SB326
Comply with Inspection Senate Bill 721 & 326
The new laws SB721 and SB326 for HOAs describe an Exterior Elevated Element to mean, “the following types of structures, including their supports and railings: BALCONIES, DECKS, PORCHES, STAIRWAYS, WALKWAYS, and entry structures that extend beyond exterior walls of the building and which have a walking surface that is elevated more than six feet above ground level, are designed for human occupancy or use, and rely in whole or in substantial part on wood or wood-based products for structural support stability of the exterior elevated element.
Protect yourself and your family
Our inspection reports include:
The current physical condition of the load-bearing components of balconies, stairways, landings, walkways, railings, support structures, associated waterproofing system, and determining whether the condition presents an immediate threat to the health and safety of the residents.
The expected future performance.
Recommendations for any necessary repair or replacement.
Courtesy tips and recommendations for routine interval maintenance.