First HOA Services LLC performs facilities maintenance. We can repair building components (exterior and interior) and help with preventative maintenance.
In Texas with it’s the change of season and brutal summer heat and spring rain, it is important that exterior building envelope is checked for cracks in caulking and other areas, susceptible to water intrusion. Water and moisture is the number one problem for rotten wood, interior damage and other problems associated with water intrusion. Exterior buildings should be painted with a durable and good quality paint that will perform like a raincoat, to protect the building from moisture and water intrusion.
Window flashing is extremely important to check for evidence of cracks or spaces where moisture intrusion can take place. In addition, roofing should be checked at valleys and flashing areas for premature failure where moisture can intrude into the building envelope.
First HOA Services LLC can perform both preventative maintenance and building repairs. We also can repair site improvements and infrastructures like fences, walls, signage and other HOA property items.


First HOA Services LLC Principals are highly trained and experienced in the construction and maintenance of residential and commercial structures. With a combined 30 years of experience working with some of the country’s largest Engineering, Real Estate Developers and Builders, we know what it takes to maintain facilities, buildings and infrastructures. Often builders are not exercising proper due diligence when it comes to Quality Control. Some things get overlooked in the construction process. First HOA Services LLC knows what to look for and where. We can correct maintenance deficiencies and perform preventative maintenance.


First HOA Services LLC has years of experience in the inspection and observation of underground utilities including Water, Sewer, Paving and Drainage.

Asphalt failure at Drainage Catch Basins is a result of the failure or breakdown of cement the was used to seal the pipe to catch basin structure. The result is the storm water was able to wash away the limestone rock / base, allowing the asphalt (which is a flexible pavement material) to move, therefore resulting in the asphalt failure.

We can perform a remedial repair and restore the rock base and correct this problem.