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2 Atlanta Housing Authority Inspection Standards V 1.0 Overview Atlanta Housing Authority's Inspection Standards were developed to evaluate properties from single detached dwellings to multi-family properties that contain five (5) or more units located within a single property location. Sections 1 5 apply to all units. Section 6 provides a combined inspection of the site, building exteriors, building systems, and common areas of multi-family properties to determine the rating for the property. Section 7 identifies the standards of the surrounding neighborhood that impact on the quality of life and safety of the Housing Choice participant. These standards were developed using the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Life Safety Code, the International Residential Code (IRC), the City Of Atlanta (COA) Code, the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) in conjunction with Atlanta Housing Authority's requirements to ensure the properties participating in our Housing Choice Program adhere to our commitment to provide a decent, safe and sanitary environment to house the participants of our Housing Choice Program. An asterisk * preceding a standard denotes an Atlanta Housing Authority Requirement. AHA has developed standards that are additions to the minimum as required by HUD.

3 1. General 1 2. Exteriors 2 3. Interiors 3 4. Mechanical/ 4 Electrical Systems 5. Safety 5 6. Multi-Family 6 Site & Areas 7. Neighborhood 7

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. GENERAL BUILDING REPAIRS / REMODELING RODENT PROOFING LEAD BASED PAINT EXTERIORS THE PROPERTY Property in General Front / Back / Sides of Building BUILDING EXTERIOR Front / Back / Sides of Building Exterior Doors Walls Windows BASEMENT / CRAWLSPACE UTILITIES PORCHES / EXTERIOR LANDINGS General Front / Right / Left / Rear GARAGE / CARPORT General Conditions Electrical Conditions STORAGE / UTILITY ROOM OR BUILDING General Conditions Electrical Conditions INTERIORS GENERAL FLOOR WALLS CEILING EXTERIOR DOORS INTERIOR DOORS WINDOWS CLOSET FIREPLACE ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL ADA ACCESSIBILITY HALLWAY / STAIRWAY - SPECIFIC General Ceiling Interior Stairways BEDROOM - SPECIFIC General Interior Doors Updated August 30,

5 Closet BATHROOM - SPECIFIC General Interior Doors Tub / Shower Surround Cabinets Sink Toilet Tub / Shower Exhaust Fan KITCHEN - SPECIFIC Cabinets Sink Appliances LAUNDRY ROOM - SPECIFIC Cabinets Laundry Sink Appliances MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS GENERAL Fuel Gas (Natural Gas / Propane) Fired Appliances WATER HEATER General Gas Operated Water Heaters Electric Water Heaters HVAC Heating - General Gas Fired Free-Standing Heaters Gas Fired Floor Heater FORCED AIR FURNACES Gas Fired Furnaces Electric / Heat Pump Furnaces Electric Baseboard Heaters Air Conditioning Units Compressors Electrical Panels SAFETY FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SMOKE DETECTORS CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS (CO) ENERGY EFFICIENCY MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY SITE & COMMON AREAS GENERAL PARKING AREAS, DRIVES, AND SIDEWALKS SIDEWALKS AND STEPS Updated August 30,

6 6.4 MAILBOX RETAINING WALLS SPECIALITY BUILDING EXTERIORS Management Office Community / Activity Center / Rooms / Buildings Laundry Rooms / Buildings Day Care Center Maintenance Buildings / Areas Pool Structures (Bathrooms / Change Rooms / Pool Equipment) SPECIALITY BUILDING INTERIORS Management Office Community Activity Centers / Rooms / Buildings Laundry Rooms / Buildings Day Care Center Maintenance Buildings / Areas Pool Structures (Bathrooms / Change Rooms / Pool Equipment) PLAYGROUNDS Playground Equipment Play Area Surface Playground Fencing POOL / POOL AREAS Pool Health / Safety Inspections Pool Deck Conditions Pool Operation Pool Fencing and Gates SANITARY SEWERS AND STORM SEWERS TRASH COLLECTION AREAS SITE LIGHTING PROPERTY FENCING AND GATES HIGH-RISE EMERGENCY / LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS City of Atlanta Highrise Inspections Fire Detection and Alarm system Emergency Egress (Doors, Stairways, Hallways) BUILDING SYSTEMS Domestic Water (Building Systems) Electrical Systems Elevators Emergency Power Roof Exhaust Fans Fire Protection Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Sanitary System HEALTH AND SAFETY Noise Trash Storage of Flammable Materials Air Quality Electrical Hazards Updated August 30,

7 Safety Hazards Infestation NEIGHBORHOOD GENERAL BUILDINGS WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OCCUPIED LOTS WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD UNOCCUPIED LOTS WITHIN THE NEIGHBORHOOD TRASH AND DEBRIS JUNK CARS AND VEHICLES DISTURBING NOISE AND VIBRATIONS Updated August 30,

8 1. GENERAL 1.1 BUILDING REPAIRS / REMODELING A permit is required for any repair work with a total valuation in excess of $2, [COA]. Permits are required for the installation or replacement of heating and air conditioning systems, electrical and plumbing equipment. [COA ] * Owners are required to produce permits when requested by the inspector. 1.2 RODENT PROOFING Buildings or structures and the walls enclosing habitable or occupiable rooms and spaces in which persons live, sleep, or work, or in which feed, food or foodstuffs are stored, prepared, processed, served or sold, shall be constructed to protect against the entry of rodents. [IRC G (301.14)] 1.3 LEAD BASED PAINT Buildings built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint. Federal requirements under 24 CRF 35, indicate that owners/landlords of properties, built prior to 1978, receiving tenant or project-based voucher assistance must actively manage lead-based paint. Owner/Landlord Responsibilities At time of lease signing: Provide the resident with an EPA-approved lead hazard information pamphlet such as Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home (EPA-747-K ) Provide the resident with a notification and disclosure statement which either identifies the presence of known lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards or assumes the presence of lead-based paint based on the age of the property. Provide the resident a list of all records or reports available pertaining to leadbased paint or lead-based paint hazards. Stabilize [remove and/or encapsulate/paint] deteriorating paint surfaces using leadsafe work practices prior to resident move-in or within 30 days from AHA s deficiency notification. Deteriorating paint above the De Minimis level requires the owner/landlord to conduct a clearance test by a certified lead inspector. De Minimis Level is defined as: 20 square feet of exterior surface 2 square feet of interior surfaces 10 percent of small components. Provide resident and AHA the results of any lead hazard reduction activities and clearance examination within 15 days of receiving the report. Incorporate ongoing lead-based paint maintenance activities into regular building operations. Updated August 30,

9 2. EXTERIORS 2.1 THE PROPERTY Property in General The property must have good curb appeal. Grass or ground cover, plants, and shrubbery must be well maintained. Overgrown vines, kudzu, and other overgrown plants and trees must be removed. The exterior must be in good repair. [COA] The property must be free of trash and debris. [COA] The property should be free of graffiti, Roadways and parking areas must be in good repair. Roadways and parking areas must not have holes, major cracks (Cracks greater than 3/4 inch, hinging, tilting or missing section(s) that affect traffic ability over more than 5% of the property's parking lots/driveways/roads) or other tripping hazards (If the height differential is greater than 3/4 inch, consider this a safety hazard. If the condition of the surface could cause tripping or falling, you must manually record this deficiency as ``Health and Safety.''). Inoperative/un-tagged vehicles on the property are not acceptable. [COA ] Parking in non-parking areas (on grass) is not acceptable. Mail boxes must be in good repair. Building numbers must be visible from the street. Street and other sidewalks must be free of major cracks, broken pieces and be in good repair Front / Back / Sides of Building The property may not have problems with water ponding or erosion. The property must drain properly and adequately. Water must drain away from building exteriors. The property must have well maintained ground cover and may not exhibit exposed bald spots. Grass must be maintained, cut, and trimmed appropriately. Bushes/shrubbery/trees must be well maintained and trimmed. The property may not be overgrown with kudzu, vines, plantings, or other weeds and vegetation. [COA] Updated August 30,

10 Sidewalks must be in good repair. Sidewalks must not have holes, major cracks or other tripping hazards. Fences must be complete, in good repair, and all gates must operate properly. Retaining walls should be in good repair, clean with no structural damage or excess leaning. Exterior stairs must meet code for step height and run, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards as follows: Riser Height: The maximum riser height shall be 7 3/4 inches with no variation between the highest and lowest greater than 3/8 inches. Tread Depth: The minimum tread depth shall be 10 inches with the greatest tread depth within any flight of stairs shall not exceed the smallest by more than 3/8 inches. Handrail Height: Height shall be measured vertically from the sloped plane adjoining the tread nosing, or finished surface of ramp slope, shall be not less than 34 inches and not more than 38 inches. Handrails: Handrails shall be provided on at least one side of each continuous run of treads or flight with four or more risers. Porches, balconies, or raised floor surfaces more than 30 inches above the floor or grade shall have safety guards not less than 36 inches in height. Guards shall be provided in compliance with code as follows: Safety guards shall be required where stairway and/or landings are located more than 30 inches above the floor or grade below. Safety guards shall be not less than 34 inches and not more than 38 inches in height measured vertically from the nosing of tread or landing surface. Safety guards shall be spaced so that a sphere 4 3/8 inches can not pass through stairs and a 4 inch sphere can not pass through landings. Landings or floors are required at each side of each exterior door. Exterior landing or floor can not be lower than 7 3/4 inches below the threshold of the door. The width of each stair landing shall not be less than the stairway served. Every landing shall have a minimum dimension of 36 inches measured in the direction of travel. 2.2 BUILDING EXTERIOR Front / Back / Sides of Building Foundation cannot have cracking or other obvious signs of damage. Foundation vents must be in good repair and properly screened. * All hose bibs must be in proper working order. Updated August 30,

11 The siding, soffit, fascia and trim must be in good repair. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Missing/damaged shingles and/or flashing on the roof must be repaired. Chimney must be structurally sound. Flashing must be in place and show no evidence of leaks. Gutters and downspouts cannot show signs of leaking, sagging, and must be properly attached. Gutters and downspouts must be clean and not show signs of trash accumulation. Erosion may not be present at downspouts. Splash blocks or other devices to control water run off should be present. Windows must be in good repair. Windows may not show damage or failing glazing compound. All windows that are designed to open must be screened. Screens must be the proper size, may not be damaged, and cannot be permanently attached. * Shutters must be in good repair. Shutters must not be damaged or rotting, and must be properly attached. Windows with shutters must have a pair of matching shutters. Exterior stairs must meet code for step height and run, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards as follows: Riser Height: The maximum riser height shall be 7 3/4 inches with no variation between the highest and lowest greater than 3/8 inches. Tread Depth: The minimum tread depth shall be 10 inches with the greatest tread depth within any flight of stairs shall not exceed the smallest by more than 3/8 inches. Handrail Height: Height shall be measured vertically from the sloped plane adjoining the tread nosing, or finished surface of ramp slope, shall be not less than 34 inches and not more than 38 inches. Handrails: Handrails shall be provided on at least one side of each continuous run of treads or flight with four or more risers. Porches, balconies, or raised floor surfaces more than 30 inches above the floor or grade shall have safety guards not less than 36 inches in height. Guards shall be provided in compliance with code as follows: Safety guards shall be required where stairway and/or landings are located more than 30 inches above the floor or grade below. Safety guards shall be not less than 34 inches and not more than 38 inches in height measured vertically from the nosing of tread or landing surface. Updated August 30,

12 Safety guards shall be spaced so that a sphere 4 3/8 inches can not pass through stairs and a 4 inch sphere can not pass through landings. Landings or floors are required at each side of each exterior door. Exterior landing or floor can not be lower than 7 3/4 inches below the threshold of the door. The width of each stair landing shall not be less than the stairway served. Every landing shall have a minimum dimension of 36 inches measured in the direction of travel. All egress doors shall be readily operable from the side from which egress is to be made without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort. i.e., Double cylinder locks are not permitted. Signs of rodent and/or insect infestation are not acceptable. ADA ramps, if present, must meet Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (Fed- Std-795) for slope, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards. Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. Outlets in wet locations must be GFI protected. Electrical outlets can not be broken, loose or damaged. Appropriate switch covers must be in place. Light switches can not be broken, loose or damaged. Appropriate switch covers must e in place. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place and be operational. Electrical hazards due to water leaks on or near electrical equipment are not acceptable Exterior Doors Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly. Door and trim must be in good condition. Hardware and locks must function properly. Surfaces should be free holes and rust. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Weather stripping and threshold may not be damaged and/or missing and should provide weather tight seal. Updated August 30,

13 Broken or cracked window pane(s) must be replaced All egress doors shall be readily operable from the side from which egress is to be made without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort. i.e., Double cylinder locks are not permitted. Storm/screen door must operate properly and screens must be in good repair Walls Walls must be in good repair. Walls may not exhibit any holes or poorly finished joints. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. All wall surfaces must be clean. Walls must not show water stains, and/or damage due to water, mold and mildew Windows Broken or cracked window panes are not acceptable. Window panes must be weather tight. Missing gaskets, and/or missing glazing compound are not acceptable. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Screens should be present and free of damage. Burglar bars must be operable from interior of room. Windows used as secondary means of egress from living spaces shall meet the following code requirements: Clear opening of not less than 5.7 sq ft Minimum clear opening width - 20 inches Minimum clear opening height - 24 inches Maximum of 44 inches from floor to the bottom of the opening Maximum of 20 feet from bottom of the opening to grade 2.3 BASEMENT / CRAWLSPACE Exterior doors must have appropriate hardware (handles, latches, hinges, and locks), be in good repair, and operate properly. Basements and crawlspaces should be clean and free of trash, demolition materials, and improperly stored items that limit access and egress from the space. Areas in the basement and/or crawlspace may not exhibit standing water or have mold and/or mildew present. Updated August 30,

14 Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes, or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. Signs of rodent and/or insect infestation are not acceptable. 2.4 UTILITIES Gas service is required to be on and remain active, if applicable. Gas meter must be easily accessible and properly mounted, if applicable. Fuel gas leaks are not acceptable and must be repaired immediately, if applicable. Electrical service is required to be on and must remain active. Electrical service must be properly attached to the structure. Electrical meter/panel must be easily accessible and properly mounted. Water service is required to be on and must remain active. Water meter valve box must be properly installed to prevent tripping hazards and must have appropriate cover. Water service and water distribution systems shall be designed, pipe sizes selected and maintained such that under conditions of peak demand, the capacities at the point of outlet discharge shall provide the Flow Rates and Pressures as indicated in IRC Table P Flow from fixtures should not significantly change when the water supply system is at peak demand (tub and sink should show no loss of flow when toilet is flushed or washing machine flow starts.) Sanitary sewer cleanouts must be installed to prevent tripping hazards and must have appropriate covers/caps. 2.5 PORCHES / EXTERIOR LANDINGS General Exterior landings must be clean and free of hazards that can impede access and/or egress. Porches should be clean and free of hazards. Any items stored on the porch should not impede access or egress to or from the unit. Signs of rodent and/or insect infestation are not acceptable. Updated August 30,

15 2.5.2 Front / Right / Left / Rear Porch and landing floors must be in good repair with no tripping hazards, structural problems (rot/sagging/water ponding). The finish must be in good condition. Safety guards shall be provided in compliance with code as follows: Safety guards shall be required where porches, balconies or raised floor surfaces are located more than 30 inches above the floor or grade below. Safety guards shall be not less than 36 inches in height. Safety guards shall be spaced so that a sphere 4 inches can not pass through. Landings or floors are required at each side of each exterior door. Exterior landing or floor can not be lower than 7 3/4 inches below the threshold of the door. The width of each stair landing shall not be less than the stairway served. Every landing shall have a minimum dimension of 36 inches measured in the direction of travel. Screens must not have holes or be rusted; support framing and lattice must be in good repair and properly finished. Screen door must operate properly and screens must be in good repair Ceilings may not have holes of any size and must be properly finished. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. A lighting fixture shall be required in the immediate vicinity of the top landing of all exterior stairways. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. Outlets in "wet" locations must be GFI protected. Outlets can not be broken, loose, damaged and appropriate cover must be in place. Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes, or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. ADA ramp, if present, must meet Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (Fed-Std- 795) for slope, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards. 2.6 GARAGE / CARPORT General Conditions No Owner items can be stored in tenant storage areas when the property is leased. Garage/carports must be free of obstructions and clutter. Updated August 30,

16 All items must be stored neatly to preclude tripping, provide access, and eliminate fire hazards. The roofing, siding, soffit, fascia and trim must be in good repair. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Missing/damaged shingles and/or flashing on the roof must be repaired. Roof penetrations, structural damage, and/or leaks are not acceptable. Gutters and downspouts cannot show signs of leaking, sagging, and must be properly attached. Gutters and downspouts must be clean and not show signs of trash accumulation. Erosion may not be present at downspouts. Splash blocks or other devices to control water run off should be present. Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly Electrical Conditions Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes, or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. Electrical hazards due to water leaks on or near electrical equipment are not acceptable. Outlets in "wet" locations are required to be GFI protected. Outlets can not be broken, loose, damaged and appropriate cover must be in place. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. Light switches can not be broken, loose, or damaged. Appropriate switch covers must be in place. 2.7 STORAGE / UTILITY ROOM OR BUILDING General Conditions No Owner items can be stored in tenant storage areas when the property is leased. The Storage/Utility room must be free of obstructions and clutter. All items must be stored neatly to preclude tripping, provide access, and eliminate fire hazards. Updated August 30,

17 The roofing, siding, soffit, fascia and trim must be in good repair. Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly Electrical Conditions Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes, or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. Electrical hazards due to water leaks on or near electrical equipment are not acceptable. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. Light switches can not be broken, loose, or damaged. Appropriate switch covers must be in place. Updated August 30,

18 3. INTERIORS 3.1 GENERAL Rooms must be free of obstructions and clutter. All items must be stored neatly to preclude tripping, provide access, and eliminate fire hazards. Signs of rodent and/or insect infestation are not acceptable. Mold and mildew are environmental hazards that must be cleaned/removed immediately. Cause of growth must be identified and corrected. 3.2 FLOOR The floor must be structurally sound. There must be no signs of structural failure. Wood flooring must be in good repair. Missing and/or damaged planks are not acceptable. Hard (ceramic, clay, etc.) tile flooring must be in good repair. Missing and/or damaged tiles are not acceptable. Vinyl floor covering must be in good repair. Vinyl flooring must be installed properly and must not be damaged and/or missing. Vinyl flooring must be consistent throughout. Carpet must be in good repair. Carpet may not be excessively worn, dirty, and/or stained. The flooring surface must be clean. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Flooring must not show water stains, and/or damage due to water, mold and mildew. 3.3 WALLS Walls must be in good repair. Walls may not exhibit any holes or poorly finished joints. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. All wall surfaces must be clean. Walls must not show water stains, and/or damage due to water, mold and mildew. Updated August 30,

19 3.4 CEILING Ceiling must be in good repair. Ceiling may not exhibit any holes or poorly finished joints, and/or signs of water damage. Minimum ceiling height is 7' 0", except in stairways [see stairways for definition]. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. All ceiling surfaces must be clean. Ceilings must not show water stains, and/or damage due to water, mold and mildew. 3.5 EXTERIOR DOORS Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly. Door and trim must be in good condition. Hardware and locks must function properly. Surfaces should be free holes and rust. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Weather stripping and threshold may not be damaged and/or missing and should provide weather tight seal. Broken or cracked window pane(s) must be replaced All egress doors shall be readily operable from the side from which egress is to be made without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort. i.e., Double cylinder locks are not permitted. Storm/screen door must operate properly and screens must be in good repair. 3.6 INTERIOR DOORS Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly. Door and trim must be in good condition. All egress doors shall be readily operable from the side from which egress is to be made without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort. i.e., Double cylinder locks are not permitted. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. 3.7 WINDOWS Windows must open/close properly and remain in open position without aid. Windows must have properly operating locks. Updated August 30,

20 Broken or cracked window pane must be replaced. Window panes must be weather tight. Missing gaskets, and/or missing glazing compound are not acceptable. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Burglar bars must be operable from interior of room. Window blinds, shades and/or curtains must be properly installed, operational and clean. Windows used as secondary means of egress from living spaces shall meet the following code requirements: Clear opening of not less than 5.7 sq ft Minimum clear opening width - 20 inches Minimum clear opening height - 24 inches Maximum of 44 inches from floor to the bottom of the opening Maximum of 20 feet from bottom of the opening to grade 3.8 CLOSET Doors must operate (open/close/seal) properly. Door and trim must be in good condition. Paint should not exhibit chipping or peeling. Closet must have a closet rod installed. All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. 3.9 FIREPLACE If fireplace is operational it must be clean and have proper and functional vents. If fireplace is inoperable, it must be properly sealed to prevent use. Fireplace should be properly cleaned of ashes. * If operable, landlord must provide written proof provided by a licensed service provider for chimneys and fireplaces that the fireplace is clean and safe to operate ELECTRICAL Electrical hazards such as exposed wiring, open electrical boxes, or damaged electrical devices are not acceptable. Outlets can not be broken, loose, or damaged. Appropriate outlet covers must be in place. Updated August 30,

21 All lighting fixtures shall be properly attached, have a globe or shield in place, and be operational. Ceiling fan(s) shall be properly attached, have light globes in place and be operational. Light switches can not be broken, loose, or damaged. Appropriate switch covers must be in place. Outlets in "wet" locations are required to be GFI protected. Outlets can not be broken, loose, damaged and appropriate cover must be in place MECHANICAL Missing or damaged HVAC supply and/or return air registers and grills must be replaced/repaired ADA ACCESSIBILITY ADA ramps must meet Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (Fed-Std-795) for slope, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards. All ADA accessible properties must meet Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (Fed-Std-795) HALLWAY / STAIRWAY - SPECIFIC General Hallway must have a minimum clear width of 36" Ceiling Minimum ceiling clearance required is 7' 0". Stair ceilings must have a minimum clearance of 6' 8" measured at the most forward edge (front nose) of the stair Interior Stairways Stairs must meet code for step height and run, stability, handrails and have no tripping hazards as follows: Riser Height: The maximum riser height shall be 7 3/4 inches with no variation between the highest and lowest greater than 3/8 inches. Tread Depth: The minimum tread depth shall be 10 inches with the greatest tread depth within any flight of stairs shall not exceed the smallest by more than 3/8 inches. Handrail Height: Height shall be measured vertically from the sloped plane adjoining the tread nosing, or finished surface of ramp slope, shall be not less than 34 inches and not more than 38 inches. Handrails: Handrails shall be provided on at least one side of each continuous run of treads or flight with four or more risers. Safety guards shall be provided in compliance with code as follows: Updated August 30,

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