River Towers Condominiums - Minneapolis
Greetings residents of River Towers in Minneapolis and welcome to your project blog!
Project Beginning on Monday, 12/10
Wednesday, December 12th: Good afternoon!
And just like that the crew has completed this section of hallway. Today they finished up their painting of the walls and door frames and have also completed a thorough clean up. It has been our pleasure working for you and we hope to see you soon!
Have a great rest of the week!
Alfredo touches up around the elevator door frames.
The shop-vac and no clean up match!
She's a beaut!
Tuesday, December 11th: Good afternoon residents of River Towers!
The crew is continuing with their prep of the walls and ceilings today. Once prepped, they'll begin to prime the walls, ceiling, and door frames. Then, depending on the time they may start to apply the top coat today as well.
Sanding and smoothing the walls.
Removing the dust with a good, old fashioned broom.
Monday, December 10th: Hello and good afternoon!
The crew is onsite and your project is underway! Every project begins with thorough and proper prep. We are starting with removing the wallpaper. The crew is scraping, sanding, and smoothing the wall surfaces to ready them for painting.
They've completed the wallpaper removal, sanding, and patching of the walls. They'll begin priming the ceiling and walls tomorrow and potentially applying the top coat too. Thanks!
Smoothing out the surface.
Antonio scrapes a section of the hallway wall.
Tape, paper, and plastic = prep, prep, and more prep.
Thursday, December 6th: Hello and welcome to your project blog! We'll be getting your project started on Monday, December 10th. We'll be completing the prep and painting on a designated hallway of your building with applying samples to get an idea of colors and schemes to see how your community likes it.
We are projecting the project to take about a week to complete. Please be mindful as we get going that there will be some airborn dust as we are removing the wallpaper in the hallways. Any time we perform a wallpaper removal project, extensive wall prep is required and in the video, there are some images of what you can expect the workspace to be like while work is being performed. We’ll do our best to limit this, but just wanted to let you know it comes with the territory of projects of this nature. We also ask you to exercise caution when in the hallway as there will be wet paint. Thanks!
You can follow the progress of the project here on the blog as we'll post daily updates of progress and well and some pictures!
Thanks so much for having us and we are looking forward to getting started on Monday.