Just an update to let you know your roofing project is underway. We are waiting on an Inspection from the City due to an area we found that was collapsing on Building 41. Do not worry, the units affected have been notified. This building is going to need extensive work to the decking and the five inch layer of concrete on top of the decking. As a reminder there will be temporary AC outages that should last less than 3 hours per unit. Our contractors will be working on one AC unit at a time to ensure the AC units do not get mixed up. For those of you with old AC units (over 15 years old), we will do our best to get your AC back up and running smoothly. However, some of the AC units are so old and damaged just lifting it could cause the unit to completely die. We have found several units that are over 30 years old, and AC’s are simply not designed to last that long. Some are totally rusted and falling apart and are literally on their last leg. We cannot take responsibility for AC’s that have outlived their useful life. This project is required by the City as part of the re-roofing project and must be done. If the simple act of moving your AC unit a couple of feet causes it to totally die, you will have to replace it.
We hope to be done with this building within the next three weeks. If you have storm damage and have not yet had your drywall and insulation removed, you must contact Andrew immediately at 407 222 6099. Once the roof is complete we will notify you so that you can contact us for drywall repairs. These appointments will be made on a first come first serve basis. After final inspection the gutter company will be out to install the new gutters, flashing, and downspouts. Once everything is complete Maintenance and Landscaping crews will be tackling a long list of repairs that need to be made on these buildings including pressure washing, painting, cleaning etc. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during construction.
There may be pauses in the project due to City inspections, weather, or material deliveries. Delays may cause the roofers to work on weekends or to temporarily move to another building so they can keep working and moving forward. We apologize for the inconvenience and noise this may cause.
China Benson, LCAM, Property Manager, Southpointe Condominiums