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Steepleview - Woodbury

Steepleview - Woodbury

Project Complete

Greetings and welcome to the official blog for the 2018 deck painting project at Steepleview in Woodbury. We are excited to be back with you this year! 

 

Steepleview Map 2018 N2483 Projected Schedule  

 Route Map - Steepleview 2018

 

Friday, June 29th: Hello and TGIF! 

The crew is making their way around to your decks. They've started on Building #8 and then working through Building #14. They'll then complete the remaining buildings Saturday morning. We recommend waiting about 24 hours until you return your deck furniture. We've enjoyed being onsite and hope you all have a great rest of the summer! 

Steepleview deck stain

Board by board the crew is staining your deck floors. 

Steepleview kickplate

Up close and personal to paint your patio kick plate. 

Thursday, June 28th: And we're off!!

The crew is off and running at Steepleview this morning. We'll be starting at the East side of Steepleview and moving West. The crew anticipates they'll get through about 7 buildings/day, weather permitting. With dry weather over the next few days, the crew should be wrapping up on Saturday. Thanks!

Monday, June 25th: Good morning and welcome to your 2018 project blog for the deck staining project at Steepleview. It is an honor to be back onsite and working for you again this summer. 

We are beginning with pressure washing your decks. We'll be following the route posted above, starting on the East side of Steepleview Road and moving West, then North on Bielenberg Drive, and lastly around Afton Court. 

Once the decks have dried from the pressure washing, we'll return to begin staining, again following the route posted above. We're hopeful with good weather this week that we'll complete them all before the weekend. 

Steepleview PW 2

Washing and prepping the decks for staining. 

Steepleview PW

Making the rounds at Steepleview to pressure wash your decks. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details from 2015 Deck Project 

Steepleview Included Decks

Steepleview PW Route

As you'll see above, here are the included decks as part of the 2015 project, as well as the route we will be following for both pressure washing and painting.

Monday, July 6th: We are thrilled to report that the fellas wrapped up at Steepleview just in time for the holiday weekend so hopefully that means you all got a chance to enjoy your decks over the 4th of July! While the bulk of work has been completed, Jesse, your crew supervisor will be returning onsite to perform a quality check and designate any areas for touch-ups! We ask that residents please leave any blue tape or other markers in place to ensure we can get all the areas addressed. 

Thanks in advance! 

Steepleview Deck Floors

Tuesday, June 30th: The crew has transitioned out of Afton Court and is now in the midst of completing decks on Steepleview Road. This should take about a day and a half to complete, at which point they will make their way over to Bielenberg to complete the remaining 7 decks-we are still on pace to finish before the holiday weekend! 

Steepleview Decks Afton

The crew completes one of the decks in Afton Court

Monday, June 29th: Not too much to report out at Steepleview in Woodbury. The crew continues to make their way through Afton Court and we are still forecasting a Thursday completion date. Of course, the big unknown is the weather, which looks pretty promising the remainder of the week! 

Thursday, June 25th: Now that pressure washing is completed at Steepleview and the weather has been warm and windy, the decks are dry enough to begin painting at Steepleview. The crew is following the same route as the pressure washing which means that they are working through the included decks in Afton Court. At this rate, they are completing approximately 6-8 decks per day, which means they will be in Afton Court through Monday of next week (if the the weather cooperates). They they will start on Steepleview Road, turn the corner onto Bielenberg and again, if all goes according to plan, should be wrapping up just in time for the 4th of July. Our fingers are crossed that Mother Nature cooperates! 

Steepleview Deck Painting

Tuesday, June 23rd: Pressure washing is underway at Steepleview this year and the crew managed to get things off to a good start, despite some technical difficulties with the pressure washer, by completing 12 decks. If all goes according to plan today, they should complete approximately 20 decks, which has us wrapping up the areas in Afton Court and getting things started on Steepleview Road.

Tuesday, June 16th: Perhaps you've found your way to the blog by way of blue notices posted throughout your property. If that's the case, welcome! We are excited to return onsite this year to prep and finish 46 decks that were not included in last year's project. We will begin the project next Tuesday in the Afton Court area and we will be making our way clockwise around the association, both in terms of pressure washing, and then staining. We ask that residents please move personal items of your decks as you are able in advance of pressure washing. 

You can monitor the project progress right here on the blog as we will be providing daily updates to the residents. Should any questions and/or concerns arise throughout the course of the project, you can certainly reach out to us directly and we will do our very to offer any answers and/or clarifications. We anticipate the project will take approximately 2.5-3 weeks to complete. Thanks in advance for all of your cooperation! 

We are super excited to be back onsite with the folks of Steepleview again this year to stain 46 more decks! 

Jesse Maki

Onsite Job Supervisor

Phone: 612-363-4586

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Nick Roell

Project Manager

Ph: 763-559-5296

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Comments (8)

  • Jasmine McMahon

    02 July 2018 at 16:49 | #

    Are we allowed to put furniture back?

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    • Dana

      02 July 2018 at 19:14 | #

      Hi Jasmine - We recommend 24 hours after staining before moving furniture and items back onto your deck. Thanks!

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  • Mary Langlois

    28 June 2018 at 14:13 | #

    Actually I hired someone to go to my house and move the furniture inside.

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  • 7649 Afton ct

    27 June 2018 at 22:24 | #

    I'm confused by the drawing are they doing all decks or just a select few? It doesn't look like they have gotten to mine and mine is looking really rough. Are they going to also fix screws that are coming up? Cause I have everything in my home right now.

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    • Dana

      27 June 2018 at 23:22 | #

      Hi Nicole- Yes, we'll be staining all of the decks; the drawing was to show the route the crew will follow when completing the decks. They'll begin the project tomorrow on the East side of Steepleview Rd, move West, and then North on Bielenberg, and finally around Afton Ct. We'll be updating the blog to reflect progress of the crew and how many Buildings they are getting through each day, so the best way to know when we'll be at your address is to keep checking here on the blog. As for the nails, the crew has been instructed to address screws or nails as needed. Thanks and feel free to reach out with any further questions.

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    • Nicole Hessler

      27 June 2018 at 22:34 | #

      Sorry forgot to leave my name 7649 Afton ct

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  • Mary Langlois

    27 June 2018 at 19:09 | #

    1941 Bielenberg
    Your company does a nice job with great employees. However, communication stinks. I was on vacation when notice was received. How was I to remove furniture from the deck? A blue note on the garage door, 2 days before starting is inadequate. Some of us are not tied to cell phones and need help moving furniture.

    I have new 2 patio doors and a walk out lower level which I use. Please be careful. Another vendor (since fired) dribbled stain all over the siding. I am leaving a drop cloth to cover the lower cement slab. The plate under the upstairs patio door is metal, please do not paint.

    Thank you, Mary Langlois

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    • Dana

      27 June 2018 at 20:12 | #

      Hi Mary - Thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention. Jerry, your board president did inform us you were out of town and we were able to move forward with the pressure washing and shift your furniture around to clean the deck. You can be sure our crew will utilize thorough prep and covering measures to ensure there aren't any drips on your cement, patio doors, or lower level. Thanks and please reach out if you have any further questions.

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