Is Your HOA Responsible for Your Water Damage?

No matter what type of home you own (whether it’s a single-family house, condominium, townhome, etc.), if you live in an HOA, your HOA has maintenance responsibilities. Your HOA may be responsible for maintaining the roof, the pipes, the windows, or foundation. When it fails to do so, water can enter your property and cause catastrophic damage. Water intrusion can destroy your walls, your floors, and your furniture. The resulting mold growth can damage your health.

We’ve fought countless HOAs over water intrusion. Let us help you protect your most important assets: your home and your health. Whether you are ready to engage us or not, here are 5 steps you need to take when you suffer water damage to protect your rights as a homeowner.

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