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Help with your HOA’s Mukilteo roofing companies requirements
Elite’s Mukilteo Roofers are dedicated to providing superior solutions. Mukilteo has a number of neighborhoods that have stringent covenants that regulate re-roofing of homes. Because we work with many/most of the HOA’s we are very comfortable addressing your HOA. Mukilteo residents can feel comfortable working with Elite Roofing to assure full compliance with HOA regulations. Unlike most roofing companies, Elite can help with HOA compliance on any roof, window or other project.
Mukilteo Roofers in Harbour Wood Neighborhood
In Harbour Wood, homeowners are responsible to maintain their roofs in good condition. Mukilteo homeowners residing in Harbour Wood must first seek the approval of the Home owners’ Association’s Architectural Control Committee (ACC) before re-roofing. Whether the project encompasses roof repair or replacement the homeowner must submit detailed plans to the ACC, detailing the type, color, and nature of the materials, and the qualifications of the roofer. Roofing materials that the ACC will consider:
- Cedar Shake Shingle
- Metal resembling shake roofing
- Architectural Composition rated at 40 years or better
- Any other material not yet developed that would be an equivalent or better than the materials listed.
Whatever material is used, the ACC will only grant approval if the color, style, etc. harmonize with the overall aesthetics of the community. Homeowners may not use roofers who are not duly licensed under the statutes of the State of Washington without the express approval of the ACC: only use licensed roofers. Mukilteo Harbour Wood requires all roof drains be connected to the public storm sewer system, unless an alternate system is approved.
One Club House Lane North Neighborhood
As in other area housing developments, homeowners in One Club House Lane North are responsible for the repair, replacement, and maintenance of their roofs. When choosing roofing companies, Mukilteo homeowners residing in this subdivision must keep the requirements of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) firmly in mind. All roofs are to be constructed of unpainted cedar shingles, shake, or tile, and any repair or replacement must be of the same quality as the original material. If an inferior material is used, the ACC will require the homeowner to replace it at his/her own expense.
Before any work is commenced, homeowners must seek the approval, in writing, of the ACC, who will determine whether the proposed changes, alterations, or repairs harmonize with (1) the surrounding structures; (2) the natural and built environment; and (3) the aesthetic character of the community. Again, if work is commenced prior to obtaining the approval of the ACC, the homeowner may be required to remove/replace any portion that does not meet with the requirements of the ACC.
One Club House South Neighborhood
The roofing requirements of the One Club House Lane South homeowners association are much more detailed than their sister development (One Club House Lane North), listed above. Before considering any roofing project or choosing a preferred roofer, Mukilteo residents living in One Club House Lane South should thoroughly familiarize themselves with the requirements of the Roofing Committee, a subdivision of the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). Basically, the HOA covenants indicate that approved roofing material consists of cedar shake or shingle, and any alternative roofing material needs the approval of the ARC as blending in with the existing cedar shake roofs in style, texture and color. The Roofing Committee has clarified the latter part of this requirement, and sets forth detailed information as to what types of roofing materials are acceptable.
When undertaking a roof replacement from their roofers, Mukilteo homeowners must select from one of the following options:
- Natural Cedar Shakes
- DaVinci Classic Shake Roofing (synthetic composite)
- CertainTeed Presidential TL Ultimate (asphalt composition)
No matter which roofing material is chosen, homeowners are responsible to ensure that the preparation and installation is done with a high standard of care and professionalism, following the roofing material manufacturer’s installation specifications exactly.
Discovery Quest Neighborhood’s Mukilteo Roofers
The ACC at Discovery Quest requires that all replacement roofs should match the original cedar shake shingle. Any materials other than cedar shake will be considered by the ACC on a case by case basis, and must be consistent in color, architectural characteristics, and size relative to the cedar shake roofing in place. Check with your roofers. Mukilteo Discovery Quest requires materials other than cedar be approved:
- CertainTeed Presidential Shake and Presidential Shake Tri-Laminate (TL)
- GAF-ELK, Grand Canyon and Grand Sequoia
- Pabco Paramount Advantage Signature Cut Shingles
All proposed roofing replacement projects must be submitted for approval to the ACC. Where the material requested is other than cedar shingle, a sample of the desired material should be provided to the ACC at least 30 days prior to the proposed work. If materials are used that are not approved, the HOA will require that the homeowner remove and replace those materials within 30 days at their own expense. Finally, in cases where approval is granted, if work is not commenced within 60 days, that approval is considered revoked, and the application must be resubmitted.
A Note on Elite Roofing: Mukilteo roofing companies, and HOA’s
Elite’s Mukilteo roofers work closely with homeowners and homeowner associations in Mukilteo. Roofing Companies must comply with HOA covenants or be subject to removal and replacement of the material. Mukilteo HOA’s may require prior approval before work begins. Elite Roofing works directly with the HOA on your behalf. We are proud of the happy customers we have that call us their contractor. Elite’s roofing and other reviews may be found here.