Waycliffe II HOA – Wayzata
Waycliffe II HOA – Wayzata
Greetings and welcome to your project blog for the painting project at Waycliffe II HOA in Wayzata. We are looking forward to working with and for you!
Route Map @ Waycliffe II
Thursday, August 16th: Good afternoon!
The crew is wrapping up on the 4th Building (323/313) and will have some remaining items to complete tomorrow – such as resident front doors. They’ll also be completing some outstanding touch ups to complete over the next week.
Thanks so much for having us onsite. It has been our pleasure working with and for your this summer!
Scraping and prepping before we apply the paint.
Thorough prep is shown here: caulk seams, scraping in progress, and areas are spot primed.
Tuesday, August 14th: Hello and good afternoon!
The crew is continuing on the 3rd building and will then move onto prep on the 4th Building – 313/323. The plan, as long as the weather cooperates, is to be completed by Thursday, 8/16.
Tape, plastic, and caulk on Building 313/323.
Painting the railing spindles on Building #3.
Ladders up to brush on the siding paint.
Monday, August 13th:
Progress update onsite with Isaac.
Friday, August 10th: Good afternoon and TGIF!
The crew is prepping and painting on the 2nd Building (358/368) and will finish tomorrow. They’ll start the 3rd Building (338/348) on Monday, 8/13 and plan to complete the last two buildings by Thursday, 8/16.
Prepping, priming, and painting on Building #2.
A perfect day to spray at Waycliffe II.
Thursday, August 9th: Hello!
The crew has started to spray and paint on the 388/378 Building.
Ladders up to paint the trim.
Painting the window bump out on the front elevation.
Wednesday, August 8th: Good morning!
And they’re off! The crew has started their prep work on the first building (388/378).
Tape and plastic to cover the windows on the 388/378 Building.
Ladders up to caulk and prep the building.
Monday, August 6th: Good morning and happy Monday! We hope you all had a great weekend!
The crew completed your pressure washing on Friday. With the weekend rain, your crew was put behind schedule and will now be starting your project on Tuesday or Wednesday. Thanks so much for your patience and we look forward to being back onsite soon!
Thursday, August 2nd: Good afternoon!
And they’re off!! The crew has started your project with the first phase- pressure washing. Once completed, the substrates will need some time to dry out completely. We’ll then return onsite to begin prepping and painting on the first building (388/378). We anticipate each building to take 5-6 days to complete, weather permitting. We’ll continue to update project progress here on the blog as we make our way through the 4 buildings designated for painting. Thanks!
Ponchos: high fashion in the painting business.
Antonio sprays the siding on one of the buildings.
You can almost hear the buzz of the pressure washer.
Monday, July 30th: Good afternoon residents of Waycliffe in Wayzata and welcome to your project blog! We’ll be getting started at your association on Thursday, August 2nd.
Set for completion in this summer’s project is the prep and painting of 4 buildings (388/378, 368/358, 323/313, and 348/338) including: lap siding, board and batten siding, contrast fascia, front doors/frames, garage doors/frames, service door/frames, XLD window trim, flower boxes, louvers, shutters, decorative corbels, deck undersides, and lattice.
We’ll begin with pressure washing on Thursday, August 2nd. Please remove the contents of your deck and any small items from the outside of your home to allow safe and unobstructed access while washing. Once the washing is complete, you may return items to your deck.
Once the substrates have had time to dry, we’ll return onsite to begin prepping and painting the included surfaces and we anticipate to begin on the first building on Tuesday, August 7th.
We anticipate each building will take about 4-6 days to complete, with weather being the biggest deterent from that schedule.
Stay tuned here on the blog for progress updates, pictures, and any delays that may come up. Thanks!
Tags: Completed Projects