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World Builders Sample Bid

  1. 1. [Name of Property] Apartments [Property Address] [City, State Zip]PROPOSAL FOR RENOVATION AND RECONSTRUCTION SERVICES DATE: [DATE] ADDRESSED TO: [NAME OF OWNER/MANAGER] [NAME OF COMPANY] [ADDRESS] [CITY, STATE ZIP]
  2. 2. Page 2 of 35[Date][Name of Owner/Manager][Company Name][Company Address][City, State Zip]Re: [Property Name] Exterior RenovationMr. [Owner/Manager]:Enclosed is our revised proposal for exterior repairs and painting at [PropertyName] Apartments. Our aim is to provide in this and any subsequent documentsall the information you require to assess the scope of work. This proposalencompasses the following work items: 1) Frame and finish sections of flat roof extension over common entries 2) Repair columns listed and install 2 vents in all columns 3) Install 60 pairs of shutters 4) General carpentry 5) Install 60 insulated glass white aluminum frame windows at street elevations 6) Preparation and Painting of Exterior 7) Install flat roofing on 5 buildings 8) Gutters and downspouts as listed 9) Welding repair 10) Brick RepairThank you for this opportunity. We look forward to working with you and yourstaff to successfully complete the proposed work. We estimate that thisrenovation will require approximately 120 work days.Sincerely,Paul KesterPK Multi–Family Renovation 11811 N. Freeway - Suite 500 - Houston, Texas 77060 - 469.232.3000 Tel -469-232-3000[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  3. 3. Page 3 of 35 TABLE OF CONTENTSLETTER TO OWNER/MANAGER .................................................................................. 2PRICING SUMMARY FOR EXTERIOR REPAIR ........................................................... 4 Allowance Items Not Included In Pricing...................................................................... 4 Potential Add-On Items................................................................................................ 4FLAT ROOFING SYSTEM AT COMMON ENTRY BALCONIES: .................................. 5 Existing Roofing System .............................................................................................. 9 Estimated Plywood Decking Replacement At Roof: .................................................. 13WINDOW INSTALLATION ........................................................................................... 14EXTERIOR PAINT ........................................................................................................ 18REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED MATERIALS FROM COLUMNS: ................... 24BRICK REPAIR: ........................................................................................................... 34GENERAL WARRANTY SUMMARY ........................................................................... 35[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  4. 4. Page 4 of 35 [PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTS Pricing [PROPERTY ADDRESS] [CITY, STATE ZIP]PRICING SUMMARY FOR EXTERIOR REPAIRS TO[PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTSFRAME FLAT ROOF EXTENSION OVER COMMON ENTRIES $(see note)REPAIR COLUMNS AS LISTED $INSTALL 60 PAIRS SHUTTERS $GENERAL CARPENTRY-BALCONY FASCIA ETC. $INSTALL 60 NEW INSULATED GLASS WHITE ALUMINUM $WINDOWS WITH WHITE DIVIDERS AT STREET ELEVATIONOF 5 BUILDINGSEXTERIOR PAINT INCLUDES ALL COLUMNS, LAUNDRY AND $BOILER FACILITIES. SEE TABLE IN PAINT SECTION FORDETAILS.ROOFING -- REMOVE EXISTING FLAT ROOF AND INSTALL $TORCH DOWN 2117 SQUARES APPROXGUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS AS LISTED $WELDING REPAIR $ BRICK REPAIR $TOTAL $ALLOWANCE ITEMS NOT INCLUDED IN PRICINGROOF DECKING UP TO 447 SHEETS AT $__/SHEET $POTENTIAL ADD-ON ITEMSPAINT ON IRON RAILS (9,147 LF) $PAINT ON STAIRS (APPROX 70 STAIR UNITS) $SIDING AT NORTH, EAST AND SOUTH ELEVATIONS $CAR ENTRY GATE SYSTEM $PERIMETER FENCING (INCLUDES POOL FENCE) $PEDESTRIAN GATE (5 GATES) $TOTAL WITH ALL ADD-ON ITEMS $[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  5. 5. Page 5 of 35 Roof FramingSTRUCTURAL DEFECTS IN ROOF DECK:FLAT ROOFING SYSTEM AT COMMON ENTRY BALCONIES:Common second story entries consist of a lightweight concrete surface, which issupported by joists spaced at various centers. The wood joists typically spanfrom the exterior walls of the apartment buildings to a header beam. The entriesare sheltered by an extension of the flat roofing system which is supported inpart by columns.Framing of the flat roof extension has failed at numerous locations. WorldBuilders proposes to remove the failed framing during the roofing process. Newframing, roof decking, soffit and trim will be installed at these areas. In additionthe columns will be adjusted to follow the improved roof line.BACKGROUND: PLEASE NOTE THE SAG IN ROOF FRAMING. THIS IS EVIDENTIN MANY LOCATIONS AT [PROPERTY NAME]. FRAMING SHOULD BE REPAIREDPRIOR TO ROOFING.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  6. 6. Page 6 of 35FOREGROUND: PLEASE NOTE THE UNEVEN COLORING OF THE FLAT ROOF. Roof FramingINITIAL APPLICATION OF ASPHALTIC FLOOD COAT WAS UNEVEN.THE HEAVY AND LIGHT AREAS OF APPLICATION ARE EVIDENT HERE.THE LIGHT AREAS ARE EXPOSED FIBERGLASS MATT.[PROPERTY NAME]:THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF AREAS WHERE THE ROOF EXTENSION OVERCOMMON ENTRIES HAS FAILED. TO REPAIR THESE AREAS THEWALKWAY SOFFIT WILL BE REMOVED AND DAMAGED FRAMING MEMBERSIDENTIFIED. FAILED ROOF DECKING OVER THESE AREAS WILL BE REPLACED.FINALLY ALL FASCIA AND TRIM COMPONENTS WILL BE REPLACED ASREQUIRED.ROOF DECKING AND FRAMING REPAIRS AT[PROPERTY NAME]ROOFING AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONROOF FRAMING AT COURTYARD PERIMETERENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMITER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 16 LFSOUTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 21 LFWEST PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 48 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 80 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – FASCIA 80 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – FASCIA 60 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – FASCIA 80 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKROOFING AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONENTRY COURTYARDFASCIA 90 LFGUTTER FASCIA 90 LFEAST ELEVATIONCOLUMN FASCIA 48 LFGUTTER FASCIA 48 LFSOUTH ELEVATIONFRAMING 32 LFCOLUMN FASCIA 90 LFGUTTER FASCIA 80 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  7. 7. Page 7 of 35WEST ELEVATION Roof FramingFASCIA PANEL 176 SQ FTCOLUMN FASCIA 48 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 60 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 90 LFGUTTER FASCIA 90 LFCOLUMN FASCIA 70 LFWALKWAY SOFFITS 64 SQ FTWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARD – NO WORKROOFING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – NO WORKWEST PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 24 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 36 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKREAR COURTYARD – NO WORKROOFING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – NO WORKWEST PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 24 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 36 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 70 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 70 LFCOLUMN FASCIA 60 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKROOFING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 90 LFEAST PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 48 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  8. 8. Page 8 of 35GUTTER FASCIA 48 LF Roof FramingSOUTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 24 LFWEST PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 48 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 30 LFROOF FRAME 30 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 45 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 50 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 24 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKROOFING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 90 LFEAST PERIMETER – COLUMN TRIM 12 LFSOUTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 42 LFROOF FRAME 30 LFWEST PERIMETER – PANEL FASCIA 176 SQ FTCOLUMN FASCIA 90 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – ROOF FRAME 30 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – COLUMN FASCIA 36 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – NO WORKEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER FASCIA 70 LFROOF FRAME 10 LFCOLUMN FASCIA 50 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORK[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  9. 9. Page 9 of 35 RoofingEXISTING ROOFING SYSTEMSBS HEAT WELD FLAT ROOFING-TORCH DOWN PROCEDURES 1. REMOVE EXISTING FLAT ROOFING MATERIAL. 2. REMOVE EXISTING FLASHINGS. 3. REMOVE ABANDONED EQUIPMENT. 4. REMOVE CONDUIT SUPPORTS AND FAILED A/C SUPPORTS. 5. IDENTIFY WET AND DAMAGED WOOD DECKING AND ADVISE OWNERS AGENT FOR APPROVAL TO REPLACE. 6. REPLACE THE WOOD DECKING AS APPROVED. 7. REMOVE ALL PROJECTIONS, LOOSE NAILS AND SCREWS FROM THE WOOD DECK. SWEEP SMOOTH. 8. INSTALL ½ WIDTH OF BASE SHEET AT ROOF PERIMETERS AS A STARTER STRIP USING MECHANICAL FASTENERS. 9. USING MECHAICAL FASTENERS CONTINUE TO COVER ROOF WITH FULL WIDTH SHEETS BASE SHEET OVERLAPPED AT SIDES AND STAGGERED AT ENDS. 10. INSTALL NEW EDGE FLASHING OVER BASE SHEET AT ALL PERIMETERS. 11. REMOVE AND REPLACE OR ELEVATE COMPRESSORS AS NEEDED. 12. APPLY PRIMER TO ALL NEW EDGE FLASHING. 13. INSTALL GRANULATED CAP SHEET OVER BASE SHEET. CAP SHEET TO BE LAPPED ON SIDES AND STAGGERED AT ENDS MAKING SURE TO AVOID JOINTS OF BASE SHEET. 14. VENT JACKS TO BE INSPECTED AND REPLACED AS NEEDED. 15. SET COMPRESSORS ON PADS AND ELEVATE CONDUIT ON BLOCKS. WOOD BLOCKS WILL BE SET ON AN ADDITIONAL PIECE OF CAP SHEETWARRANTY INFORMATION:SBS ROOFING MATERIAL:10 YEAR MANUFACTURERS WARRANTYWARRANTY ON WORKMANSHIP FOR ROOF INSTALLATION IS 3 YEARS[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  10. 10. Page 10 of 35 Roofing MATERIALS NEEDED FOR [PROPERTY NAME] ROOF BUILDING ___ 313 SQ BUILDING ___ 448 SQ BUILDING ___ 454 SQ BUILDING ___ 454 SQ BUILDING ___ 448 SQ TOTAL 2117 SQ Improper overlap of shingles and flat roofing systems. At [Property Name], four shingles should be removed and flat roofing material laid beneath then new shingles installed. This area is along the north elevation.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  11. 11. Page 11 of 35 Roofing The red trim atop the columns was likely installed or adjusted to hide the gap between old fascia line and new. Compare this image to that above and you will see that at [Property Name] the fascia rests on the lower crown trim. Drip edge has rusted and will not bond to roofing materials. All drip edge will be changed at [Property Name].[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  12. 12. Page 12 of 35 Roofing Many repairs show non-bonded edges.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  13. 13. Page 13 of 35ESTIMATED PLYWOOD DECKING REPLACEMENT AT ROOF: Roofing1) NORTH OF BUILDING IS ON HWY 225 SIDE OF BUILDING.2) CENTER OF BUILDING COMPRISED OF ROOFS ON EAST AND WEST OF LANDSCAPED COURTYARDS.3) SOUTH SIDE OF BUILDING FURTHEST FROM HWY 225.ESTIMATED DECKING REPLACEMENT NEEDS FOR[PROPERTY NAME] (QUANTITIES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)BUILDING AREA ITEM QUANTITYNUMBER___ NORTH DECKING 34 EA CENTER DECKING 26 EA SOUTH DECKING 31 EA___ NORTH DECKING 42 EA CENTER DECKING 21 EA SOUTH DECKING 31 EA___ NORTH DECKING 26 EA CENTER DECKING 33 EA SOUTH DECKING 24 EA___ NORTH DECKING 47 EA CENTER DECKING 17 EA SOUTH DECKING 27 EA___ NORTH DECKING 31 EA CENTER DECKING 33 EA SOUTH DECKING 24 EATOTAL DECKING 447 EAAS EXISTING ROOFING IS REMOVED DETERIORATED DECKING WILL BECOMEEVIDENT. UPON OWNERS APPROVAL WORLD BUILDERS, INC. WILL REPLACETHE DETERIORATED SHEETS OF DECKING.THE ABOVE TABLE IS OUR ESTIMATE OF SHEETS REQUIRED FOR EACHBUILDING. THIS IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE UPON REMOVAL OF FAILEDROOFING MATERIALS.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  14. 14. Page 14 of 35 WindowsWINDOW INSTALLATION: 1. REMOVE THE OLD WINDOW AND PREPARE THE OPENING AS NEEDED SO THE NEW WINDOW FITS INTO THE OPENING PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE. 2. TILT THE WINDOW UP INTO THE OPENING WITH THE SASH CLOSED AND LOCKED. 3. TIGHTEN THE JAMB ADJUSTERS AND SHIM THE WINDOW AT ALL ANCHOR POINTS AND WHERE REQUIRED TO HOLD THE UNIT SECURE. CHECK FOR PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE. 4. CHECK TO SEE THAT WEATHERSTRIPPING IS SEALING PROPERLY IN ALL AREAS. CHECK FOR AN EVEN REVEAL BETWEEN SASH AND FRAME. 5. ONCE WINDOW IS PLUMB, LEVEL AND SQUARE, SET INSTALLATION SCREWS. 6. AS NEEDED INSTALL INSULATION IN GAPS. 7. CAULK PERIMETER AS NEEDED.WINDOWS TO BE REPLACED AT [PROPERTY NAME]APARTMENTSBUILDING 6X3 3’6’’X 6’ 3’X6’ 2’X2’ 2’X3’ TWINNUMBER SLIDER SH SH BATH BATH SH___ 0 12 0 0 0 0___ 0 12 0 0 0 0___ 0 12 0 0 0 0___ 0 12 0 0 0 0___ 0 12 0 0 0 0TOTALS 0 60 0 0 0 0 60WARRANTY INFORMATION:FAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 1ST 60 MONTHS NO CHARGE TO REPLACEFAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 2ND 60 MONTHS 25% CHARGE TO REPLACEFAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 3RD 60 MONTHS 50% CHARGE TO REPLACE[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  15. 15. Page 15 of 35 GuttersGUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS: 1. Furnish and install new 5” gutters as listed below for [Property Name] and Columns Apartments. 2. Furnish and install downspouts properly supported to structure as listed below. 3. Furnish and install splash blocks at each downspout. 4. Gutters and downspouts to be painted to match color chosen. 5. Failed and damaged sections will be removed from the property..GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS TO BE REPAIRED AT[PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTSGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 9 EAENTRY COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 7 EAEAST PERIMETER – GUTTER 16 LFSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 21 LFWEST PERIMETER – GUTTER 48 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 80 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EAEXIT COURTYARDSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 80 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 7 EAEAST ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 5 EASOUTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 2 EAGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 0 EAEAST ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 2 EASOUTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 4 EAENTRY COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 8 EAGUTTER 90 LFEAST ELEVATION[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  16. 16. Page 16 of 35GUTTER 48 LF GuttersSOUTH ELEVATIONGUTTER 80 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EASOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 90 LFGUTTER 90 LFEXIT COURTYARD – NO WORKDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 5 EAGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 1 EAEAST ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 2 EASOUTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 3 EAENTRY COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 5 EAWEST PERIMETER – GUTTER 24 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EAREAR COURTYARD – NO WORKDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWSGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 3 EAEAST ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EASOUTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 2 EAENTRY COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EAWEST PERIMETER – GUTTER 24 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EAEXIT COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 70 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EASOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 70 LFGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 90 LFGUTTER 48 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  17. 17. Page 17 of 35WEST PERIMETER – GUTTER 48 LF GuttersCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 30 LFGUTTER 30 LFEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 45 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDEAST PERIMETER – NO WORKSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 24 LFWEST PERIMETER – NO WORKGUTTERS AT BUILDING ___NORTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 1 EAEAST ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 3 EASOUTH ELEVATIONDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 2 EAENTRY COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 90 LFSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 42 LFGUTTER 30 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EACENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 30 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 6 EAEXIT COURTYARDSOUTH PERIMETER – GUTTER 70 LFGUTTER 10 LFDOWNSPOUTS WITH ELBOWS 4 EA[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  18. 18. Page 18 of 35 PaintingEXTERIOR PAINT FOR THE [PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTS:NUMBER OF BUILDINGS: 5NUMBER OF UNITS: 468PRICING SUMMARY FOR EXTERIOR PAINT AT THE[PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTSBUILDING PRICELAUNDRY AND BOILER FACILITIES 6 @ $425 EACH $BUILDING ___ -- 80 UNITS $BUILDING ___ -- 80 UNITS $BUILDING ___ -- 92 UNITS $BUILDING ___ -- 108 UNITS $BUILDING ___ -- 108 UNITS $TOTAL $ADDITIONAL OPTIONAL ITEMSQUANTITY ITEM PER TOTAL BLDG PRICE PRICEPER IRON RAILING (ALL FLOORS) $ $BUILDINGPER PAINT ON STAIRS $ $BUILDINGPER SIDING AT NORTH, EAST AND $ $BUILDING SOUTH ELEVATIONSALL CAR ENTRY GATE SYSTEM $ $ALL PERIMETER FENCING $ $ALL PEDESTRIAN GATE (5 GATES) $ $TOTAL $WORK IS TO INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO PAINTING ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: 1) WOOD WALLS 2) SOFFITS 3) LIDS 4) COLUMNS 5) TRIM 6) FASCIA 7) EXTERIOR FRONT DOORS 8) SHUTTERS 9) GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS 10) VENT COVERS 11) BRICKALL WORK IS TO BE PER THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  19. 19. Page 19 of 35ALL WORK IS TO BE COMPLETED WITH RESIDENTS AT THE PROPERTY. PaintingALL WORK IS TO BE CLEANED UP ON A DAILY BASIS.CAUTION/SAFETY TAPE IS TO BE SECURED AROUND AREAS OF WORK.ALL CARS ARE TO BE COVERED OR REMOVED TO PREVENT POSSIBLE DAMAGEFROM FLYING PAINT.ALL RESIDENT PERSONAL PROPERTY IS TO BE COVERED OR REMOVED PRIOR TOPAINT APPLICATION.WE WILL WORK WITH PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TO ENSURE RESIDENTS ARENOTIFIED BEFORE WORK IS TO COMMENCE.PAINTING ITEMS INCLUDED INPRICINGQUANTITY ITEM DESCRIPTION___ RESIDENTIAL EXTERIOR OF BUILDINGS WILL BE BUILDINGS PAINTED WITH A MINIMUM OF 3 COLORS. UNIT FRONT DOORS AND INTERIOR FIRST FLOOR COURT YARD ARE INCLUDEDALL LAUNDRY/ BOILER EXTERIOR ONLY FACILITIESALL COLUMNS COLUMNS WILL BE PAINTED UPON COMPLETION OF THE NOTED REPAIRS LISTED IN THE COLUMNS SECTION OF THE BID DOCUMENT.ITEMS EXCLUDED FROMPRICINGQUANTITY ITEM DESCRIPTION IRON FENCING PAINT FOR IRON FENCING AND GATES CAN BE ADDED PER THE ADD-ON ITEMS PRICING TABLEPROCEDURE FOR PAINT APPLICATION: 1) WE WILL POWER WASH, SCALE AND SAND ALL BUILDINGS AFTER WOOD REPAIRS AND ROOFING ARE COMPLETE. 2) WE WILL PRIME NEW WOOD BEFORE PAINT. 3) WE WILL CAULK ALL WATER PENETRATIONS. 4) WE WILL REMOVE AND REINSTALL EXTERIOR LIGHTS OR COVER WITH PLASTIC. 5) WE WILL REMOVE AND REINSTALL UNIT NUMBERS OR COVER WITH PLASTIC. 6) WE WILL PAINT ALL SHUTTERS WHITE. 7) WE WILL PAINT ALL EXISTING PAINTED WOOD WITH SAME COLOR BASE COLOR PAINT. 8) ALL TRIM AROUND WINDOWS AND DOORS WILL BE PAINTED WHITE.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  20. 20. Page 20 of 35 9) PARKING AREAS BEHIND BUILDINGS WILL NOT BE PAINTED. THIS AREA MAY Painting NEED TOUCH UP AS REQUIRED. 10) WE WILL COVER ALL EXISTING AWNINGS OR REMOVE AND REINSTALL THEM PRIOR TO PAINTING. 11) ALL GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS WILL BE PAINTED. 12) WE WILL PAINT ANY ADDITIONAL BUILDING EXTERIORS THAT PERTAIN TO RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS. 13) THE INTERIOR OF THE EXISTING LAUNDRY BUILDING IS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS SCOPE OF WORK. 14) WE WILL PAINT ALL EXISTING PAINTED TELCO OR SIMILAR BOXES.WARRANTY ON WORKMANSHIP FOR EXTERIOR PAINTING AS FOLLOWS:1 YEAR FOR IRON RAILS, FENCE AND EXTERIOR DOORS5 YEARS FOR PAINT ON SOUND CARPENTRY MATERIALSNO WARRANTY EXTENDED FOR PAINT ON COLUMNS IN COURTYARDS AND ATSTREET ENTRIESMANUFACTURERS WARRANTY FOR MATERIALS WILL BE EXTENDED TO THEPROPERTY[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  21. 21. Page 21 of 35WELDING: Welding1. REMOVE ITEMS AS LISTED2. REMOVE PAINT TO RAW METAL ON SURROUNDING AREAS3. PLACE NEW PIECE BY WELDING IN PLACE.WELDING REPAIRS TO BE MADE AT [PROPERTY NAME] APARTMENTSWELDING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONREPAIR CORNER POST AT STAIRS 1 EAEAST ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKWEST ELEVATIONBOTTOM RAIL REPAIR 1 LFBOTTOM RAIL REPAIR 6 INCHESNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNER LEPAIR @STAIR 1 LFCHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LFCHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LF1” STAIR PICKET 2 EACENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATION – NO WORKSOUTH ELEVATION – NO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LFCHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR@STAIR 1 LFCHANNEL REPAIR @ STAIR 1 LFEXIT COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATION – NO WORKSOUTH ELEVATION – NO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY BOTTOM RAIL REPAIR @ 1 LFCORNERTOP RAIL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY FLAG POLE FLAIL TO FASCIA 1 EAWELDING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKWEST ELEVATION[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  22. 22. Page 22 of 35RAIL SUPPORTS 2 EA WeldingNORTH BREEZEWAY – NO WORKSOUTH BREEZEWAY – CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFEXIT COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONBOTTOM RAIL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH ELEVATIONFLAG POLE 2 EANORTH BREEZEWAY FLAG POLE 1 EASOUTH BREEZEWAY -- NO WORKWELDING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONREPAIR LEG ON RAILING 1 EAINSTALL BACKER FOR RAILING 1 EAWEST ELEVATIONBOTTOM RAIL SUPPORT 2 EAJOIN TOP RAIL @ UNIT 6 1 LFNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY MEND PICKET @ STAIR 1 EACENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATION – NO WORKSOUTH ELEVATION – NO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY PICKETS @ STAIR 1 EAEXIT COURTYARD – NO WORKWELDING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONRAG BOLT 1 EARAG BOLT 1 EASOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKWEST ELEVATION½” PICKET 1 EANORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 EA[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  23. 23. Page 23 of 35SOUTH BREEZEWAY – NO WORK 1 EA WeldingCENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEAVATIONNO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFEXIT COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY STAIR PICEKT 1 EACHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFWELDING AT BUILDING ___ENTRY COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKWEST ELEVATIONBOTTOM RAIL SUPPORTS 2 EA½” PICKET 1 EASECURE RAIL 20 LFNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 2 LFSOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFCHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSTAIR PICKET 1 EACENTRAL COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LFSOUTH BREEWAY – NO WORKEXIT COURTYARDNORTH ELEVATIONNO WORKSOUTH ELEVATIONNO WORKNORTH BREEZEWAY STAIR PICKET 2 EASOUTH BREEZEWAY CHANNEL REPAIR 1 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  24. 24. Page 24 of 35REMOVE AND REPLACE DAMAGED MATERIALS FROM COLUMNS: Column RepairNUMBER OF COLUMNS PER BUILDING AT[PROPERTY NAME]BUILDING FRONT ENTRY CENTRAL EXITNUMBER ENTRY COURTYARD COURTYARD COURTYARD___ 4 16 8 6___ 4 16 8 6___ 4 16 8 6___ 4 16 8 6___ 4 16 8 6TOTALS 20 80 40 30SCOPE:PER THE FOLLOWING TABLE REMOVE AND REPLACE THE LISTEDCOMPONENTS: 1. REMOVE FAILED TRIMS FROM COLUMN INCLUDING CORNER, BASE AND CROWN TRIM. 2. REMOVE AND REPLACE FAILED PLYWOOD SIDING. 3. INSTALL 2 VENTS PER COLUMN. VENTS TO BE INSTALLED AT TOP AND BOTTOM OF COLUMN. VENTS WILL FACILITATE REMOVAL OF WATER VAPOR FROM COLUMN INTERIORS. 4. PRIME NEW MATERIALS.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  25. 25. Page 25 of 35 Column Repair Joints in some panels and trim which cannot be closed will be caulked prior to paint application. Water is able to pass through column base of existing columns. We have identified rotten 1x6 column trim in multiple locations that need to be replaced.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  26. 26. Page 26 of 35 Column Repair Typical paint and texture has failed at existing column trim. This picture shows damage to typical column base trim.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  27. 27. Page 27 of 35 Column Repair[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  28. 28. Page 28 of 35 Column RepairTHIS DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATES THE LOCATIONS OF SPECIFIC COLUMNSREFERENCED IN THE TABLES ON SUBSEQUENT PAGES, WHICH SHOW ADETAILED BREAK DOWN OF MATERIALS TO BE USED PER INDIVIDUALCOLUMN IN EACH BUILDING.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  29. 29. Page 29 of 35MATERIALS NEEDED FOR COLUMN REPAIR AT Column Repair[PROPERTY NAME] BUILDING ___ 1X6 4X4 4X4 PLYWOOD 1X2 1X4 TRIM CORNER BASE CROWN SIDING TRIM STREET ENTRY COLUMN 1 32 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF COLUMN 2 64 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF COLUMN 3 4 LF COLUMN 4 72 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF ENTRY COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 10 LFCOLUMN 2 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5COLUMN 6COLUMN 7COLUMN 8 16 LFCOLUMN 9 64 LF 12 LFCOLUMN 10 64 LF 12 LFCOLUMN 11COLUMN 12 16 LFCOLUMN 13 96 LFCOLUMN 14 16 LFCOLUMN 15COLUMN 16 32 12 LF 32 SQ FT CENTRAL COURTYARD COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2 COLUMN 3 COLUMN 4 COLUMN 5 COLUMN 6 COLUMN 7 COLUMN 8 REAR COURTYARD COLUMN 1 COLUMN 2 COLUMN 3 COLUMN 4 COLUMN 5 48 LF COLUMN 6 32 LFBLDG TOTAL 742 LF 72 LF 72 LF 256 SQ FT 48 LF 48 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  30. 30. Page 30 of 35 Column RepairMATERIALS NEEDED FOR COLUMN REPAIR AT[PROPERTY NAME] BUILDING ___ 1X6 4X4 4X4 PLYWOOD 1X2 1X4 CORNER BASE CROWN SIDING TRIM TRIM STREET ENTRYCOLUMN 1 32 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2 16 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 64 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 16 LF 8 LF 8 LF ENTRY COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2 32 SQ FTCOLUMN 3 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 128 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 7 80 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 8COLUMN 9 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 10 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 11 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 12 32 LFCOLUMN 13 16 LFCOLUMN 14 48 LFCOLUMN 15 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 16 CENTRAL COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 80 LF 12 LF 12 LF 96 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 96 LF 12 LF 12 LF 128 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 80 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 7 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 8 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF REAR COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 36 LFCOLUMN 2 32 LFCOLUMN 3 64 LF 64 SQ FTCOLUMN 4COLUMN 5COLUMN 6 32 SQ FTBLDG TOTAL 1460 LF 204 LF 204 LF 768 SQ FT 168 LF 168 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  31. 31. Page 31 of 35 Column RepairMATERIALS NEEDED FOR COLUMN REPAIR AT[PROPERTY NAME] BUILDING ___ 1X6 4X4 4X4 PLYWOOD 1X2 1X4 CORNER BASE CROWN SIDING TRIM TRIM STREET ENTRYCOLUMN 1 64 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2 64 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 48 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 128 LF 12 LF 128 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF ENTRY COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2 16 LFCOLUMN 3 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 3 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 128 LF 12 LF 12 LF 128 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6COLUMN 7 3 LF 32 SQ FTCOLUMN 8COLUMN 9 32 LF 12 LF 12 32LF SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 10 64 LF 12 LF 12 32LF SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 11 64 LF 12 LF 12 64LF SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 12 32 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 13 48 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 14 52 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 15 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 16 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF CENTRAL COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2 12 LFCOLUMN 3COLUMN 4COLUMN 5 16 LFCOLUMN 6 32 LFCOLUMN 7 64 LFCOLUMN 8 96 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF REAR COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 40 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2COLUMN 3 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4COLUMN 5 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6 42 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFBLDG TOTAL 1260 LF 180 LF 204 LF 896 SQ FT 160 LF 160 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  32. 32. Page 32 of 35MATERIALS NEEDED FOR COLUMN REPAIR AT Column Repair[PROPERTY NAME] BUILDING ___ 1X6 4X4 4X4 PLYWOOD 1X2 TRIM 1X4 TRIM CORNER BASE CROWN SIDING STREET ENTRYCOLUMN 1 32 LFCOLUMN 2 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3COLUMN 4 ENTRY COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 7 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 8 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 9 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 10 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 11COLUMN 12 16 LFCOLUMN 13COLUMN 14 32 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 15COLUMN 16 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF CENTRAL COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 16 LFCOLUMN 6 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 7COLUMN 8 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LF REAR COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 128 LF 12 LF 12 LF 128 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 2 32 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 3 80 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 4COLUMN 5 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 6 80 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFBLDG TOTAL 1216 LF 276 LF 264 LF 896 SQ FT 184 LF 184 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  33. 33. Page 33 of 35 Column RepairMATERIALS NEEDED FOR COLUMN REPAIR AT[PROPERTY NAME] BUILDING ___ 1X6 4X4 4X4 PLYWOOD 1X2 1X4 CORNER BASE CROWN SIDING TRIM TRIM STREET ENTRYCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3COLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LF ENTRY COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3 32 LFCOLUMN 4 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 64 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5COLUMN 6 48 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 7COLUMN 8COLUMN 9 64 LF 12 LF 12 LF 32 SQ FT 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 10 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 11COLUMN 12COLUMN 13 32 LF 12 LF 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 14COLUMN 15COLUMN 16 CENTRAL COURTYARDCOLUMN 1 16 LFCOLUMN 2COLUMN 3COLUMN 4COLUMN 5COLUMN 6COLUMN 7COLUMN 8 16 LF REAR COURTYARDCOLUMN 1COLUMN 2COLUMN 3COLUMN 4 64 LF 12 12 LF 8 LF 8 LFCOLUMN 5 32 LFCOLUMN 6BLDG TOTAL 464 LF 72 LF 84 LF 128 SQ FT 56 LF 56 LF[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  34. 34. Page 34 of 35 Brick WorkBRICK REPAIR:AT NUMEROUS LOCATIONS MISSING BRICK, DAMAGED BRICK AT ENTRIESAND MISSING MORTAR WILL BE REPAIRED.1) MISSING BRICK LIMITED TO COLUMN BASES WILL BE REPLACED.2) DAMAGED BRICK AT ENTRIED TYPICALLY HAS BROKEN CORNERS AT ENTRY BREEZEWAY.3) MISSING MORTAR OR DAMAGED MORTAR IS TYPICALLY LOCATED AT STREET ENTRY FAÇADE. THIS DAMAGE IS THE RESULT OF FOUNDATION WORK.[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]
  35. 35. Page 35 of 35 WarrantyGENERAL WARRANTY SUMMARYWARRANTY INFORMATION:SBS ROOFING MATERIAL: • 10 YEAR MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY • WARRANTY ON WORKMANSHIP FOR ROOF INSTALLATION IS 3 YEARSWINDOWS: • FAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 1ST 60 MONTHS NO CHARGE TO REPLACE • FAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 2ND 60 MONTHS 25% CHARGE TO REPLACE • FAILURE OF INSULATED GLASS IN 3RD 60 MONTHS 50% CHARGE TO REPLACECARPENTRY: • WARRANTY ON WORKMANSHIP FOR CARPENTRY SCOPE 1 YEAREXTERIOR PAINT: • 1 YEAR FOR IRON RAILS, FENCE AND EXTERIOR DOORS • 5 YEARS FOR PAINT ON SOUND CARPENTRY MATERIALS • NO WARRANTY EXTENDED FOR PAINT ON COLUMNS IN COURTYARDS AND AT STREET ENTRIES • MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY FOR MATERIALS WILL BE EXTENDED TO THE PROPERTY[Property Name] Apartments [Property Address] Revised [Date]

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