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Exterior, Outbuildings & Structures
Why Do I Need A Snow & Ice Contract In Puget Sound?
MANY HOA AND CONDO BOARDS ask themselves every year if they need a snow contract? After all this is Seattle, it will melt off by noon. Let’s look at a few issues before deciding. There are 1 million slip and fall claims every year, in the US. The average slip and fall claim is $48,000. What is your association liable for? Are you insured for this?
Preparing Your Community Associations
THERE ARE MANY laws and regulations in Washington State that community associations should be aware of and prepared to address. Common area safety and electric vehicle charging are two examples that we elaborate on below.
Rain, Rain, Go Away!
April showers bring May flowers…and sometimes uninsured losses! Building damage caused by heavy rain, clogged gutters and storm drains, accumulated water in a crawl space and any other water that originates OUTSIDE of a building is generally excluded on most policies for several reasons.
The Longest Life For Your Pavement
While we do not often think about the blacktop beneath our tires and under our feet, having a proper maintenance program for your asphalt can extend its life significantly, therefore pushing out the replacement date and saving thousands of dollars. Transblue offers free asphalt consultations, call today! 425-658-0098
Reserve Study Washington: “The Top Six Components”
A reserve study is a budget and disclosure document, supplementing operating & maintenance budgets for the large expenses that don’t occur each year. In this busy world, focusing on a handful of key items in your reserve study may keep you out of costly trouble.