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Hey guys, we’re here today at the Emerald Bay Yacht Club right off the famous Table Rock Lake. And if you follow me, we’ll show you what we got going on.
The first step in a project of this size is a planning layout. Right over here, we have our staging area. So here, on this project, we’ve got active tenants living here. Very difficult parking access, so we actually require what’s called a staging area, which is where we’re at now. In this fenced area, we keep anything from porta potties, scaffolding materials, old gutters, trash, trucks, trailers, tools, anything we may need to keep the rest of the site clean and secure. That was a quick tour of the staging area. Now, let me tell you how this project came about.
About eight months ago, a fairly large hailstorm came through this area where it damaged the roofs, the siding, and a few of other components on this property. At the time, we were just finishing up a project for Wyndham Resorts, just up the road in Branson, which is when Emerald bay called us in to assess the damage from this hail event. Upon completion of the damage assessment report, the Board here made the decision to move forward and file a claim on the property. Although there were a number of contractors competing for this project, the Board ultimately ended going with RestoreMasters for a few different reasons. Some of those reasons include our insurance and bonding limits, our certifications and awards, and our references and experiences with past projects of this caliber.
Initially, this project started out at a little over million, and we were able to ultimately get it up to 1.7 million due to us talking with the carriers and getting a few things approved, including the scaffolding you see behind me and that we’re standing on now in order to accomplish the project and complete it safely and securely. Insurance initially approved a synthetic underlayment. We were able to actually upgrade this client to a high temp ice and water shield, which is what we were standing on here. At RestoreMasters, when installing our standing seam roofing systems, we always make sure to laser measure the roofs and roll the panels off on site. This is important for two reasons. One, there are usually damages and inaccuracies with panels that are made off-site. When being shipped to the job, they often are damaged while being unloaded. Whereas, when you roll off on site, you’re able to hand stack them. And number two, when ordering panels in from off-site, there is often a shortage of panels which creates delay in the project.
One of those main things on an active site such as this one is to ensure that there are no flat tires, nobody steps on any nails. We do this by running a magnet twice a day. And at the end of every day, we move cones and fences such as this one to ensure that everybody knows where it’s safe to drive and walk. If you own a large commercial property or are in an association such as this one and believe to have any kind of storm damage, we’d love to help you out. Please feel free to look us up online or give us a call. My name’s Scott. Thanks for watching.
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