The front flower bed beside the front stairs is the responsibility of the homeowner/resident to plant, water and to keep free of weeds. It is also important to clean up the flower bed in the fall.
Yes, the home owner is responsible for the overhead garage door unit. In some cases where the damage or rust is minor, you can paint the bottom few inches of the door to slow down the rust damage. The other option is to replace the door with one the matches the color of the rest of the garage doors.
Overhead garage door repairs are the owner’s responsibility. Call a local garage door company for service. This also applies to weather-strip that occasionally requires replacement.
The approved screen option is a retracting screen for the front door. Many owners have had these installed and is available from the local dealers such as Home Depot, Rona and Lowes.
As long as the style and finish is a close match to the current door handle, approval is not required. Again, this is the responsibility of the home owner to cover the cost of the replacement. A digital key pad replacement for the dead bolt is also approved.
The painting of the front door is the responsibility of the home owner. It must be painted to match the standard color within the complex.
An owner that would like to add a deck off of the rear patio must submit plan drawings to the Linden Pointe Board of Directors for approval. The cost of the deck is the responsibility of the unit owner. Upon approval of the drawings, the owner can proceed to have the work done as per the drawings.
The Deck is an exterior component to your unit and is the responsibility of the Condo Corp to maintain the deck in its natural condition. If you choose to stain your deck, it becomes your responsibility to maintain the finish on your deck. Should you choose to sell your unit, that responsibility transfers to the buyer of your unit. The structural components of the deck remain the responsibility of the Condo Corp.
As a Condo Board, our advice is to leave your deck unstained and let it age naturally. This gives a uniform appearance throughout the community. A number of owners have requested permission to stain and permission has been granted. We have recently approved a stain color that we want all future decks to be stained should you choose to do so. The approved color is Behr ST131 Pewter Semi Transparent Wood Stain. An approved equal will be considered.