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Building Trap Basics

About this video: A building trap at a commercial building is a plumbing device installed to prevent sewer gasses from entering the building’s interior. It typically consists of a U-shaped…

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Mansard Inspection

About this video: A mansard roof is a roof that rises by inclined planes from all four sides of a building. The sloping roofs on all four sides have two…

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Spray Foam Roof Inspection

About this video: Join Dillon Winiecki as he inspects a spray polyurethane foam (SPF) roof. SPF coating is applied by spraying a liquid onto the existing roof and allowing it…

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Rooftop Solar Inspection

About this video: Join Dillon Winiecki as he discusses how to approach inspecting rooftop solar at commercial buildings following the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties (ComSOP). The…

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Fixed Ladder Safety

About this video: Join Rob Claus as he assesses a fixed ladder during a commercial property inspection to safely access a low-slope roof. A fixed ladder is defined as a…

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Account Dashboard Tutorial Video

Welcome to CCPIA! In this video, we provide an overview on navigating your CCPIA member account dashboard. Learn the basics of accessing and managing key features such as account information,…

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Loading Dock Inspections

About this video: Loading docks are listed in the ComSOP under the Doors, Windows, and Interior Section 6.5.11. The main items to keep in mind are:  Inspectors should inspect all…

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