We encourage every HOA to contact WindeeVent for pre-approval. In order to satisfy your HOA, we recommend the following:
1. Professional Installation to ensure vents are installed quickly and correctly.
2. Custom painted to match garage door.
With so many benefits and minimal aesthetic difference, HOA approval should not be an issue. We invite all HOA Board Members to contact us directly for a presentation.
Need Help getting approval from your HOA to have WindeeVents installed in your garage door?
A former HOA president has some advice,
“I just had these vents installed and wish I had done it sooner. I could immediately feel the breeze from outside coming into the garage. The crew arrived when promised, installation was quick and clean, and I had no issues getting approval from the HOA since it is not an eyesore. You can hardly tell they are there, once I painted them to match the garage. I even had to look twice to make sure I posted the correct picture. If you are having any issues with your HOA (I know how that goes – since I was President of our HOA for 17 years), just submit some of these before and after photos along with your ACC form. I’ve already had several neighbors stop by and ask about my vents. I can only take credit for making the decision to call. The rest is all product and installation. Well – I did do the painting.” – Steve Pillar
What is an HomeOwners Association?
According to Wikipedia,
In the United States, a homeowner association (or homeowners association) (HOA) is a corporation formed by a real estate developer for the purpose of marketing, managing, and selling of homes and lots in a residential subdivision. It grants the developer privileged voting rights in governing the association, while allowing the developer to exit financial and legal responsibility of the organization, typically by transferring ownership of the association to the homeowners after selling off a predetermined number of lots. Membership in the homeowners association by a residential buyer is typically a condition of purchase; a buyer isn’t given an option to reject it. Most homeowner associations are incorporated, and are subject to state statutes that govern non-profit corporations and homeowner associations.