Want to green your HOA? Follow our tips for a smooth process Source: https://www.environmentguru.com/pages/elements/element.aspx?id=5032936 © EnvironmentGuru.com

For those of us who live in communities with a Homeowners Association (HOA), we know that it can be a challenge to jumpstart new community projects. From the initial idea to breaking ground on the project, there are many meetings, conversations and negotiations that have to happen with HOA members. This is especially true when trying to implement green projects, like installing a RainScape.      Read the article……………..


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