When you have moved to a new home in Frisco, you have a lot on your plate. You may have some repairs or changes you want to make to your house, inspections that have to be done, and a whole set of new local codes and ordinances to follow. Many neighborhoods also have HOA regulations that must be conformed to if you want to live in the area. But how do you find out the Frisco neighborhood’s HOA regulations? Here are a few ways you can find them.
Ask Your Neighborhood HOA Representative
Each HOA has a local representative as a point of contact for you. Usually, after you move in, you will receive information on your neighborhood via a “welcome packet” or the representative may come and introduce himself or herself. In the packet, you should be given a book full of the HOA regulations and who to contact if a problem arises.
If you did not receive a Frisco HOA regulation packet, check your neighborhood’s website. Many times, neighborhoods keep an online copy as a resource guide for people looking to move into the area. If you can’t find your Frisco Neighborhood’s HOA regulations online, you can search for nearby neighborhoods that may have similar regulations.
Check Local Codes
If your HOA regulations are vague or ambiguous, you can check your state, city, and county codes for guidance. The roofing experts at Peak Roofing & Construction routinely check all local laws to ensure full compliance when we install or repair a roof. We are happy to assist you in pointing you in the right direction.
If you need assistance with your roof and checking compliance with HOA regulations, call Peak Roofing & Construction. Dial (972) 335-7325 to schedule your appointment with our licensed roofing experts.