Lightning Protection for Lightning Safe Homeowner Association Communities

Awareness about the dangers of lightning to people and property has significantly increased since the National Weather Service began its annual safety campaign in 2001. With consumer organizations like the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.) citing a demonstrated track record of lightning protection systems (LPS) in helping to reduce property losses, more and more homeowners are examining the cost benefits of LPS. While LPS provide security, increased building resiliency and peace of mind against a common weather peril, not every homeowner’s association (HOA) may have a clear understanding of these systems and the benefits they provide. Although homeowners should expect to be able to have LPS installed on their property with little or no restrictions, sometimes HOA approval may be needed to ensure system materials and methods comply with national safety Standards of LPI, NFPA and UL.     Read the article……………


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