Balconies are an important feature of many buildings, providing additional living space and a place to enjoy the outdoors. However, balconies can also pose a risk to building occupants if they are not properly maintained or are in poor condition. That's why it's important to have a balcony inspected regularly to ensure its safety and stability.
California law requires that specific balconies be inspected everywhere. The primary distinction between the two laws is that SB326 relates to condominium owners while SB721 applies to apartment owners.
Q: What is a Balcony Inspection?
A: A balcony inspection is an evaluation of the condition and safety of a balcony, performed by our licensed inspector/router. They will also look for signs of damage, as well as water intrusion and other factors that can contribute to deterioration.
Q: Why is a Balcony Inspection Important?
A: Balcony inspections are important because they help identify potential hazards and ensure that balconies are safe for use. This helps protect the safety of building occupants and reduce the risk of accidents or injuries.
Balcony inspections are an important part of maintaining the safety and stability of balconies. By understanding the process of a balcony inspection and the reasons why it's important, building owners and occupants can help ensure that their balconies are safe and secure. If you have any concerns about the condition of your balcony contact us today for a free estimate!