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current design review guidelines, which you can obtain from a committee member.
Special requirements apply to homes on corner lots where drivers must have adequate visibility. Additionally, in some communities, zoning laws may impact private fencing. Your responsibilities include checking on such details. Century Communities recommends that you engage the services of professionals to install your fence. Be certain to inform a fence installer of all design review requirements. See also “Property Boundaries” on page 5.41. Variation Height and location of Century Communities installed fences will vary with lot size, topography and shape. Century Communities must meet the requirements of the Design Review process just as any homeowner would. Wrought Iron Fencing/Railing Wrought iron is subject to rusting if it is not maintained. Use touch-up paint on any scratches or chips. Inspect the fence twice a year and touch-up as needed, then plan to repaint the entire fence every one to two years to keep it looking its best. As with wood fencing, prevent sprinklers from spraying your wrought iron fence or rails. Check monthly to confirm that water does not stand around the fence posts. Make corrections to drainage as needed to prevent this. Century Communities Limited Warranty If fencing is part of your home purchase, we will confirm the acceptable condition of the fence during your orientation. Century Communities will correct fence posts that become loose during the warranty period. Be aware that damage to fencing caused by severe weather should be referred to your homeowner insurance company and is specifically excluded from warranty coverage.
Homeowner Use and Maintenance Guidelines Gas Fireplace Century Communities offers direct-vent gas fireplaces. If you’ve ordered this type of fireplace, it’s use will be demonstrated during the orientation. Read and follow all manufacturer’s directions. A slight delay between turning the switch on and flame ignition is normal. The flames should ignite gently and silently. If you notice any deviation from this and any gas smell, immediately shut off the switch and report it to the gas company.
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