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Liberty Commons' general contractor and snow removal contractor worked together to clear the ground accessible roof surfaces of snow, cleared all walks, mailboxes, and dumpsters. Liberty Commons' snow removal contractor cleared all parking spaces that were clear of vehicles. Snow removal from parking spaces was delayed until this afternoon, to allow our snow removal operator to get proper sleep required to ensure everyone's safety, since they were here late into the night clearing the property to ensure proper and safe access/egress. Any remaining cleanup will be undertaken on Thursday, March 16, 2017, sometime after 9:30 AM EST.

Liberty Commons' Board of Trustees have authorized our general contractor is to be onsite tomorrow to clear the ground accessible roofs of snow (not ice) in a proactive step to assist in preventing any potential water infiltration caused by ice dams that may form. Weather constrains could affect the schedule and work. Individuals with privacy concerns should close blinds, curtains, shade, etc. during daylight hours (sometime between the hours of 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM EST).

Roof Clearing Efforts — 2/13/2017

Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees authorized the clearing of snow from roof surfaces to avoid any potential water infiltration into Units. Snow was removed from all roof surfaces that were ground accessible. Due to the high and extreme winds today, our general contractors were not able to climb up on Read More...

Roof Clearing Operations — 2/13/2017

In a proactive stance, Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees, had permanent roof anchors installed on the front and backs of each Pod (a cluster of four Units). These can be seen without snow on the roofs on either side of the dormers. These permanent roof anchors will allow work crews Read More...

Roof Inspections — March 24, 2016

On Thursday, March 24, 2016, Liberty Commons’ previous insurance company, the roofing contractor who replaced our roofing systems in 2013, and Board of Trustees, will be walking around the entire property (including decks), and on roof surfaces to inspect the reported losses. This is part of the insurance claim process Read More...