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Homeowners Associations are volunteers from within the neighborhood who manage the common areas and community property. They also create and enforce covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&R). HOAs attempt to maintain the neighborhood’s preconceived level of quality and lifestyle.

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What do you need HOA permit for?

If you are wishing to expand your property, add a structure or change anything around it is required that you get the HOA permit. The HOA permit is usually used when doing home improvements, specifically:

  • Ceilings
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Columns
  • Plumbing

For HOA permit, you will need a site plan showing your unit/home in relation to other structures nearby. On the site plan you will need features such as:

  • Walls
  • Utility easements
  • Fire hydrants
  • Plumbing systems
  • Electrical lines, etc.

What is the first step?

First step is to provide us with the address of the property. You can do that by placing an order for one of the packages here or send us a quote with any questions here. We will do our best to help you and recommend you the most suitable package for your needs or give you a Custom Hourly Quote if your needs are not in the scope of work for our packages. You will get a quote from our most skilled designers.

Once we get all the information needed we will start working on your project. The usual turnaround time for the site plan is within 24 hours. We are also able to make a RUSH plan within 12 hours and 6 hours. If needed we will make your project prioritized.

We are here to make your request into mutual successes.

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