Has anyone addressed what kind of storage, if any may be stored on other that patio furniture.
Would the storage render a secondary means of escape ineffective? I've not addressed this (or needed to) but I'd think an exterior balcony/deck/lanai was designed for a particular purpose, of which storage is unlikely. Also, if this is under another of the same it could create an unanticipated exterior fire load.
This doesn't answer your question directly, but one thing NOT allowed are BBQ grills. This is often difficult to enforce, because apartment/condo owners will say they only store the grills on their balconies - that they do not use them there. Building codes, as adopted in many jurisdictions, however, rightly assume that if grills are stored on a balcony, there's a high likelihood that they'll be used on the balcony.
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