Insurance is an essential part of any community association’s risk management program.  But purchasing a good policy is only the first step in the process.  Proper claims handling must occur for the association to receive the benefits of insurance.  Colorado’s Front Range experiences some of the highest hail storm frequency and severity in the country.Go to Resource
Do you know whether your association has adequate insurance? Do you even know how to figure this out? Every community association needs to protect itself from various losses, claims, and liability exposure through a comprehensive insurance program. This article provides some tips to ensure you have adequate insurance: TIP 1: Know the primary sources ofGo to Resource
  As we move through the winter months, many owners are already anticipating the exterior home improvements they want to make in the spring. For most covenant controlled communities, exterior modifications require prior association approval upon submittal of an architectural request form. But do your forms contain all the necessary provisions to adequately protect theGo to Resource
  A wise person once said: “Never make snow angels in a dog park”. That is good advice. Another piece of good advice is to be prepared, this winter season, for frozen pipes and finger-pointing. When the temperatures plummet, condominiums and townhomes often experience frozen pipes and resulting water leaks.  When that happens, everyone startsGo to Resource
  Many associations require their contractors to present certificates of insurance as evidence that the hired company has insurance. The certificate often used, called an ACORD certificate and contains information including, but not limited to the following: basic policy details, such as policy numbers, descriptions, limits, deductible amounts, and identity of carriers;provides that the certificateGo to Resource