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WHAT ARE EXTERIOR ELEVATED ELEMENTS (EEE)?

Updated: Mar 1, 2023

Exterior Elevated Elements (EEEs) are structures, such as balconies, decks, and porches, that are attached to the exterior of a building and elevated above the ground. These elements are typically used to provide additional outdoor living or recreation space and can be made of various materials, including wood, concrete, and steel.

EEEs are subject to various environmental conditions, such as moisture, wind, and UV exposure, which can cause damage over time. As a result, it is important to properly maintain and inspect EEEs to ensure their stability and safety. This can include regular cleaning and sealing to prevent moisture damage, and performing repairs or upgrades as needed to address any structural problems.

In summary, Exterior Elevated Elements (EEEs) are elevated structures attached to the exterior of a building, typically used for outdoor living or recreation. Proper maintenance and inspection are important to ensure their stability and safety.



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