The notice stated that they would do the painting between January 7 and January 11. I took everything off of the patio and waited.
Workers came while I was at work sometime during the day on January 10 and power washed the patio. I know this because there was dirty water splatter all over the front door, and a basketball sized chunk of the textured cement overlay had come off. But, they didn't paint.
Days passed.... and then I came home from work on Wednesday of this week and it was finally painted. It's a good thing I didn't pay attention to the dates on the original notice. Those things are never really accurate, are they?
Ridgepointe maintenance took care of the missing chunk of overlay in the way I expected: They painted over it. Who needs to patch it, when paint hides anything.
The patio looks lovely. Just don't look too closely.
|Patio outside of my apartment waiting to be painted|
|The chunk of overlay that the power washing removed on the patio|
|The freshly painted patio with the chunk of overlay|
that wasn't repaired still visible (upper left of the photo).
Like I said, don't look too closely and it's lovely.