hoa 727 SAPPHIRE ST RULES RELATING TO REPAIRS rebrand.ly/727rule

The following is from the HOA Rules and relates to maintenance/repairs

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Requests for any change to a unit's floor, walls, ceiling, plumbing, heating system, or
electrical wiring, or to its assigned parking space, shall be submitted to the Board of
Directors in writing (which can be by way of email). This shall include the installation of
a washer/dryer, replacement of carpeting with wood, tile, linoleum or another hard surface flooring,
the replacement of doors and windows, and the installation of a screen door to the
entry of a unit. Requests must set out in detail how and what will be changed and/or
installed and what materials will be used.

In submitting a washer/dryer installation proposal to the Board, a resident must certify that
the appliances will not connect directly to the plumbing of the building, but rather will be
connected to the plumbing completely within the unit. The resident's proposal must also
include the model of the washing machine and dryer (which must be ventless) as well as
the plans of his/her contractor that confirms that the washer and ventless dryer will only be
connected to plumbing within his/her unit.

If a resident needs to have all or part of the building's water shut off for any reason, the
resident shall provide notice of the shut off at least 24 hours beforehand by posting a
written notice of the date and time of the shutoff near the mailboxes in the building's
lobby. In addition, the resident shall notify the Association's manager as well as the
President of the Board at least 24 hours beforehand.

Owners shall notify the Association's manager in writing at least three (3) business
days before the owner or any tenants move in or move out of the owner's unit so
that protective pads can be placed in the elevator. Moving appliances, furniture and
any other items into or out of the building shall not occur through the lobby;
Instead, only the garage shall be used to move-in and move-out of the building

No construction in, or renovation of, a unit shall occur before Sam or after 7 pm. Notice
shall be given to the Association's manager by sending an email to
Barrier.Reef.Condos@gmail.com at least 48 hours prior to the start of any construction or
renovation of a unit, including non-emergency plumbing work as well as any other
activities that have been approved by the Board under R&R 40.

Bicycles, shopping carts, and construction/renovation materials, etc. shall not be taken
through the lobby. As mandated by Paragraph 13(d) of the CC&Rs, there shall be no
obstruction of the building's hallways and other common areas, nor shall anything
(including shopping carts, strollers, walkers, bicycles, construction/renovation materials,
etc.) be kept, parked or stored in the hallways or other common areas of the building.
Shopping carts shall be returned to the garage area after each use and shall not be left in the
elevator.

Residents shall notify the Association's manager or a Board member before large furniture
or appliances are brought into or out of the building so that protective pads can be placed in the elevator. 
Large furniture and appliances shall only be moved into or out of the building through the garage.


The trash chute shall not be used before 7 am or after 8 pm. Loose garbage and trash shall
not be put in the trash chute; instead, to minimize attracting insects (e.g., roaches) and
other pests, all garbage, and trash shall be placed in a securely sealed plastic bag before
putting it in the trash chute or in the large trash container in the garage. Outside the hours
of7am and 8 pm, residents shall bring trash/garbage directly to the trash room in the
garage, much like is required of recyclable items. Residents shall not leave their
trash/garbage containers in the hallways or other common areas.

 Only papers, cardboard boxes, and small recyclable items (e.g., cans, bottles, etc.) shall be
placed in the recyclable container located in the trash room in the garage. Cardboard boxes
shall be broken down before being placed in the recyclable container. Residents shall
never put cardboard boxes (even if broken down) in the trash chute (due to the potential for
obstructing the chute.)

 Residents (especially those moving into the building) shall not overflow the recyclable or
trash containers with cardboard boxes, packing materials, etc. In addition, residents
(especially those moving out of the building) shall not leave any item or object on the floor
of the trash room or place any oversize item or object in the recyclable or trash containers.
This includes any type of appliance, furniture, construction materials, mattresses, bed
frames, or other similar items or objects. Disposal of all such items and objects shall be
the responsibility of the resident and shall be at his/her expense


Residents shall not paint or remodel a balcony or patio without first obtaining the written
approval of the Board. No additional lighting of a permanent nature shall be installed or
used on balconies or patio areas. 


Awnings, sun shades, etc., do not enhance the aesthetic appearance of the building and
shall not be installed. Only clear screens are allowed if properly maintained and not
allowed to become deteriorated

Replacement of external doors and windows shall comply with the style and color
approved by the Board. Residents shall ensure that window and door screens are kept on
their track at all times. Draperies or window coverings should be white or off-white on the
exterior side.

Requests for any change to a unit's floor, walls, ceiling, plumbing, heating system, or
electrical wiring, or to its assigned parking space, shall be submitted to the Board of
Directors in writing (which can be by way of email). This shall include the installation of
a washer/dryer, replacement of carpeting with wood, tile, linoleum or another hard surface flooring,
the replacement of doors and windows, and the installation of a screen door to the
entry of a unit. Requests must set out in detail how and what will be changed and/or
installed and what materials will be used.