|Do not contact our HOA property manager for personal repair work
Homeowners are responsible for repairs for: home appliances, toilets & showers, A/C & HVAC, clogged sinks, patio landscape, garage doors & openers, electrical & outlets/lights, water heaters, and other items inside the home. See a list of homeowner responsible items here
Have a vendor to add to our list?
If you know a vendor who is licensed, reliable, and has done good work for you in the past, let us know by sending us their contact information.
Rancho San Joaquin Homeowners Association and its officers, directors, employees, agents, affiliates, and successors in interest ("RSJ Entities") are not responsible or liable for any Content, products, goods or services available or unavailable from, or through, any third party or Service Provider. You agree that should you use or rely on such Content, products, goods or services, available or unavailable from, or through any third party or Service Provider, RSJ Entities are not responsible or liable, indirectly or directly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with such use or reliance. Your dealings with, or participation in promotions of any Service Provider, and any other terms, conditions, representations or warranties associated with such dealings, are between you and such Service Provider exclusively and do not involve RSJ Entities. You should make whatever investigation or other resources that you deem necessary or appropriate before hiring or engaging Service Providers.
* Items below require approval of an HOA Architectural application BEFORE proceeding.
** Indicates vendor below is also used by our HOA. Contact the vendor directly for personal service requests, not our property manager; the vendor will then bill the homeowner. (Note: Irvine Exterminating offers homeowners a monthly insect control service for inside the home and garage. Contact the vendor below or view here for more info.)
*** Regarding concrete paver vendors below: Pavers installed outside the home (e.g., driveways, walkways, patios) first requires an Architectural application as well as following the steps in our Paver Program Policy & Rules document, including signing an indemnity agreement.