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Subject: Architectural Compliance Committee
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BrianO3
(California)

Posts:3


11/12/2020 8:03 PM  
My HOA is stating that because they don't have an Architectural Compliance Committee they don't need to enforce the building code Impact Insulation Class (IIC) for a new owner who removed carpeting and put in hardwood flooring.
MarshallT
(New York)

Posts:114


11/13/2020 5:53 AM  
Hi,

Not true at all. Committees are assembled to help with these sorts of issues, but it is ultimately the board that is responsible for enforcing rules.
SheliaH
(Indiana)

Posts:3577


11/13/2020 6:22 AM  
So your question is.......?

If this is a building code issue, could you file a complaint with the agency who enforces it?
BrianO3
(California)

Posts:3


11/14/2020 9:31 AM  
Thanks
BrianO3
(California)

Posts:3


11/14/2020 9:32 AM  
Thanks
KerryL1
(California)

Posts:7660


11/14/2020 12:08 PM  
What do your own documents say, Brian? Don't you have a set of Architectural Guidelines? Don't your CC&Rs say something about architectural changes and flooring materials?

Is this a multi-story building or buildings? How many units?

Do you have a property manager? S/he if certified (should be!) should know something about this topic.

I'm not sure, but I don't think your local building dept. has any authority over this type of topic.
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