Your Homeowners Association, or HOA, has certain rules when it comes to the appearance of homes within the community. These standards need to be maintained so that property values can be protected. Your roof, for instance, needs to be approved by your HOA — which can add to the challenges of roof replacement. 

But as long as you follow the guidelines set by your HOA, you can expect a smoother process and be able to get your project off to a good start.

Abby Windows, one of the area’s most prominent roofing and siding contractors, shares a few basic information that you should know when seeking HOA approval for your roof replacement.

Tips on Getting HOA Approval for Your Roof Replacement

Below are a few things that you should keep in mind when requesting HOA approval for your roof replacement project:

  • Get HOA approval early. HOA approval takes time, so you need to start the process early to avoid delays in your project. Remember that the longer you wait to replace your roof, the worse the damage or problem will get.

  • Be ready with the requirements. Your HOA will be mainly concerned with three things: roof style, materials and shingle colors. Make sure to provide this information as they will likely have specific requirements for these details. 

  • Bring in a contractor. Roofing contractors can make it easier for you to process your HOA requirements. They will ensure your project is in line with the HOA guidelines.

What Happens if My Roof Replacement Didn’t Get HOA Approval?

In case your roofing plans did not get approved, the best thing to do is to ask your HOA about the changes that need to be made so that your project would meet their requirements. Your HOA can tell you exactly the necessary adjustments that should be done on your plans. Keep in mind that you can only start your roof replacement project once your HOA has given you the green light.

Abby Windows is one of the most reliable roof and door installation contractors in the area. We handle each project with professionalism and keen attention to detail, so you can rest assured that the job will be done to your satisfaction. Call us at (414) 209-0404 or fill out our contact form to request a consultation.