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Medley Hills – Plymouth

Medley Hills – Plymouth

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Greetings and welcome to your project blog for the upcoming painting project at Medley Hills. We are looking forward to being onsite with you!

Route Map – Medley Hills


Thursday, August 29th: Good afternoon! 

Tuesday, August 27th: Greetings! 

We hope you’re all having a good week and then we’re in the home stretch for a 3-day weekend. The crew is wrapping up on three final decks today. 

Taped off and painting your decking areas.

Friday, August 23rd: Hello and TGIF! 

Thursday, August 22nd: Greetings!

Today’s the start of the Great Minnesota Get Together and we can just smell the always delightful Sweet Martha’s! We’ve got 12 days to eat our hearts’ desire and explore the sights and scenes at the Fair! Take a look at our own Andrew Zimmern’s Food Fair Strategy:

The crew has prepped and painted at Buildings #1 – #10 and will be moving onto the inner circle. Talk about a quick pace! They’ll be wrapping up today and if not tomorrow morning. Thanks for the wonderful hospitality! 

Prepped and ready for paint.

Two by two.

Wednesday, August 21st: Good afternoon! 

The crew has returned onsite to Medley Hills. They’re prepping Buildings 1-6 today and will then begin to paint them.

Taping off and covering the entry soffits.

Prep day — paper, plastic, and tape. Oh My!

 

Monday, August 19th: Hello and Happy Monday! 

It’s going to be a beautiful week!

The crew is off and running at Medley Hills. They’ve started their pressure washing of the included cedar shakes select garage doors and porches. We anticipate the crew to take a few days to complete the washing and will begin prepping and painting once the substrates are dry. 

Setting up the pressure washer.

Spraying down the front elevation.

Friday, August 16th: Welcome to your project blog! 

We’ll be getting started on Monday, August 19th with pressure washing select substrates throughout the association (front elevation cedar shakes, select garage doors, and select front porches). Once the substrates have had time to dry, we’ll return to begin or prep and painting. 

We’ll be utilizing homeowner’s water spigots for the washing. Please ensure your spigots are turned on for the duration of the pressure washing. We anticipate the washing to take about 3 days to complete. Thank you!

You can continue to follow project progress here on the blog as we’ll post frequent updates, project photos and any delays should they come up. 

Have a great weekend and see you on Monday!

 

 

David Lee

Project Manager
Ph: 952-994-5295
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