Words of wisdom

Posted on January 11, 2018 1:44 pm

I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

– Nelson Mandela

Siding Report Updates June 19, 2018

Posted on March 1, 2016 9:51 am

1. Project status

The project remains within several days of schedule and should be completed by mid-July.

2. Building status

  • Minor work remaining.
  • Approximately 50% complete.  Dry rot was found behind the access panel at the rear of the center chimney.  Repair will require providing the correct flashing for the panel.  This panel was installed by ARM to access the chimney for power and cooling lines.
  • Scaffolding scheduled for Thursday, June 21.

3. Various

RL Brown will leave some siding for future use.  We can purchase a much larger quantity of siding that is not needed by them.  All remaining siding is now on site, so we can get an idea of how much is available.  Todd should evaluate how much pool house storage space we can use for siding.  The lumber will no doubt be much more expensive in 5 years when phase 2 is planned.

Have a Leak?

Posted on January 28, 2016 8:44 am

Sunrise Pointe has been hit with a tremendous amount of leaks this winter.  Although the abundance of rain is great for the environment, it’s proven challenging for the community.  Here’s what you need to know if you find yourself a victim of a leak event.

Call the Community Care Team at Action Property Management:  800.400.2284

A Community Care Team (CCT) representative is available 24/7 to address your concerns.  The CCT will dispatch a vendor to respond to the emergency.  There’s often a delay of up to a couple hours from when the first call is made to the time the vendor can mobilize its resources to get a crew onsite, so it’s important to do what you can to mitigate any immediate damage to the inside of your unit.  Hardwood floors should be towel dried as soon as possible to prevent buckling and reduce the chance of slip and fall.  If possible, place a bucket under the source of the leak to collect the water.  If the leak is near a common wall that is shared with your neighbor, check on them to make sure they’re aware of the leak so that it can be reported to the CCT team and subsequently the responding vendor.


The Board of Directors is working very hard to have the roof systems repaired.  In the meantime, please reach out to your Community Care Team if you experience a leak.