Maintenance Inspections for Homeowners Association Common Element

WHY YOUR HOA SHOULD CARE

The primary job of your homeowners association is to maintain property values. Ultimately, your property values are based on how well the common element is maintained. As a result it is imperative that your HOA stay on top of the common element’s maintenance needs. As the saying goes,

Fix me now for a little, or fix me later for A LOT!Association Manager

MTS Inspections Can Save Your Association Money

Finding just one issue could save an association thousands…Brian B.

Every homeowner knows that fixing items as they arise is always more cost beneficial then tackling problems once its a big problem. Well the same goes for homeowner associations, except the HOA has many buildings and lots of common element infrastructure that all needs maintenance. Let Mountains To Sea Inspections highlite the areas of immediate need and other items further down the road.

Why Choose MTS Inspections?

EXPERIENCE!!!

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Brian Barrett

Co-Owner


Four years managing homeowners associations in the Asheville & Hendersonville NC markets. Intimate knowledge of the budgetary requirements and common element needs of small to large complexes. This in addition to my 20+ years of construction experience and 13+ years of being a licensed NC General Contractor.



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Shannon Williams

Co-Owner


Over twenty years experience of commercial and residential construction experience, coupled with over 8 years of experience inspecting structures, mechanical infrastructure and fixed infrastructure. All in addition to maintaining a North Carolina General Contracting license in good standing for over 10 years.


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Erik Sorensen

Inspector


Erik brings 3+ years of commercial and association inspection experience from his time with Biltmore Farms properties and 2+ years of commercial property management from his tenure with Public Interests Projects. This experience coupled with his background in construction insurers that your association will receive the most accurate report to help determine the needs of your common element.



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Tommy Williams

Inspector


Tommy has been a licensed general contractor since 1980. He has extensive building experience in residential and commercial job sites as both a contractor and site superintendent. His knowledge base is exactly what is needed when a thorough and comprehensive assessment of an association’s buildings and grounds is needed to give a realistic and comprehensive view on problems located on the association’s common element.


Association Inspections – Our Process

Site Visit

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    The most important step in providing a true assessment of a homeowners association maintenance needs is a thorough, hands-on, site visit.

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    We have a nearly limitless number of items that we will inspect depending on an Association’s needs. These could include, but are not limited to:

    • Hard Surfacing – Concrete Sidewalks, Pavement, etc…
    • Storm Drainage
    • Grading
    • Signage
    • Recreational Areas
    • Buildings – Siding, Roofs, Roof Drainage, Windows, Foundations, etc…
    • Life Safety – Handrails, Guardrails, etc…
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    While we will work hard to accommodate your association’s scheduling needs, we prefer performing our site visits on a Monday or Tuesday to provide amble time during the week should a revisit be needed.

The Report

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    Once the site visit is completed, the collected data will be checked for accuracy and then uploaded to our reporting software for editing.

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    At Mountains To Sea Inspections, we utilize the HomeGauge Inspection Software to help develop a precise and easy to follow report. This report will outline in detail all of our findings with follow recommendations. These reports will be available immediately once the report is complete by logging into our online portal and can be downloaded in PDF format.

Support

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    At Mountains To Sea Inspections we will always be available to help answer questions that might arise when reviewing your report. Should the Board of Directors wish to have the report reviewed in person by the inspector who completed the report, just let us know when scheduling.