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SEASIDE VILLAGE WOOD REPAIR AND PAINTING UPDATE -- 2/9/14
Wood repair at both our Clubhouse and three of the four buildings on Sailboat Circle are far more extensive than initially estimated. Wood damage discovered is primarily a result of termite issues. Much of the damage we are currently faced with is “concealed” damage uncovered during the repair process. Fortunately, it is not structural damage. The Board has discussed various options in helping to determine what repair costs we could be faced with. Initially, the plan was to complete Sailboat and then have our contractor develop a “guesstimate” in terms of the other wood repair within the community.
Marty Wexler Board President and Jim Moseley point man for wood repair and Board V-P have been working with Island Pacific as well as our Quality Control Manager on the wood project as well as working on a “best way” of developing a “guesstimate” for additional repairs. On Thursday 2/6 Island Pacific was advised to complete repairs on building number 3 and to put repair of building #4 on hold. It was determined additional work was no longer needed on Sailboat in order to develop a repair “guesstimate” for the community. It was felt it far more important to repair one two unit building on one or all three of the following streets; Southwind, Seawall, and Waterfall. Two unit building repair should enable us to see whether there is more, less or the same amount of damage on the newer streets of the community whose buildings might have a different exposure. When unit repair needs and repair costs on these three streets are combined with “unit” repair cost from Sailboat, it is felt a more accurate “guesstimate” of total repairs for the community could be developed. All wood trim and stucco repairs on the three** buildings that are part of the damage assessment phase on Southwind, Seawall or Waterfall will be repainted in the current building colors.
Once we can accurately assess the extent of wood repair and its anticipated costs a Special Board of Directors Meeting will be called recapping the situation and encouraging questions from the floor. We encourage unit owners to attend monthly Board Meetings for monthly updates on wood repair status.
**May be limited to fewer than three buildings.
Questions have come up regarding the compatibility of our new trim color (Muslin SW#6133) and the stucco color (Sands of Time SW#6101). The Board has requested our professional colorist to review and make recommendations for a better match. We are also hoping to get the opinion of an architectural consultant (at no cost) as to their opinion as well. The Board wants to be certain the paint colors that will be used during repainting gives us an appropriate updated look as well as adding to the aesthetics and property value of our community. Once a final decision regarding trim color is made, the trim on the two Sailboat buildings currently undergoing the paint process will be completed.