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Now Offering: SB326 Structural Engineering Inspections!

At SoCal Structural, we're proud to provide structural engineering inspections for SB326 (Senate Bill SB 326) and SB721, enacted January 1, 2020 for balconies, stairs, and decks according to California Civil Code 5551. Service Locations We offer SB326 and SB721 services in all Southern and Northern California cities! With so many to choose from, you're …

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What does statistically significant sample size mean for SB326 & SB721 inspections?

The HOA and/or property manager may hire our firm to inspect only the minimum designated number of exterior elevated elements that satisfy the statistically significant sample definition in Civil Code Section 5551. For Example, for 50 exterior elevated elements (balconies), 45 would satisfy the statistically significant sample definition. For Example, for 25 exterior elevated elements, …

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Our SB326 & S721 Scope of Services

Our Structural Engineering scope of services includes the following services Task #1: Inspect exterior elevated elements to meet the above provisions and comply with SB326 & Civil Code Section 5551. The exterior elevated elements will be selected by our inspector in conjunction with the HOA and property manager for notifying tenants in advance.For example:The statistically significant …

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Why Do You Need a SB326 Engineer?

Why Do You Need a SB326 Engineer? As a property manager, you have a lot on your plate. You want to ensure your residents are fully enjoying your property and its amenities, have access to needed services, and get any concerns addressed promptly. But shouldn’t this also include their safety? After all, SB326 was passed …

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What Is SB326?

What Is SB326? As a property manager, you’re constantly juggling multiple tasks to keep your residents happy, from ensuring smooth move-ins and move-outs, managing facilities and amenities, and handling any resident concerns, plus meeting with prospective residents, providing tours, and closing leases. It’s a lot to keep up with, and you may struggle to find …

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