If you live within a homeowners association (HOA) community, renovating your home may be a bit more complicated. Before you get the project started, you should seek approval from your HOA board first to make sure it adheres to the community’s governing regulations, also referred to as covenants, conditions & restrictions (CC&Rs).
While not all renovation projects may require an HOA approval, a siding replacement does. To learn more, here are a few do’s and don’ts you should keep in mind.
DO Get Approval Before the Project
Before hiring a siding contractor or purchasing your new siding boards, the first thing you need to do is to get approval from your HOA board. The CC&Rs should talk about the project approval process as well as what forms you need to submit to the board. Most HOAs may require you to submit a project proposal form. If you go ahead with