Maintenance and Insurance

This is our attempt to provide a general guideline for the responsibilities for Maintenance and Insurance. These questions can be complex and feel free to use The Fairways Request for questions.

Unit Owner

The Unit Owner is responsible to Maintain and Insure all property, both real and personal, within the interior surfaces of the perimeter walls, floors, and ceilings and the necessary repair, maintenance, and replacement of all windows, screens, and doors, including the frames, sashes, and jambs. and the hardware therefore.

Provide the necessary repair, maintenance, and replacement of all plumbing, electrical, heating, cooling, and other utility or sendee fixtures, compressors, equipment, tanks, lines, pipes, wires, ducts, and conduits which are designed to serve only their unit but which are outside the interior surfaces of the perimeter walls, floors, and ceilings of their Unit.

 

Each Unit Owner shall perform cleaning and housekeeping with respect to Limited Common Elements such as door sills, stoops, patios, porches and/or decks, garages, and sidewalks that are for the Unit’s exclusive usage.

The Fairways Property Manager, Board&Beam, can provide Maintenance, or will provide a referral, at the cost of the Unit Owner for Maintenance not provided by The Fairways.  Please use The Fairways Request form.

Each unit owner shall, at his own expense, obtain liability insurance, with a minimum coverage of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) for personal injuries or damage arising out of the use and occupancy of the unit, Limited Common Elements and the Common Elements.

The Fairways

The Fairways is responsible to Maintain and Insure the Common Elements of the Condominium Property which consist of:

  • The land for the Common Elements

  • The Clubhouse

  • The Sidewalks

  • The Roadways

  • The Parking Areas

  • The Yards

  • The planting areas

  • The Roofs

  • The structural members of supporting walls, fixtures, and other parts of the buildings which are within the boundaries of the units but which are necessary for the existence support, maintenance, safety, or comfort of any other part of the Condominium Property;

  • All other parts of the Condominium Property situated outside of the boundaries of the units which are not otherwise designated herein as limited Common Elements or limited exterior service facilities, which Common Elements would include, without limitation, walls, fences, utility lines, foundations, columns, girders, beams, and supports supporting walls.

  • Insurance comprising the Condominium Property and all personal property as may be owned by the Association shall be insured by the Association as defined within the Declarations and ByLaws

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