There does not appear to be structural damage that has created or could create hazardous or uninhabitable conditions.
Examples of Good Repair Standards include but are not limited to the following:
- Severe cracks are not evident. (X)
- Ceilings & floors are not sloping or sagging beyond their intended design. (X)
- Posts, beams, supports for portable classrooms, ramps, and other structural building members appear to be intact, secure and functional as designed. (X)
- There is no visible evidence of severe cracks, dry rot, mold, or damage that undermines the structural components. (X)