Problems with Neighbors

Condominium living requires cooperation between neighbors. Activities in and about your unit should not interfere with the rights, comforts, or convenience of the other residents. The Fairfax County 24-Hour Noise Ordinance includes television, stereos and parties, as well as barking and/or howling animals.

Should a situation arise where you believe that your right to a quiet and safe environment is being violated, and your attempt(s) to resolve the problem have not had results, you may file a complaint with the Association. Use the Action Request Forms that are available at the site office. Upon receipt of a compliant in writing, management may send a letter notifying the owner against whom the complaint is lodged of the alleged violation. If the problem persists, a hearing may be conducted, requiring all involved parties to attend, and the Board of Directors will listen to the facts and issue a decision in executive session.

Water Leaks

It is important that every owner maintain his or her unit so that it does not leak, but sometimes accidents occur such as overflowing tubs, leaking pipes, or showers with failing caulk or grout. If a leak originates in a unit, it is the responsibility of that unit owner to fix the problem and any damage caused to other units or to the common elements. If a leak originates in a common element, it is the Association's responsibility.

Our Staff

Kelly Dillon
Rick Russell
Talltree South
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Cardinal Management Group