If you are interested in modifying the exterior of your townhouse, please fill out and send in the the LARC Exterior Modification Form prior to starting the work. The LARC committee is allowed 45 day to approve or disapprove your request. Although most decisions are made within a week, please take the approval time into account before scheduling work to start. The LARC form can be found on the here. If you have any question please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. 

Common areas that will be looked at during inspections are included in the LARC Inspection Notice document

We have broken down the next section into approved replacements by which contractor built your townhome. If you are not sure if your townhome was built by Beazer or Carr please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Beazer Homes

Carr Home


Mold and Concrete

If you are looking for an alternative way to clean your concrete, try using Wet & Forget. Results are not instant but take a few days to a month depending on severity as it is an all natural non-caustic, non-acidic product with no bleach. Environmentally friendly for those with concerns over plants and animals.


Lamppost Lights Bulbs

Lamppost light bulbs need replacing regularly. Working lampposts are an important part of neighborhood security as well as the charming aesthetics of our neighborhood. If yours is out, please repair it immediately or risk being written up by the LARC committee.

If your bulb blows out frequently, try these tips:

1.) Check your garage GFI outlet (the one with a red and black in the middle). Make sure the red reset button is pushed in. Many homes have experienced GFI outlets popping frequently. These outlets should be replaced every 5-7 years or if they are popping frequently as they wear out over time.

2.)  Spray WD-40 into the light socket before screwing in a new light bulb. This will deter small gnats from getting in there and causing the bulb filament to blowout as they get shocked.

3.) Use a ceiling fan bulb or other industrial strength bulb. These tend to have stronger filaments that hold up to vibrations better. Some homeowners have had great success with using a fluorescent bulb.

If your light fixture is broken and no longer work, please click on the link for Beazer Homes and Carr Homes above to locate information about approved replacement posts.