(CA) Senate Bill 721: Deck Inspections and Reserve Study Inspections

In California in the first half of 2017, Senate Bill 721 has been proposed, a bill which requires all exposed decks/walkways more than 6 ft above ground, in structures containing three or more multi-family units, to be inspected before 1/1/2023 and every six years thereafter. This inspection requirement is designed to ensure that these surfaces are in generally safe condition and in adequate working order. As written, the inspection is to be conducted by “a licensed architect, licensed civil or structural engineer, or an individual certified as a building inspector or building official”.     Read the article…………..


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