Spring Architectural Annual Inspections:
Please take note that Sequoia Management will begin the Annual Architectural Inspections in early April 2020. Please make sure to address any exterior items that may need attention in order to avoid receiving a violation notice. Some common items we look for are posted below. Please note this list is not all inclusive and additional items may be cited if they are not in compliance with the Communities Architectural Standards.
Lawn Maintenance (See attached lawn maintenance tips): Overgrown lawns, weeds in lawns and landscape beds, dead or dying bushes, trees, and plants.
Paint: Chipping, peeling, bubbling or fading of paint on trim, shutters and front doors.
Miscellaneous Items: Public view storage of trash cans, recycling bins and miscellaneous items such as newspapers, garden tools, children’s toys, etc.
Repairs: Items in need of repair such as removal of mold/dirt from roof; rotted wood trim; broken fences, gates or boards; missing or damaged shutters; etc.
Maintenance: Items in need of maintenance such as yard work, deck and fence stain, cleaning of steps, fences, mailboxes etc.
If you are needing guidance on how to keep your lawn maintained, you may also contact the Loudoun County Garden Master at (703) 771-5150. They will be able to answer any questions you may have and provide suggestions to keep your property looking beautiful!
Spring Projects –Get Your Architectural Applications In:
As a friendly reminder, any exterior modifications made to your home or lot require approval from the Architectural Review Board before construction or installation. This includes decks, patios, fences, and large recreational play equipment (such as swing sets and trampolines). If you have already constructed or installed one of these items and did not receive approval, you must still submit an architectural application to the HOA for approval. Failure to do so will likely result in complications when you choose to sell your property. Please reference the Architectural Design Standards and Maintenance Standards for more information on lot maintenance and the application process.