This standard refers to doors used for entry into units, common area rooms, and other locations where there is a presumption of privacy or security between locations (e.g., from the hallway into a unit but not within a unit). “Door hardware” refers to any equipment that is part of the operation of a door, including hinges, self-closing devices, and any other installed hardware.
The hardware on entry doors must be physically tested to ensure it functions as intended. This standard does not apply to any door with fire labeling on the door.
|Def#||Deficiency||Severity||Repair Due||HCV Rating|
|1||Entry door will not open||Moderate||30 Days||Fail|
|2||A Unit Entry door will not close||Severe||24 Hours**||Fail|
|2||A Common Area Entry door will not close||Moderate||30 Days||Fail|
|3||Entry door self-closing mechanism is damaged, inoperable or missing||Moderate||30 Days||Fail|
|3||Entry door self-closing mechanism is missing (evidence of prior installation)||Moderate||30 Days||Fail|
|4||A Unit Entry door cannot be secured/locked||Severe||24 Hours**||Fail|
|4||A Common Area Entry door cannot be secured/locked||Moderate||30 Days||Fail|
**PBV/HCV Correction Timeline is 30 Days for this Deficiency