Articles: Maintenance

Beyond Lawn Care

Wooded areas, meadows, streams, and ponds are features that add value to our community. We’re fortunate to have some of these features because they enhance property values, increase aesthetic appeal, improve our environmental quality, eliminate noise and wind, and reduce our energy bills. The responsibility to maintain our natural areas goes beyond the capabilities ofRead More
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Help Keep Our Community Green

Like leaders in more and more associations these days, our community leaders strive to use environmentally friendly products and services. Here are some tips that you can use in your home to continue this positive trend in the community: Use organic products, such as organic lawn fertilizers, which are less harmful to the environment. ChooseRead More
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A Pain in the Drain?

Spring is on its way, but before you can enjoy those May flowers, you need to make sure you’re prepared for the April showers. Start by protecting your homes and buildings against drainage failure.
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Why We Contract for Professional Landscaping

Maintaining common areas is one of the board’s most basic responsibilities. To fulfill that responsibility, the board has contracted with a professional landscaping company. Before signing the contract, the board sought bids from several potential companies, carefully considered the competence and expertise of each company, checked references, and compared fees.
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Why a Maintenance Schedule is Important

From time to time, residents submit maintenance requests and become frustrated when something isn’t attended to immediately. Part of the reason for the delay is that the association develops and follows an annual maintenance schedule, and the manager knows that next month’s routine maintenance will be taken care of. We also use the schedule toRead More
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State Statutes

Download documents that govern the property management industry in North Carolina.

Ch. 47C - Condominium

Ch. 47F - Planned Community

Ch. 55A - Non Profit