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Spark Joy in Your HOA

Keeping your HOA happy was never simple, but boy, is it important. Let us help. Whether you’re hiring for your own HOA or an HOA you manage – keeping the property gorgeous is essential for a strong and joyous community. That’s where we come in.

Trust Spruce Box to keep your HOA looking hearty, maintained, and gorgeous. We know what it takes to keep an HOA looking strong across Portland’s seasons and various weather events. With regular maintenance, you not only delight your neighbors, but you add aesthetic value to your property and prolong the overall life of your buildings. With a climate as “unique” (to put it mildly) as Oregon’s – start taking care of your HOA with seasonal and year-round maintenance.

Don’t Let Residents Take Matters Into Their Own HOA Hands

Oregon weather is not to be messed with. Protect your buildings and keep your property looking cared for with our regular and seasonal HOA Maintenance Services. As much as someone in your HOA might love clearing gutters, it’s best to leave such adventures to the pros. From the aforementioned gutter cleaning to dryer vent cleaning, floor scrubbing, lightmapping and checks, and winterization, we’ll do it all, without even guilting Ole Mrs. Jackson down the hall. Keep your community happy and beautiful by hiring an outside maintenance company to keep your HOA looking as sharp as its residences.

Let our network of qualified, professional contractors create a custom maintenance schedule that matches your property and its resident’s needs. Keep your property and your residents safe by leaving the maintenance to the Pros. We’re on it and dedicated to getting your HOA looking as sharp as Picky Mr. Rogers can imagine.

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We’ll Help You Keep it Together

We know keeping an HOA looking sharp is hard. Let us help. With years in the industry, we’re dedicated to providing service that is excellent, affordable, and efficient. By having us on board for the long-term, we commit to developing a deep understanding of everything you and your property needs to keep your HOA healthy, organized, and awesome. (And much, much more.) With this deep understanding of your property, we’ll be able to anticipate the potential issues, suggest upcoming projects, and complete unique tasks that might be presented by your specific HOA. Beyond that, with our in-depth long-term relationship, we promise to provide a level of care and maintenance that will save you capital, frustration, and stress in the long run.

We don’t believe in quick fixes and short-term solutions. When we sign up to work on an HOA, we’re in it for the long-run. We believe in providing long-term plans of action, so you can trust us with your property. We’re committed to helping your HOA flourish and your HOA’s beauty and value increase over the years. We believe in long-term relationships. When we sign on with your HOA, we’re in for good.

How We Do HOAs

Beyond that, we actually love HOA maintenance. From winterization and climate adjustment to lawn care and landscaping, we actually love helping your HOA look as welcoming and warm as our own abodes and communities. With our amazing HAO team of professional contractors and technicians, we’re always available for any unforeseen maintenance adventures that may arise. Whether your HOA needs a preventative maintenance program or an all-encompassing landscaping and repair service, we’re in for it.

Once you’re on board, we’ll create a HOA Maintenance Plan and Calendar that’ll cover the lifespan of your building, giving you a long term roadmap to success. Gone are the days of calling a different contractor every time something came up. Instead, we’ll keep you posted of any and all upcoming services and get it done without you ever having to worry. We’ll schedule and bill as best works for you and keep your life frustrated and hassle-free (at least on the HOA maintenance side). We know managing an HOA is hard work – let us make it a little easier.

Make Your HOA a Little Happier Today

Spruce Box makes managing an HOA a little easier. With our system of lifelong maintenance schedules, our team of professionals, and our dedication to supporting local communities, we know how to go the distance for you and your HOA. Focus more on building your community and less on maintaining it. That’s what Spruce Box is for. Join us now for a Happier HOA Today.

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Here’s Your Spring ’21 Home Maintenance Checklist

February 24, 2021

Get Ready for Spring ’21 with this Maintenance Checklist

The flowers are about to bloom and the air is getting warmer. After the wet and cold winter, Spring will feel like the most wonderful time of year. But, Springtime also brings some must-do maintenance for your commercial or residential property. In this article, we’re going to look at the maintenance you need to do to prepare for Spring. 

 

Why Perform Seasonal Maintenance?

Before we get into specifics, though, it’s important to explain why seasonal maintenance is so important. The truth is, proper seasonal maintenance can extend the lifespan of your property, while also maintaining high property value. Whether you see your property as an investment, a home, or both, seasonal maintenance will ensure its long-term success.

 

Check accessible Plumbing Pipes for Leaks (under the sink, in the garage, crawl space/basement, etc.)
Although not necessarily a spring-specific item, it’s important to check all of the plumbing that you can on an annual basis. Gone unchecked, leaks can cause significant — and expensive — damage to your foundation.

Roof Cleaning

The roof of your building is an expensive, important piece of the property. So, make sure to have your roof inspected every spring. Extreme, harmful winter weather can damage your roof. It’s important to repair these small dings and damages while they are still minor. Also, It’s important to look around your home for any errant plant growth. This can be a sign of water damage. After all — plants need water to grow, and plants should not be growing from inside of your structure!

 

Clean Foundation Vents

Just like gutters, foundation vents can collect debris from winter storms. These can include leaves, twigs, and other plants that are blown around by storms. 

 

Lawn Maintenance

When springtime comes around, that means flowers and plants are in full bloom. But alongside the plants that you want, you may also see weeds, grubs, and invasive plant species. To prevent these unwanted pests from taking over your lawn, it’s ideal to do a springtime once-over. Make sure your lawn is clear of any unwanted plants so that your garden and lawn can grow beautifully this spring.

 

Inspect Caulking Around Windows and Doors

As the weather warms up and you look to use your air conditioning, it’s important to make sure your windows are well-sealed. Otherwise, you will end up with wasted energy and increased energy bills.

 

HVAC Inspection

Over the colder months, your HVAC system was probably working extra hard. Because of this, it’s critical to have the system properly inspected, serviced, and cleaned. By performing this annual maintenance after winter, you’ll be able to extend the life of your system and prevent an unnecessary, expensive replacement. Inexpensive, simple HVAC maintenance can prevent major problems down the line. 

 

Inspect the Perimeter of House for Sitting Water or Damaged Gutter Systems

It’s important to clean your gutters before and after the wet times of the year. Winter storms and snow can bring all types of debris into your gutters. These can build up and prevent your gutters from working properly. Spring is often a rainy season, which means it will be very important to have your gutters in proper, working order during this time of year. A clogged gutter can lead to a leaky roof or even severe water damage to your building’s exterior. Sitting water can damage your home and its foundation. It can also be a sign of leaky pipes or damaged gutters. While these may seem like minor inconveniences, serious water damage can occur. Your gutter system directs water away from home, preventing damage to your foundation and overall structure.

Inspect Bathroom Grout and Caulking for Gaps

Grout prevents dust, debris, and other materials from getting in between your bathroom tiles. If these things are allowed to penetrate the cracks between the tiles, they can grow mold and mildew. Combined with the wet weather that comes in Spring, this could be an absolute recipe for disaster!

 

Address Moisture Buildup

Winter storms mean excess moisture buildup — that’s no secret. But what you may forget is that excess moisture can create mildew and mold on your property. You should check your building for any mold that may have built up during the winter. Mold can most frequently occur in the attic and basement due to heavy rains or snowfall. A musty smell in these areas can be a sign of harmful mold. 

 

Walls and Siding

Whether your home is built with wood siding, stucco, or anything else, check for damaged spots. Water stains and water damage can frequently be found near gutter downspouts or eaves. These are a good indication that your gutters are not containing runoff adequately. 

 

Chimney Maintenance

Do you have a stone-built masonry chimney? If so, it’s important to check the joints between the bricks and stones. Are there any gaps? Have any pieces fallen out? Or, perhaps you may find some vegetation growing there. These are all signs of problematic water infiltration. Your chimney may need to be resealed with a water-resistant barrier material.

If you have wood siding, look for gaps in the wood or knots. These are good places for ants and other pests to get into your home. As the weather warms up, these problem species will become increasingly abundant. 

 

Let Spruce Box Help

We know — this is a long list, and you’re a busy person. So, let the professionals help. Our team can create and execute a personalized seasonal maintenance schedule for your property. The above-listed pieces are critical to good maintenance, but no two homes are the same, so it’s important to get a custom-made maintenance plan. Schedule a consultation with us today!