There’s really a lot to like about living in a community that’s managed by a homeowner’s association (HOA). An HOA neighborhood is designed to be clean, well-kept, and safe for its residents, and HOA homes often enjoy higher property values as a result. But one of the biggest draws to living within an HOA are the many built-in conveniences and amenities. This low-maintenance lifestyle often includes perks like managed lawn care and landscaping, pest control, consolidated utilities, and trash service, and convenient access to recreational and other site amenities.
One of the most popular and essential amenities to be included in any HOA is a playground for children. Why? Many HOAs contain a significant percentage of families with young children, so it just makes sense to include amenities that are designed to engage that demographic. If your HOA is serious about attracting young families, then you’ll want to invest in some facilities that actually give children something constructive to do. And there’s no better outdoor facility for engaging children than a playground, or a playground/park combination!
One of the best things about living in an HOA neighborhood is the sense of connection it offers. Each family and set of residents may be very different, but they have all chosen to live within a planned community for some specific reasons. One reason that shows up on nearly everybody’s list is the desire to socialize and have a sense of belonging. And no one needs to socialize and develop their sense of belonging more than children!
Here are some specific benefits to having an HOA community-based playground:
And let’s not forget many of the particular benefits of playground equipment for children:
Everybody looks for ways to save money when they can, and HOAs are certainly no different in that regard. However, in order to create the right kind of play ground facility for your community, it really doesn’t pay to try and cut any corners. You really need a playground that’s well-designed, well-built, rugged, low-maintenance, and built to last. In other words, what you need is a commercial playground. Settling for lower-cost, low-quality equipment is a safety risk you really don’t want to take; you’ll also end up spending more in repair and maintenance costs over time, too.
That’s why quality and craftsmanship matter to the folks at Carolina Recreation & Design. We won’t sell or install anything that we wouldn’t trust our own children to use! What do quality and craftsmanship look like when it comes to the right commercial play products for your HOA?
Of course, choosing the right playground equipment and play structure products is only part of the equation. It’s also essential to choose the right partner who can install your playground properly, and is also equipped to help you with all of your site preparation and site amenity needs. At Carolina Recreation & Design, we do a lot more than just sell great play products and equipment. We also offer and install safety surfacing, handrails, barriers, sun shades, mounted cameras, covered outdoor structures and seating areas, and much, much more!
We’ve worked with a number of local HOAs, and we’ve also partnered with local parks, community centers, schools, daycares, churches, and businesses. Our full-service solutions include everything from site prep and design to permitting, electrical, water, sewer, fencing, paving, landscaping, you name it! In other words, we don’t just offer exceptional products, we actually go the extra mile to provide complete site solutions, start to finish!
Ready to get started on your perfect HOA playground in NC, SC, or VA? Give us a call today at (704) 664-1833! You can also reach out to us online by filling out this simple form. Carolina Recreation & Design has all your commercial playground and site needs covered!
Carolina Recreation & Design is a full-service general contracting company offering turnkey installation of recreational products for parks, schools, churches, clubs, daycares and amusement parks. We distribute commercial recreation equipment in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.