The remodeling section provides links on home improvement and general guidelines for help in maintaining your Mission Viejo Home.
All improvements must comply with the existing Mission Viejo Covenants.
Please review the covenant restrictions for your filing by clicking here.
In general it is suggested that unique design elements such as exterior wood beams, false balconies, shutters, split rail fences and any original rock or brick materials should be maintained for all residences. These distinctive features and finishes help to characterize the properties and should be preserved.
New additions, exterior alterations, or related new construction should not destroy the original materials that characterize the property. New work should be differentiated from the old and should be compatible with the massing, size, scale, and architectural features to protect the integrity of the property and its environment.
The Mission Viejo HOA has also published a series of Maintenance/Rennovation/Remodeling Briefs on specific topics which are reprints of articles appearing in our Mission Viejo Reporter Newsletter:
Issue 1. Concrete and Sympathy of Design
Issue 2. Finding the Right Contractor
Issue 3. Beams and Rafters
Issue 4. Aluminum and Vinyl Siding