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Sunflower Ridge - Ramsey

Sunflower Ridge - Ramsey

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Greetings and welcome to your project blog for the painting project at Sunflower Ridge in Ramsey. We are excited to be onsite with you!

 

 Sunflower Ridge Route Map

Route Map @ Sunflower Ridge

 

Friday, June 22nd: Hello and TGIF! 

The crew is wrapping up on Building 15 this morning and then we'll be on our way! Once your deck is complete, we recommend at least 24 hours before returning items to your deck. It has been our pleasure working at your association and we hope you have a great rest of the summer! 

If anyone has any concerns please reach out to Jesse our job supervisor- 612-363-4586. 

EThursday, June 21st: Good afternoon! 

The crew is staining on the last few buildings and they are hopeful they'll wrap up today as well! 

Sunflower deck skirt

Applying the stain to the deck skirt. 

Sunflower deck stain5

Staining on one of the decks. 

Wednesday, June 20th: Hello and happy Wednesday! 

We're back after 2 days of rain and the crew is making their way through your decks and entry stairs. They are working at Buildings 10 and 11 today. They are also hopeful to finish by Friday. 

Sunflower applying stain

We are loving how the new stain is brightening up your deck boards. 

 Sunflower deck boards

Taking care of business - one deck at a time.

Monday, June 18th: Good morning!

With the weekend and last night's rain, the crews are not onsite today. We're hopeful that the substrates will dry out the remainder of today and that the crew will return tomorrow. Last week they completed the decks through Building #9. We'd anticipate there are 2 working days remaining. Thanks! 

Friday, June 15th: Hello and TGIF!

Mother Nature has ordered up some 'Hot & Humid' weather for the weekend with the possibility of showers/storms scattered throughout. You can take your chances and head outdoors for numerous Farmer's Markets as well as the Stone Arch Bridge Festival happening over the weekend. Don't forget about Father's Day on Sunday! 3 cheers for all the dads, grandpas, uncles, great-grandpas, and all of the dudes that have influenced you!

Sunflower deck 8

Plastic coverings to protect from drips, spray etc.

sunflower entry stairs

Staining your entry stairs. 

Thursday, June 14th: Good morning residents of Sunflower Ridge! 

The crew has made their way to Building #3/4. They'll continue on these Buildings today as well as start on #5. They're getting through roughly 4 Buildings/day. So if all is clear with weather - they'll get through #8/9 tomorrow, #11/12 Saturday and then finish on Monday. However, we are seeing some pending rain in the forecast for the weekend.

If you are in the 2nd half of the Buildings, we'd say you can put your furniture back onto your deck for the weekend. We'll update the blog as best we can with weather delays and also progress as to when we'll be at your Building. Thanks! 

Sunflower rain

Projected Weather for the weekend.

Wednesday, June 13th: Hello and good afternoon! We hope you're all having a great week thus far! 

The crew is off and running with the staining portion of your project. They're starting in the N/NW corner and making ther way counter clockwise to each deck/stair area. 

Sunflower ridge deck floor

Deck staining - in progress!

SUnflower ridge stain post

The support beams take their turn for staining. 

Friday, June 8th: Hello and TGIF! 

Your project is officially started and the crew is onsite pressure washing your decks and entry stairs. Once they are washed, the surfaces will need adequate time to dry to allow for optimum adhesion of the stain. The weekend's weather forecast is somewhat variable with rain, so we'll keep an eye on the weather and let you know if there are any delays to starting the staining on Monday, June 11th. Thanks and have a great weekend!

Sunflower ridge revive applied

Washing and prepping @ Sunflower Ridge. 

Sunflower ridge PW deck

Ladder coordination to reach the 2nd story decks. 

Sunflower ridge PW

Nothing beats a Friday, Sunshine, and Pressure Washing. 

Wednesday, June 6th: Hello residents of Sunflower Ridge! We'll be starting your project on Friday with pressure washing your decks and entry stairs. We ask that you please remove any belongings from your deck during the pressure washing dates. After the decks have been pressure washed the wood will need some time to dry. You may replace and use your deck furniture for the weekend. Once the surfaces have had time to dry, we will be back onsite to begin the staining process. And we anticipate this will be on Monday, June 11th. 

We'll be updating the blog with progress and scheduling updates throughout the project. We'll start with the decks that were pressure washed first and then move in the same order as they were washed. 

Thanks! 

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)

  • Anntonett Harris

    23 June 2018 at 14:25 | #

    Good Saturday morning. My deck is still not stained. I called both numbers listed and have yet to receive a call back. I removed my deck items once again and have them dripping water on my kitchen floor and sink. Although I’m appreciative for this service, it’s very frustrating and disappointing to not be given accurate information. I would also like to add that the area stained so far (front steps) wasn’t taped off so there is stain remnants on the white bannisters. I would appreciate an update as to when this job will be completed.

    5637 154th Ln NW

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    • Dana

      23 June 2018 at 20:17 | #

      Hi Anntonett- I've sent you an email to regarding a resolution to getting your deck stained and any stain remnants cleaned up. We apologize for the missed communication here and appreciate your grace as we work to resolve the issues. Thanks!

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      • Anntonett Harris

        23 June 2018 at 22:29 | #

        Dana,

        I received an email indicating someone would reach out with an update. I haven't received any other correspondence (emails or calls). Thank you for respondimg to my comment as it is comfortimg to have my concerns addressed. I look forward to this being complete.

        Thanks

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        • Anntonett Harris

          24 June 2018 at 15:10 | #

          Great morning,

          Thanks so much for the continued updates via email. I look forward to enjoying the beautifully stained entryway and deck again.

          Have a great weekend.

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  • Megan

    14 June 2018 at 15:08 | #

    Thank you for the response. From the initial posting, it sounded like staining would be done on monday. I understand it’s weather pending however. I just wish our association would have been more clear with us about what was happening and the timeline. Between the pressure washing and staining- this is a long time to have deck furniture sitting in your living room!! With that said- I appreciate that it is being done...

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  • Megan

    13 June 2018 at 23:19 | #

    How many days will it take to get to building 13? Wondering how much longer we will need to keep plants and deck furniture in side....

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    • Dana

      14 June 2018 at 14:23 | #

      Morning Megan - I apologize, but I gave you the wrong information. The crew will be continuing on Building 3/4 and starting 5 today so if I had to project with their working times, I'd say next week Tuesday we'll be at 13, which is all weather pending as well. I'll update the blog more thoroughly with information as to which buildings they are currently working on and projected start dates of upcoming buildings. You may also return items to your deck for the weekend and then pull them off before they start on your deck. Thanks and sorry again about the miscommunication.

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    • Dana

      13 June 2018 at 23:51 | #

      Hi Megan- thanks for the message. I just spoke to our job supervisor and he said he’ll be to #13 tomorrow afternoon. We suggest at least 24 hours before putting items back onto your deck. Have a great night!

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