Residential

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To Schedule an inspection,
Please call 440-526-2630

OFFICE HOURS:

M – F  8:30 to 4:30

 

Staff


Scott Packard
Chief Building Official
State Certified Building Official, Building Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Plumbing
Inspector, Residential Building Official, Residential Building Inspector, Residential Plans
Examiner and Residential Plumbing Inspector.

Steve Synek
State Certified Building Official, Building Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Electrical Plans
Examiner, Residential Building Official, and Residential Plumbing Inspector. Board of
Zoning Appeals Coordinator.

Marie Cuccia
State Certified Building Inspector, Electrical Inspector, and Residential Building Official.

Jeanne Magistro
Building Department Office Staff. Planning Commission Coordinator’s Secretary

Gina Zdanowicz
Building Department Office Staff. Board of Zoning Appeals Secretary

John Chyla
Property Maintenance Inspector
 

Residential

Safety Checks

Periodic safety checks should be performed throughout your property.

  • Furnace and Air Conditioners
  • Hot Water Tanks
  • Smoke Detectors (every 6 months)
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors
  • Fireplaces, Wood Burners and Chimneys
  • Dryer Vents
  • Decks, Railings and Stairs

 

Cars For Sale

Please remember that any vehicle for sale must be positioned on your driveway. Cars displayed on lawns or any other non-driving surface is illegal. Also, no vehicles may be parked on lawns at any time for any reason.

Lawn Maintenance

All premises and exterior property shall be maintained free from weeds or grass growth in excess of 10”.

Temporary Pools

Temporary pools 18 inches or greater do require a permit and inspections. The pool must be at least 10 feet off of the side and rear property lines, and properly connected to the electrical system per the National Electrical Code.  Temporary pools also require a barrier. Please see the Residential Pool Regulations under the “Resources” list.

Contractors Are Required To be Registered With The City Of Brecksville

For your own protection, the city code requires all contractors, large or small, to be registered with the City of Brecksville prior to starting any job. Contact the Building Department to verify if your potential contractor is currently registered with Brecksville.