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Heritage Townhome Association - Eden Prairie

Heritage Townhome Association - Eden Prairie

Project complete - Touch up Painting IN PROGRESS

Greetings and welcome to the Project Page for the painting project at Heritage Townhome Association in Eden Prairie. We are looking forward to being onsite with you! 

 

 

Welcome to your Project Blog!

Heritage Village Site Map ROUTE

Site Map @ Heritage Townhomes

 Heritage 6 5

Tentative Finishing Schedule - Updated 6/5

We'll update the schedule above as we progress on the project and know the pace of the painters. Stay tuned to the blog for updates and we will also post notices on your building in advance of pressure washing. Thanks!

 

Friday, June 8th: Hello and TGIF! 

It's Friday, the sun is shining, and we are wrapped up *mostly with your painting project at Heritage Village. We completed our walk through yesterday and made note of areas in need of touch ups. We'll likely complete these next week on Monday, weather pending. Again, it has been our pleasure working with and for you this year. Have a great summer! 

Friday minions

Fri-YAY!

Thursday, June 7th: Good afternoon! We are excited to say that we are wrapping up on your project today and are also completing our walk through to make sure all buildings are up -to -par and shining bright! 

It has been our pleasure being onsite over the last month completing our carpentry repairs, pressure washing, and then painting of your buildings. We appreciate your cooperation in moving items to allow for washing and for unobsructed access while painting and staining. We hope you enjoy your freshly painted association and have a great rest of the summer!

Wednesday, June 6th: 

So we had some major storms blow through the area over night and into this morning. And eventhough the weather seems like it will clear for the rest of the day, the surfaces got pretty soaked so they'll need some time to dry before we can resume our painting. Buildings 17 and 19 remain and we'll tackle them as soon as we're able. Stay dry! 

Rain delay june 6

Tuesday, June 5th: Good morning! 

We've updated our finishing schedule and Building 17 is starting today, which is a day ahead of schedule. We are finishing up 16, 18, and 20 as well. We'll be completing touch ups and performing a walk through in the next couple of days. If you do see blue tape around your homes, please leave the tape as it designates areas for touch ups. Thanks! 

Monday, June 4th: Hello and happy Monday! We hope you all had a great weekend. 

We have the crews starting 3 of the 4 final Buildings today with prep and painting. We anticipate with clear skies, the crew will be starting the final building on Wednesday and be finished up by week's end. 

Heritage Marvin prep and tapes

Marvin tapes and covers one of the windows before spraying. 

 

Another building and another day of prep work and taping.

Wednesday, May 30th: Hello and happy Wednesday! 

The crews are not onsite today due to weather. We'll be tracking the rain and will let you know when the surfaces have sufficiently dried out allowing the painting to resume. 

We've tentatively updated the finishing schedule for the remaining several buildings. You may notice we've jumped around a little and this is because we have 3 crews onsite and with varying crew size and the size differences between the buildings we won't necessarily work in order. Please feel free to reach out if you have further questions regarding the schedule. 

We plan to stick to the schedule above, weather permitting of course. Thanks in advance for your cooperation and patience as we can't control Mother Nature.

Tuesday, May 29th: Good afternoon residents of Heritage! We hope you all had a great weekend! 

It's going to be another hot week - it's crazy to think that on March 29th we were admist a blizzard. I think we'll take the heat over the snow!

We have crews finishing up Buildings 10 and 11 today and then starting on Building 12, 13, and 15. We project that they'll begin Building 16 on Friday, weather permitting. We'll be keeping an eye on the weather and will keep you of any delays or 'rain days.'

We'll also be staining your decks as we go. Again, if you haven't let Jesse know your stain color, please contact him via email or call, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 612-363-4586

 Heritage caulk and prep 6

Caulk and prep.

Heritage tape and prep 4

What do you mean it's 94 degress?!

Friday, May 25th: TGIF! 

The crews will resume their painting today at noon due to the overnight rain.  Also, since we did have a decent amount of rain, we won't be staining any decks today. So feel free to put your deck items back on for the long weekend and we'll complete the staining next week.

We'll be completing a thorough clean up of our work areas so you can have a tidy space and enjoy the long weekend!

Memorial Day 2018

Wishing you a beautiful Memorial Day weekend. In honor of all the veterans as well as the active service members. Thank you for all you do. 

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Rolling into the weekend!

Heritage prep tape 5

Another day and another round of prep work. 

Thursday, May 24th: Greetings! 

It's a scorcher out there! We hope you're staying cool in this wicked heat. And it's only going to getting hotter for this Memorial Day weekend!

The crews are rocking steady on Buildings 9, 10, and 11. They'll be pressure washing the remaining buildings tomorrow as well. Once we wrap up for the day tomorrow we'll be extensively cleaning up so your homes are BBQ-ready for the holiday weekend.

Heritage peek a boo

Through the looking glass, or ladder rather. 

Heritage getting all our decks in a row

Getting all of our ducks in a row @ Heritage. 

Wednesday, May 23rd: 

Project Check-in

Tuesday, May 22nd: Hello residents of Heritage! 

Quick update today: the crews are painting on Buildings 7, 9, and 10. We are also looking ahead to the end of the week and pressure washing the remaining 5 buildings (#15-20) as the forecated rain has seemed to dissipate and we'll have a full week of prep and painting. 

Heritage Marvin 2

Marvin sprays an area of the rear elevation. 

Monday, May 21st: Greetings and happy Monday! 

We hope you all had a great weekend! It's the start of another week and the crews are back to the grind. One of the crews is wrapping up on Building 6 and will then begin their prep on Building 7 today. Building 9 is also in progress, while the crew working on Building 8 will return tomorrow to finish it and then begin on Building 10. 

We do have potential rain in the mix for this week, so stay tuned for any weather delays. 

*Homeowners: Please contact Jesse 612-363-4586 with your deck stain information if you are able. Since there are slight varations across decks, we want to make sure to match the existing. If you do not have record or know the color that was used we will do our best to match the stain you already have. Thank you! 

** Schedule update: We'll be pressure washing Buildings 14/15 tomorrow. Thank you in advance for your cooperation in moving small or personal items from the outside of your home and deck to allow for safe an unobstructed access while washing and then painting. 

Heritage double duty

Two is twice as nice. 

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Prep work on one of the residence entry ways. 

Friday, May 18th: Hello and TGIF! 

The weather looks pretty good for this weekend, with the possibility of some passing showers, but mostly warm and dry, which is good news for Art-a-Whirl. The event is this weekend and entails open art studios, workshops, markets, and any/all reasons to get out and enjoy exploring and connecting with the artist community in Northeast Minneapolis- read also that a lot of local breweries and establishments have coordinating events as well!  And let's not forget the Royal Wedding and more importantly don't forget to set an alarm- 6am is when the festivites are starting. Brit's Pub on Nicollet Ave is hosting a viewing party from 5am-9am. Cheers! 

The crews at Heritage are continuing on Buildings 5, 6, and 8. These buildings should be wrapped up by today and then we'll be starting out prep and painting on Buildings 7 and 9 on Monday. Buildings 10 and 11 will be pushed back to Wednesday and Thursday, respectively. 

Heritage prep cover

Another day and more prep on your buildings. 

Heritage work in progress

Spraying on the color - it's a work in progress. 

Heritage work in progress 2

The siding is prepped and caulked and ready for paint. 

Thursday, May 17th: Good afternoon! 

The Royal Wedding is in two days and social media is having a heyday as many people have been following along in the planning since Prince Harry and Megan Markle's engagement. One thing we're looking forward to is Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon's revival of their TV fictional characters Cord and Tish to live broadcast coverage of the Royal Wedding on HBO. 

Tish and Cord have prepared a special song for Prince Harry and Megan. 

The crews at Heritage have begun their prep and painting on Buildings 6 and 8 today. They're also continuing on Buildings 5. We'll be updating the schedule tomorrow for the early part of next week. 

 Heritage tape garage door

Prepping on the front elevation of the buildings. 

Heritage tape garage windows

Inch by inch, we cover all surfaces before painting. 

Wednesday, May 16th: Hello and happy heat wave Wednesday! It's a warm one, but it feels so good especially after the winter we've had!

We've updated our finishing schedule above - note* we'll be starting Buildings 6 and 8 tomorrow and then 7 will start on Monday, May 21st. There's a jump in the order because of how we pressure washed them and designating crews to each building. 

The crews are also pressure washing buildings 10, 11, 12, and 13 today. 

Heritage PW 4

Ain't no mountain high, or should we say peak...pressure washing all surfaces. 

Heritage deck stain

The deck stain looks so fresh and really brightens up the surface. 

Heritage caulk and prep

Tape, plastic, and caulk - lots of prep time before we paint. 

Tuesday, May 15th: Good afternoon! 

Did you know it's 100 days until the Minnesota State Fair? So far they've announced the Grandstand line up and soon they'll be announcing the free stage entertainment shows and the much anticipated new foods list! I suppose this is the start to our '100 Days of Summer' in MN - ready go! 

The crews are continuing on Buildings 3 and 5 today. We've adjusted our schedule a bit so please note we'll be starting Building 6 on Thursday and Building 7 & 8 on Friday. The crew will also be pressure washing Buildings 10, 11, 12 and 13 tomorrow as scheduled.

 Heritage ladders up 1

All taped up and ready for paint. 

Heritage taping and covering windows

Obed tapes up and covers the windows. 

Monday, May 14th: Good morning residents of Heritage Village. We are in for a treat this week - sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s. Now this is the May weather we've been waiting for. 

We made an error on our end with scheduling, Buildings 10-13 will not be pressure washed today, but instead will be pressure washed on Wednesday. Sorry if there was any confusion! 

The crews have completed Buildings 1 & 2, aside from the decks and are now prepping and painting on Buildings 3 & 4.

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Sunshine ahead! 

Heritage caulk siding

Jaime preps and caulks prior to painting.

Heritage prep and tape

Did we mention the importance of a thorough prep?

Heritage plastic cover windows

The crews' detailed and careful prep will yield a clean and crisp finished product. 

Friday, May 11th: Hello and TGIF! It seems the rain has held off and the crews are taking full advantage. They're continuing to prep and paint on Buildings 1& 2. We'll start on Buildngs 3, 4, and 5 on Monday - with prep work and also starting to paint. Buildings 10, 11, 12, and 13 will be pressure washed on Monday as well. UPDATE** These buildings will be washed on Wednesday, May 16th. 

We want to wish all of the Moms a Happy Mother's day! Have a great weekend! 

Jimmy Fallon is always ready to crack a joke or poke fun...and this video is nothing short of that. We all know Moms have some great dance moves ; )

 Heritage spray peak

No fear of heights here! 

Heritage rollin

Brush & roll, repeat!

Heritage exterior spray

Nothing can stop me, I'm all the way up! 

Thursday, May 10th: Good morning residents of Heritage! We've finally caught a break in the rain and the crews are ready to rock! They're beginning their prep work this morning and then will begin painting this afternoon - for the temperature to rise a bit and also any moisture to dissipate. 

We're continuing to keep a watchful eye on the radar and forecast for tomorrow - rain is likely possible and we will let you know whether or not we'll be onsite. 

Thanks!

 Heritage prep plastic

Taping and covering the soffits. 

Heritage extender

Elmer- "I wish I was a little bit taller..." Cue up Skee-Lo

Heritage prep and covering

Plastic, tape, and drop cloths OH MY! The crews make sure to cover all surfaces thoroughly. 

Tuesday, May 8th:

Rain Delay @ Heritage Village Townhomes

Good morning! Unfortunately with these gloomy skies and forecasted rain we are going to delay the start of your project. The rest of the week looks hit or miss with rain, but we are hopeful to start on Thursday, 5/10. We'll be updating the blog to reflect the most current information, so feel free to check back. Thanks!

Monday, May 7th: Good afternoon residents of Heritage Village. We hope you all had a great weekend - it was one for the books!

The crews are underway with pressure washing Buildings #5-9 as well as continuing carpentry repairs and replacements. We'll be keeping an eye on the weather for potential rain this week and will notify residents of any delay here on the blog. Thanks!

Heritage carpentry trent

Our carpentry maestro is checking in with the carpentry crew on board replacement. 

Heritage carpentry repairs

The 'Boys in Blue' are getting the job done at Heritage. 

Heritage PW marvin

Marvin is onsite and powering through pressure washing!

Friday, May 4th: TGIF! It's a beautiful day and it's looking just as great for the weekend!

The crews have started pressure washing Buildings 1-4 and will wash Building 5-6 on Monday, 5/7. We've added more Buildings to our schedule above as well as moved up the prep and painting dates for Buildings 1-2. We will update the schedule above as often as we can; once the crews get going we'll be able to better gauge their pace, but with the dry and warmer weather ahead we do anticipate we'll be getting to buildings sooner than anticipated. 

Heritage chris

Chris repairs a rotten board. 

Heritage carpentry repairs

Anibar takes down a broken siding board. 

Heritage PW

Suns out, pressure washers out!

Heritage PW my little friend

Scarface anyone? 'Say hello to my little friend'

We hope you have a great weekend and...

may the 4th

Pun intended : )

Thursday, May 3rd: Good afternoon! 

You may have seen the 'blue crew' onsite today- they are our seasoned carpentry duo. They're making their way through the association to repair and replace approved areas. 

We'll begin pressure washing your buildings tomorrow as well. Slight change, we'll be adding Building 4 to the list for tomorrow. We'll be washing 1-4 tomorrow and then 5-6 on Friday. 

Tuesday, May 1st: Happy May Day! We can't believe it's finally May and that the weather is finally aligning with the 'Spring' months. 

Your project is on the cusp of starting as we are finalizing our schedule and allocating crews. Firstly, the carpentry crew will begin their repairs on select homes starting tomorrow, Wednesday, 5/2. Included in this scope of work is repair of select siding, trim, and decking substrates. We anticipate this will take roughly 5-7 working days to complete and they should be done by Wednesday, 5/9. 

Secondly, we'll also begin pressure washing Buildings 1 - 3 on Friday, 5/4 and then Buildings 4-6 on Monday, 5/7. If you reside in these buildings, we kindly ask that you please remove any small and/or personal items from the outside of your home and deck to allow for safe and unobstructed access for washing and painting. Thank you in advance for your cooperation! 

Once these buildings have been washed and have had adequate time to dry, we'll be back onsite to begin our prepping and painting of included surfaces on the 1st Building and will then work on buildings in numerical order. Prep and Painting is anticipated to begin on the 1st Building on Wednesday, 5/9. 

Stay tuned, here on the blog for progress and schedule updates as well as any changes that may come up due to weather. We'll also be posting pictures of the progress! 

Thank you for having us and we look forward to starting your project tomorow! 

Monday, April 30th: Good afternoon! What a gorgeous day; we are finally into the coveted spring weather! 

The morning rain has pushed back the start of our carpentry crew to ensure surfaces have dried completely. Our carpenters will be onsite Wednesday to begin their completing of any and all replairs prior to the start of painting. We'll be posting notices tomorrow to notify those residents to which areas we'll be working on. Thanks! 

Friday, April 13th: We are in for another April snow storm and not a more fitting day than today, Friday the 13th. Today's rain will turn to snow late -afternoon and the Metro could see between 6"- 12" of snowfall. Fingers crossed this is the last snowfall Mother Nature throws our way. Stay safe and have a great weekend!

Once the snow clears and the weather warms up a bit, we'll begin your painting project at Heritage Village. Your project will entail the prepping and finishing of the 52 units (20 buildings) in your association. We'll be painting the exterior surfaces -including siding, garage doors, soffits, trim boards, fascia, wood window trim wood trim, and entry support columns. We'll also be prepping and staining deck floors, railings, support posts, and screen frames & stair treads where applicable. 

As we near closer to the start date, we'll post a route map detailing specifically where the crew will start and the route they'll follow to complete the project. We will also post a finishing schedule to alert homeowners as to when we'll be painting on their building. 

We encourage you to utilize this project blog to stay apprised of project progress, finishing schdules, and any other updates or weather delays if they happen to come up. We'll be posting progres updates and pictures several times a week. 

Thanks so much for logging on and we'll see you soon!

 

Nick Roell

Project Manager

Ph: 763-559-5296

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Comments (58)

  • Pat

    16 June 2018 at 20:11 | #

    First, thanks for a great job on the painting, etc. I have been traveling and if you are still in the area/project for final touch ups, we have a loose board on the back of our deck (lower level) we are at 9435 Libby lane. thanks.

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  • Bill Gooding

    16 June 2018 at 14:46 | #

    Hi Guys,

    Just a quick note. At the bottom of the vertical board my address numbers are attached to it appears a couple of eraser size bubbles have appeared along with a slight edge peel at the very bottom of the same board. I will mark with blue tape once the rain stops.

    Overall great job.

    Thanks,
    Bill

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    • Dana

      16 June 2018 at 20:25 | #

      Hi Bill- Thank you for the kind words. It has been our pleasure to paint out at Heritage. We’ll add those bubbling areas to our touch up list- thank you for bringing it to our attention. Have a great rest of the weekend!

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  • dan griffith

    15 June 2018 at 13:42 | #

    Good morning again. I forgot to mention that there are two boards on the deck that are in bad shape, could you please take a look.

    Thanks, Dan

    P.S. Great job on the painting!

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  • dan griffith

    15 June 2018 at 13:36 | #

    Good Morning.

    Sorry this took so long to respond. Just a couple of inputs.
    1} couple of spots need a little touch up --Marked with Red tape. One in the back and one next to the electrical boxes on the West side of the garage.
    2} It does not appear as thou the deck has been sealed - Looks very rough. Also the back side of the top rail has not been painted.

    Thanks

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    • Dana

      15 June 2018 at 14:01 | #

      Morning Dan-
      Thanks for the kinds words! We'll add the areas you mentioned to our touch up list for the crews as well as look into your deck stain and deck boards. Have a great weekend!

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  • Norb Nicpon 9409 Libby

    14 June 2018 at 18:49 | #

    Now that you guys are almost finished, it's time to pick up your yard signs.

    Nick and crews, thanks for the excellent work and the follow up on open items.

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    • Dana

      14 June 2018 at 21:22 | #

      Norb- Thank you for the kind words! It has been our pleasure working at your association! We'll grab those signs in the next day our two. Have a great weekend!

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  • Mike Fritz

    14 June 2018 at 14:07 | #

    I am not sure if you are done with the touch up, but there is one spot on the right side of the house. If you walk up to the front door and look to the right you will see the blue tape.
    17531 Hackberry Ct.
    Mike Fritz

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    • Dana

      14 June 2018 at 17:35 | #

      Hi Mike- Thank you for your comment. I've passed along your message to our site supervisor. Thanks!

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  • Ann

    13 June 2018 at 23:39 | #

    I am at 17397 Ada Court and it appears the window and trim on the upper weak were not painted. I also noticed some areas on the metal around the windows in the sun room were missed.

    Thank you!

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    • Dana

      14 June 2018 at 00:42 | #

      Hi Ann- thanks for bringing this to our attention. I’ll let our job supervisor know and will add it to the touch up list. We’ll be taking care of touch ups this week. Thanks!

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  • Phil

    13 June 2018 at 22:26 | #

    After you painted the exterior, a large bubble formed on the railing and eventually tore open. It is at 9425 Libby Lane (building 9). We hope someone will sand the area and repaint it. Thanks.

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    • Dana

      13 June 2018 at 23:24 | #

      Hi Phil- Thanks for bringing the railing to our attention. We’ll have a crew out there tomorrow morning to take care of it.

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  • Mike Fritz

    12 June 2018 at 13:14 | #

    I live at 17531 Hackberry ct. I have talked to Jesse on three items and I am wondering what the status of the three are.
    1. One bad board on the deck that was going to be replaced and painted.
    2. My doorbell button is missing during painting.
    3. Jesse was going to stop by to check the color and I am going to pay you to paint the door from the deck.
    Please let me know the status.
    Thank you

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    • Dana

      12 June 2018 at 16:37 | #

      Morning Mike- Thank you for following up. I've passed along these items to Jesse and he will be reaching out to discuss the status. Thanks!

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  • Laureen Braaten

    08 June 2018 at 15:54 | #

    There are just a few spots on my deck that were overlooked: a small area on the inside of the board across the top of the railing near the house and a few deck boards that have bare wood showing. They are near the outside of the deck.
    Overall I think the buildings look beautiful!

    Laureen Braaten
    9389 Libby LN, Eden Prairie

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    • Dana

      08 June 2018 at 17:30 | #

      Hi Laureen- Thanks for the message. We'll add these to our touch ups list. Have a great weekend!

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  • Anita

    06 June 2018 at 11:01 | #

    Good morning, Can you please advise as to why the horizontal siding board seams (where they abut) were not caulked on the north side of 17353 Hanson Ct? Kind regards, Anita

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    • Dana

      06 June 2018 at 15:12 | #

      Morning Anita- Thank you for the message. Your building is one of five that we are not caulking in certain areas because it has a tyvek wrap- which is a protective barrier, eliminating the need for caulking. I did tell Jesse, our site supervisor and he's going to take a look when he is onsite today to make sure something wasn't missed. Thanks!

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  • Jon Beusen

    05 June 2018 at 17:53 | #

    Jessie asked me to post a reminder fro him that I would like some of the Stone Lion paint since we are having a bit of work done.

    Thanks.

    Jon Beusen

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    • Dana

      06 June 2018 at 13:14 | #

      Hi Jon- Message received and I will pass along to Jesse. Thanks!

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  • Marcy

    05 June 2018 at 16:17 | #

    Hi! I was wondering if rotted boards are getting replaced? I have a board that is pretty bad. Thanks!

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    • Dana

      05 June 2018 at 17:09 | #

      Hi Marcy - Thanks for the message. Our carpenters completed their scope at the beginning of the project. But why don't you send me your address and more details of board- siding? etc and I can send it to our carpentry supervisor to see what we can do. Thanks!

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  • Tom Holt

    04 June 2018 at 19:34 | #

    Two questions:

    1.Are you guys caulking around windows and trim?
    2. Do we need to remove decorative plant hooks prior to painting around the deck?

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    • Dana

      04 June 2018 at 19:57 | #

      Hi Tom- Yes, our crews have been instructed to caulk around trim and then also the window trim. And yes, please remove the hooks from your deck - Thank you!

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      • Tom Holt

        04 June 2018 at 23:31 | #

        I know that our sunroom windows need caulk so I will look forward to seeing it done.

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        • Dana

          05 June 2018 at 16:44 | #

          Thanks - Can you send over your address so we can be sure to note those specific areas. Thank you!

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          • Tom Holt

            05 June 2018 at 17:07 | #

            17355 Hanson ct

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  • Ann

    23 May 2018 at 14:25 | #

    I am on the schedule to have the property prepped and painted on Thursday. When will my deck be stained?

    Thank you,

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    • Dana

      23 May 2018 at 15:20 | #

      Good morning Ann- We've updated the schedule and your building will begin today with prep work and painting. Jesse, our site supervisor estimates we'll complete the stain portion on Friday. Can you please give him a call regarding the stain color of your deck? Jesse - 612-363-4586
      Thanks and have a great day!
      Dana

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  • Jon Beusen

    23 May 2018 at 03:36 | #

    We had a yard light that was broken. How do we handle that?

    Also, how long does the dick floor have to dry before we can move the furniture and grill back out?

    Thanks.

    Jon Beusen

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    • Dana

      23 May 2018 at 13:28 | #

      Morning Jon- First of all our apologies for your broken yard light, if you could send a picture of the light or have the brand/type we can find one to replace it or something similar if it's not available. Please send to dana@roellpainting.com- Thanks! As far as the deck floor, we recommend waiting at least 24 hours to put your furniture and grill back out. Have a great day!

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  • Norb Nicpon 9409 Libby

    17 May 2018 at 17:26 | #

    Just wanted to bring this to your attention. There is a spot on the house wall where the fireplace vent is. Below it are spots which I tried to paint over but they continue to bleed through. My only thought is that this "stain" came from the spray that I used to kill the wasps and the nest is the fire place vent.

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    • Dana

      17 May 2018 at 18:36 | #

      Hi Norb- Thank you for following up. I'll have our site supervisor take a look at the area you're describing and we'll see what we can do to get rid of the variation. Thanks!

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  • Anita

    15 May 2018 at 22:32 | #

    Greetings - It appears that the siding on the peak between (spans over over garages) 9363 and 9365 Libby did not get painted. Kind regards,

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    • Dana

      15 May 2018 at 23:31 | #

      Hi Anita- thank you for letting us know. We’ll be sure to look into the area missed and take care of it. Have a great night!

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  • Norb Nicpon 9401 Libby

    12 May 2018 at 17:06 | #

    I had installed sheet metal around two support posts under my deck to prevent the squirrels from climbing up the posts and then to the bird feeder that extends from my deck. The sheet metal was painted the same color as the posts so there was no color difference.

    In the prep process someone from Roell removed these shields and now the squirrels are having a feast day. I would like to have that sheet metal replaced and painted since this was the only method that worked to keep the squirrels at bay.

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    • Norb Nicpon

      16 May 2018 at 19:21 | #

      Just wanted to bring this to your attention. There is a spot on the house wall where the fireplace vent is. Below it are spots which I tried to paint over but they continue to bleed through. My only thought is that this "stain" came from the spray that I used to kill the wasps and the nest is the fire place vent.

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    • Dana

      12 May 2018 at 20:30 | #

      Hi there- Please advise as to your unit number and we will look into it promptly and proceed accordingly. Thanks and have a great rest of your weekend!

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      • Norb Nicpon 9401 Libby

        12 May 2018 at 22:12 | #

        Dana,

        I had a chance to go out back and look at the posts and upon further inspection, I see that the sheet metal is still on the posts. SORRY !!! I really did a good job on installing that sheet metal!
        Since I installed the sheet metal around the posts, we have not had a squirrel problem but in the last three days we have a daily visitor who empties the bird feeder. Now my problem is to figure out what to do since the sheet metal fix is no longer working.

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  • Norb Nicpon 9401 Libby

    05 May 2018 at 16:27 | #

    I am concerned about the power washing since my unit and several others which were the first buildings do not have a tyvek liner covering the fiber board. When your crew removed the siding on 9401 Libby I noticed that the joints of the siding in some cases were the same joints as the black fiber board. I am concerned about possible water intrusion on to the insulation due to the pressure washing.

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    • Dana

      05 May 2018 at 20:13 | #

      Hi there- Thanks for the message. The board made us aware of this condition and we’ve instructed our crews to exercise particular caution in those areas. Feel free to continue to reach out as questions arise-thanks!

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      • Norb Nicpon

        07 May 2018 at 15:21 | #

        Dana,

        Just talked with your pressure washer guys and they are really doing a great job BUT no one has told them that there is no tyvak wrap on buildings on Libby starting from #7 and to the South. These were the several of the first constructed in addition to the models on the North side of Hackberry. I called Isaac and he told me that he will follow up.

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        • Dana

          07 May 2018 at 16:28 | #

          Hi Norb - Thanks for the information- we'll be sure to connect with the crew in pressure washing the areas with these considerations in mind. Dana

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  • Anita

    04 May 2018 at 23:22 | #

    Greetings - For the wood deck boards, will the stain be oil-based or water-based? Some of us have upgraded insulated Clopay garage doors with a thick factory finish that requires 100% latex exterior grade paint, per the manufacturer. Additionally, Clopay strongly recommends a bonding primer prior to painting with 100% latex paint in order for adherence. Will these requirements be met? Kind regards,

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    • Dana

      05 May 2018 at 20:11 | #

      Thanks for the message. Great question! The proposal that was accepted spec’d Sherwin Williams “Superdeck” stain, color/sheen to match existing. In some instances, this will be an oil based stain, whereas in others, it will be latex, depending on the individual deck and what is currently applied.

      As for the garage doors, the exterior paint we are using is, in their own words, “Sherwin Williams finest exterior paint, Emerald” which is self priming and is also 100% acrylic. https://www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners/products/emerald-exterior-acrylic-latex-paint

      Hope this answers your questions…thanks! Enjoy the weekend!

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      • Anita

        05 May 2018 at 20:25 | #

        Excellent. This is great news. Thank you for your quick reply and the use of high quality products.

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  • Marcy

    03 May 2018 at 18:02 | #

    Hi! Excited about the refresh! Just to confirm, not only will decks be power washed and stained, but railings and spindles will be stripped and painted as well? Correct?

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    • Dana

      03 May 2018 at 18:18 | #

      Hi Marcy - Thanks for the question; the deck spindles and railings won't be stripped, but will be scraped in preparation for painting. There are several different types of decks at your association and if you send your address we'd be happy to let you know the specifics of our prep steps for your unit. Thanks!

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  • Ann

    01 May 2018 at 20:17 | #

    I am in building 11 on Ada. I received a blue notice on my building but nothing on the grid for work to be started. Could you please give me an indication when my building will be started and completed and when I need to remove furniture, grill, etc. from my deck.

    Thank you!!!!

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    • Dana

      01 May 2018 at 20:55 | #

      Hi Ann - Thanks for the question; the blue notice you received was in advance of carpentry repairs that will be completed throughout your association starting tomorrow through Wednesday, 5/9. We'll be updating the grid on the blog with more information once we know how much time each building will take the crews to prep and paint. Your best bet would be to keep checking on the blog and look for a subsequent pressure washing/painting notice as your building nears production. Thanks!

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  • William J Hunchis

    30 April 2018 at 21:05 | #

    We live @ 9385 Libby lane. We will return on the 6th of June. Our deck has been replaced with permanent flooring and does not require painting. Advise if garage door needs to be opened for painting?

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    • Dana

      30 April 2018 at 21:18 | #

      Hi William - Typically, we paint garage doors in the closed position so at this time there are no special requirements from you. Thanks!

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  • Pat

    28 April 2018 at 14:10 | #

    Very excited for the project and details to come. Can you confirm that the deck painting is part of the project and no additional cost to the homeowner. Thanks.

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    • Dana

      28 April 2018 at 17:19 | #

      Hi Pat - We're eager to get underway as well! Your decks are included in the scope and we will review the project correspondence with the board to verify pricing details. Thanks!

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  • Susan Schiller

    27 April 2018 at 15:05 | #

    I live in the first unit scheduled to be painted. Do I need to be here when the painting occurs? My neighbor mentioned that the garage door may need to be opened in order to all parts of the door.
    Thanks,
    Susan

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    • Dana

      27 April 2018 at 17:21 | #

      Hi Susan - Thanks for the message. We are still finalizing the project specifics and we will keep you apprised of this information as soon as we get everything set. Have a great weekend!

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