Our HOA Preventive Maintenance Manuals carefully illustrate every common area component the HOA is responsible for maintaining, and provide maintenance recommendations - including when to inspect, how often, and precise direction on what to look for during the inspection.
Our customized approach allows us to create a manual specific to your community - providing you the blueprint to community maintenance success.
CALGreen Section 4.410 requires specific operation and maintenance information be included in the Maintenance Manual. The list includes maintenance information for building exteriors. For “attached” condominium Units the Association is the “Owner” of the building exterior (not Homeowners),so the only way to satisfy CALGreen is through a combination of a Homeowner Manual and Homeowners Association (HOA) Manual.Read CALGreen
Senate Bill 800 says that in the case of a common interest development, the Association is the “Owner” of common area and any condominium building. To comply with SB 800, the builder must provide to the Association “reasonable maintenance information” in writing, including the manufacturers’ recommended maintenance schedules or commonly accepted maintenance obligations. Our Maintenance Manuals satisfy these requirements.
*Not all states have “Right-to-Repair” laws; however, our Manuals are a great tool for all developments to reduce liability and minimize risk.Read SB 800