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Roofing Tips for HOAs
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Roofing Tips for HOAs

Property managers are often meant to preserve communities regulated by homeowners associations (HOAs) by ensuring that measures are taken to keep each property in good shape. Maintaining these properties is no easy job. From roofing, windows, gutter, and siding, it’s never easy to oversee all these aspects of home maintenance.

While many home maintenance areas also require the attention of HOA property managers, our roofing pros at Restoration Rx will focus on roofing tips for your HOA community. Let’s check out the tips below.

Plan Your Projects

As a property manager for an HOA, part of your responsibility involves the roof and its maintenance. Hence, there are several repairs and maintenance projects that you will finance from your budget.

This demands that you plan your roof maintenance budgets ahead of time. Planning your projects also demands that you have every necessary budgetary allocation for each type of roof maintenance.

Adopt Proactive Maintenance

Another thing you must bear in mind is the quality of maintenance. You have to take a more proactive approach to deal with roof leaks, which are often the common roof issues within the HOA. This should involve arranging annual and biannual roof inspections with a certified roof repair company with a good track record. Our roofing pros can help you identify even the smallest leaks before your tenants bring the complaint.

As a result, we are able to undertake standard roofing inspections that will not disrupt the activities of your homeowners.

Ask Tenants to Alert You Immediately If They Suspect Any Leaks

One of the ways you can ensure that the properties you manage do not deteriorate is by working closely with the tenants. It would be best if you made the tenants understand the importance of drawing your attention to any roof issues rather than keeping it to themselves for a while. When minor roof leaks are discovered and repaired on time, it reduces cost and further damage.

There Should Be Reserve Funds

To keep reserve funds for roof installation and repair, a property manager must communicate with the HOA board of directors. This can entail reminding the board that special funds should be reserved for emergency roof maintenance and replacement. You should also explain to the board members the hidden costs of maintaining these properties.

Always Work With a Roofing Professional

One of the easiest ways to get your roofing projects up and running is to consult with an experienced local roofing company.

A roofing company like Restoration Rx will conduct a complete inspection on your HOAs and then offer you a detailed report that includes the most satisfactory solutions in line with your HOA’s regulations.

Your Sioux Falls Roofing Contractor

If you need a professional roof installation and other exterior services for your HOA properties, our team of experts is ready to help you.

Our records are unrivaled, and we will continue to set the pace for others. You can start by scheduling a consultation using our web contact form or reach us at 605-759-1531.

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