Chandler’s Roofing Hopes to Support Solar in Southern California HOAs

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Chandler’s roofing joins California Association of Community Managers to support roofing and solar in the area. The company predicts growth in the Los Angeles and Orange County HOA roofing and solar market.

 

Homeowners Associations (HOAs) can be an obstacle to solar installation. They’ve been known to deny people approval for solar systems, or even make them take down already installed systems. While more is being done to ensure HOAs don’t prevent homeowners going solar, opposition from the associations remains an issue for many.

So it’s helpful when solar companies get involved and help educate HOAs. A Southern California roofer and solar contractor, Chandler’s Roofing, today announced its official membership with California Association of Community Managers (CACM). CACM’s membership is made up of more than 3,000 California-based professionals from the community association management industry.

 

Chandler’s Roofing, which has a long history of working with HOAs, is repositioning itself to better support the anticipated roofing and solar demands expected for these communities in Los Angeles and Orange County over the next few years.

 

“We see a lot of pent-up demand within the HOA arena, as well increased pressures from rising energy costs,” commented Trevor Leeds, president of Chandler’s Roofing. “Chandler’s Roofing is strategically positioned to support the HOA roofing and solar market in Southern California, and we know that getting involved with an organization such as CACM will only help us to better educate Los Angeles and Orange County community leaders with the proper roofing and solar specifications for their communities.”

 

A number of HOA and community management groups use Chandler’s Roofing for their roofing and solar power services. Let’s hope that more alliances like this will help pave the way for more solar in HOAs.