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Is your building 3 or more units? If so, you’re now required by law to inspect (and repair) all exterior balconies, walkways, stairways, and decks according to SB 326 and 721. You’ve come to the right place.

SB-721 & SB-326 aim to add a new level of public safety to balconies, decks, patios, stairways, and walkways in multi-family & mixed-use residential and commercial buildings.

SB-721 legislation requires all multi-family apartment buildings with three or more (3+) dwelling units to complete an inspection of all Exterior Elevated Elements (EEE) by January 1, 2025, and every 6 years thereafter.

SB-326 legislation for condominiums (HOAs) requires an inspection of all Exterior Elevated Elements (EEE) to be completed by January 1, 2025, and every 9 years thereafter.

SB-721 & SB-326 Services

As the premier structural reinforcement contractor in Southern California, our trusted and experienced team can ensure your EEE structural inspections and repairs are done up to the required standards as required by law.


Visual and destructive inspection of all EEE, and waterproofing components.


Detailed inspection report stamped by our structural engineer.


Perform recommended actions required from minor repairs to design changes necessary to achieve full safety for the building and its residents.

ASK US ABOUT: Inspection Access Doors

To allow for easier mandated inspections and cost savings on non exploration and repairs, we provide commercial grade waterproof inspection access doors.


The SB721 and SB326 inspection aims to ensure that exterior elevated features and their associated waterproofing are in good condition, functioning properly, and free from hazards such as fungus, deterioration, decay, or improper modifications that could endanger the public or occupants’ safety, health, property, or welfare.” This bill was created after the tragic balcony collapse in Berkeley that resulted in six deaths, caused by the structural decay of the wood framing.
Exterior Elevated Elements (EEE) refer to structures such as balconies, decks, porches, stairways, walkways, and entry structures that extend beyond the exterior walls of a building. These structures have a walking surface that is more than six feet above ground level, are intended for human use, and rely on wood or wood-based products for structural support and stability. This includes their supports and railings.

Elements such as flashings, membranes, coatings, and sealants protect exterior elevated components from water and the elements are known as associated waterproofing elements.

Load-bearing components are constructed with wood or wood-based materials that extend beyond the exterior walls of a building. They feature a surface intended for pedestrian use and are at least 6 feet above ground level. Examples in- clude balconies, decks, stairways, landings, walkways, and their supporting elements.

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