Roofing and Siding Insurance Claims: Code Abuse/Enforcement | Building Inspector Explains

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00:16 Do insurance restoration contractors follow industry codes?
03:34 Can licensed building officials go to different jurisdictions and enforce building codes?
04:15 Differences between code interpretation, application, identification
04:47 There are grey areas in building codes
05:43 Should siding be removed if an insurance company will pay for it?
07:22 What happens when contractors don’t meet code?
08:52 Can contractors lose their license if they don’t meet building codes?

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