Building Maintenance Committee

 

The Building Maintenance Committee oversees exterior maintenance projects as outlined in Article IV, Section 2B of the Declaration. 

HOA Responsibilities

When you purchased your townhouse you agreed that a third party, the HOA, had partial responsibility for some areas of your home. The Association has affirmative- and limited- maintenance, repair, and replacement obligations pursuant to Article IV, Section 2 of the Declaration. In other words, even though the Association has no ownership interest in your townhouse, it has certain legal obligations with respect to some specified areas of maintenance, repair, and replacement of your dwelling.

The Board has reviewed the Governing Documents with the assistance of our attorney, who only practices HOA Law. From that meeting we have compiled a LIST of HOA vs Owner Building Maintenance Responsibilitiesto assist homeowners with what on your property is covered by the HOA. This list does not supersede our Governing Documents but is to help clarify those documents. 

 

 

What’s Included

The Association’s obligation for any maintenance, repair, and replacement:

Does include:

1. Improvement and maintenance of common areas and improvements on common areas including but not limited to:

  • Pool, Sauna, Hot Tub
  • Clubhouse
  • Pond
  • Pond Deck
  • Mailbox Cluster
  • Street Lighting
  • Perimeter Fence
  • Signage
  • Street Signs
  • Dog Waste Stations

2. Trash removal from common areas

3. Maintenance of irrigation in common areas

4. Painting, repair, maintenance, and replacement of roof, shingles, sheathing, and felt

5. Gutters and downspouts repair, maintenance, and replacement (does not include cleaning out the gutters which is the owners’ responsibility.

6. Repair, maintenance, and replacement of exterior building surfaces, which the Board has interpreted to be limited to painting, power washing, and caulking of siding, and power washing of brick exterior, foundations, and siding, this does not include replacement.

7. Maintenance and replacement of porches, patios, stoops, and steps that were part of the original construction.

8. Maintenance and replacement of trees, shrubs, grass, walks, and curbs. The Association’s maintenance for the yards on the Lots shall be limited to the following:

  • Annual fertilizing, seeding, and aeration
  • Seasonal grass cutting on a reasonable basis
  • Annual mulching and pruning of trees and shrubbery
  • Association is not responsible for any plantings or flower beds installed by the owner
  • Annual removal of leaves

9. Water connection from a townhome to Water meter, sewer from townhome to county meter.

What’s Not Included

The Association’s obligation for any maintenance, repair, and replacement:

Does not include: 

  1. Gutter cleaning
  2. Replacing siding 
  3. Brick facade
  4. Foundations
  5. Decks
  6. Driveways
  7. Windows (including caulking)
  8. Doors (including caulking)
  9. Privacy fences

Owners may correctly conclude that the Association has no maintenance, repair or replacement obligations for any portion of a Lot other than what is established by Article IV, Section 2B of the Declaration and as the Board has reasonable determined in its policy resolutions.

Making a Repair Request

If after reviewing the list of HOA covered repairs you would like to submit a request, please complete the Maintenance Committee Request Formand email it to maintenance.committee@pebblelakehoa.com.

 

Scheduled Maintenance

[Power washing and painting schedule will be posted here soon.]

Roofing and Siding Materials

Roofing:

Moire Black from Best Distributors

Code: CTRSRHROXMB

Siding: 

Mill Creek White and Mill Creek Wicker from Lansing Products

Code: ALC MC50

 

Exterior Paint Colors

Front and Rear Doors:

Sweet Rosewood Valspar WV40016

Door Jambs and Surround:

Colonial Beige Valspar WV 400001

 

 

Questions or Concerns

Email Chris Spahr, Committee Chair 

 maintenance.committee@pebblelakehoa.com