§ 96.024  FOUNDATIONS, WALLS, FLOORS AND ROOFS.
   (A)   No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of this chapter unless the following conditions are met.
      (1)   The foundation elements adequately support the building at all points.
      (2)   Every floor is free from holes and wide cracks which might admit rodents or which constitute a possible accident hazard.
      (3)   Every floor is free from loose, warped, protruding and rotting floor boards.
      (4)   Every exterior wall is free from holes, breaks, loose or rotting boards and timbers, and any other conditions which might admit rodents, rain or dampness to the interior portions of the walls or to the interior spaces of the dwelling.
      (5)   Every interior wall and ceiling is free from holes and large cracks.
      (6)   Every interior wall and ceiling is free from loose plaster and other structural material, the collapse of which might constitute an accident hazard.
      (7)   Plaster, paint, and all other surface materials are of a character as to be easily cleanable and are reasonably smooth, clean and tight.
      (8)   The roof is tight and has no defects which admit rain.
   (B)   No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be deemed to comply with the requirements of this chapter unless the following conditions are met.
      (1)   Every water closet compartment floor and bathroom floor is made of terrazzo, tile, smooth concrete, dense hardwood with tightly fitting joints, rubber, asphalt tile, linoleum or other similar material providing a surface which is reasonably impervious to water and is easily cleanable.
      (2)   The floor is made of 1 of the denser softwoods, with tightly fitting joints, and is covered with varnish, lacquer or other similar coating providing a surface which is reasonably impervious to water and is easily cleanable.
(Prior Code, § 96.19)  (Ord. 3337, passed 8-7-1961)  Penalty, see § 10.99