Signs of Structural Damage What Boards, Managers, & Building Staff Should Look For

What are some signs of structural damage that boards, managers, and building staff should be on the lookout for?
Every municipality has its own schedule and criteria for exterior building inspections and upkeep - but in between official visits, boards, managers, and association staff can and should keep an eye out for some of the telltale signs of structural issues with their property. In this clip, some engineering and architecture pros offer advice on what exactly your on-site personnel should be on the lookout for. 

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