As a homeowner, Cornerstone Managing Partners wants to ensure you are informed and understand the full scope of work taking place in your Home, in the case of this project, your garage.
What to Expect
Our Communication, Notices, and Pre and Post Construction Requirements
Construction in Your Garage
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Our team will be installing a system that filters all the water entering into your garage. Currently, the water system that has been installed is allowing sediment from the city water to collect in your plumbing fixtures. The repair recommendation of your engineer is to install a filter to eliminate future sediment into your system.
The image displays the location our team will be working in, to install the filter for the potable water for your home. This is located inside your garage.
Upon completion of the installation of the filter, a small drain will be added to go to the exterior of your home to drain the filter.
All owners have the option for $636 to replace their PRV (pressure relief valve). This work is not in the HOA’s scope, but was asked to be provided to the homeowners as an add option for those that would like it completed while our team is on site. This does not have to be decided until you are contacted to schedule the work.
Policies and Relocation of Items during Construction in Your Garage
**Please note, if you do not have the ability or desire to relocate your belongings, please let Matt Stephens know. CMP can provide relocation options at an additional cost to the homeowner.
Your Construction Team
Please feel free to contact our Team at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (619) 507-9466. If we have an office onsite, we will also include our office hours here for residents to stop by and meet with our team.