Your involvement is critical to the success of this project

  • When the painting is scheduled, if you are not occupying your Villa, you will need to arrange for someone to act on your behalf to handle your responsibilities
  • At least one day prior to your painting start date, all items must be removed from your patio, entry alcove, walkway, and exterior walls (See Sec E in our GR&Gs). This includes all furniture, pots, wall art, wall-mounted TV, etc. The contractors have observed many units have permanently installed shade screens on the patio. These must be raised but may remain in place and the contractor will cover them as well as possible
  • For the contractor to entirely paint the entry door, access must be provided to open the front door. This access will be needed for a few hours
  • Painting the garage door does not require it to be open, but the contractor prefers to have the ability to open it to place a drop cloth completely underneath to prevent any paint spray from seeping into the garage
  • If vehicle access is needed on the day the garage door is painted, arrangements will need to be made to park on the street or elsewhere
  • Homeowners must expect all windows and the patio door to be completely covered with masking for approximately two days during the painting process
Section 3(d) of the CC&Rs.  The type of paint to be used in the painting of the exterior surfaces of the residential units and the timing and frequency of the painting of the exterior surfaces of the residential units shall be in the sole discretion of the Villas Association. Except for Declarant, no Owner of a Villas Lot or other person shall paint or otherwise alter or modify the exterior surface of any residential unit on the Villas Lot, or make any modifications or changes to the exterior surfaces of any residential

When the Association schedules the villas to be painted, it is the homeowner’s responsibility to remove, or cover and protect, anything that might impede the contractor’s work. This includes any and all items that may have been allowed or permitted under the GR&Gs.

If any additional work is incurred by the contractor to protect or move homeowner property resulting in additional cost, the cost will be invoiced to the homeowner by Villas 43B. Homeowners certainly have the right to remove and protect their items before contractor work is begun and replace them after completion. The Villas Association will inform homeowners in a timely manner about the schedule for any upcoming painting and any additional charges by the painting contractor to move or protect items prior to beginning work.