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Question DetailsAsked on 8/27/2017

In need of a licensed Contractor who has approval to work in leisure world seal beach.

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


As far as approved contractors (I did not know they limited contractors other than the insurance requirements, though you have to (if coming more than one-time) get them a Pass, especially if they want to come in other than at the main gate.

As far as approved contractors (assuming this is interior remodel or landscaping work, not basic structure or plumbing or electrical repair because as I recall except for remodel activities basic maintenance/repairs on the core structures are handled by Leisure World), you would have to check with the Director of your - oh, what do they call it - your "Mutual" as I recall, your sector manager, about specific contractor requirements and also about Mutual approval of any plans for remodeling. having worked there on a few jobs during initial construction and soon after it was first opened, as I recall they have very strict review procedures for plans for anything more than interior painting and flooring - getting a kitchen remodel approved for instance just about took an edict from God.

Because remember - the way it is set up (or at least used to be) is one did not "own" their unit, they were a shareholder in the overall community and essentially had a life lease on it.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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