As we focus on elements of home ownership to make our community stronger and better for all, paint is the spotlight for June.
How do I know if my house needs paint?
- Fading, cracking and a blotchy appearance are all indicators that it is time to paint.
- Compliance staff is available to assess whether your house needs paint; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 623-742-6030.
If my house needs to be painted, what are my color choices?
A detailed description of paint choices is available in the Residential Design Guidelines/Paint (RDGs/Paint), Section II, page 5. Basically, homeowners have three choices when selecting a paint color:
- You may paint in the original developer-applied paint scheme for your home. See the RDGs/Paint, Section III, page 7.
- You may paint in the two-color paint scheme. The two-color paint scheme color chart is in the RDGs/Paint Section III, pages 8 and 9. Paint color boards for the two-color paint scheme are available at the ACCCA office.
- You may choose from the three-color paint scheme. The three-color paint scheme color chart is in the RDGs/Paint Section III, pages 8 and 10. Color Paint Notebooks for the three-color paint scheme are available at the ACCCA office.
Do I need to apply for approval before painting?
If you are painting in the original developer-applied paint, please follow the guidelines in RDGs/Paint Section III, page 7 to determine if an application is necessary. If you are changing from the original developer-applied paint scheme, you must complete the Exterior Change Application. Complete information is in the RDGs/Paint Section III, page 8.