Door Color Overview
There are six approved colors to choose from for entry doors.
- Color selection and front-door painting schedule will coincide with our building staining schedule. Co-owners will be contacted the year their building is scheduled for staining to select one of the six available colors. The first door-color change will be covered at Association expense if it occurs when the building is stained. If Co-owners fail to select a color, the default is the color, Underwater.
- To accelerate the door-color change, Co-owners agree to cover the cost out-of-pocket. Submit a request in the online Request/CCIS system or contact the Management Company for approved painters. Payment is made directly to the painter when work is complete.
Routine Door-Paint Maintenance
After completion of the phase-in of the new colors, all doors will be repainted at Association expense on an as-needed basis when doors show significant wear.
Co-owners may choose to have their doors repainted any of the six approved colors at any time regardless of wear as an out-of-pocket expense. Painting of the doors by Co-owners is not permitted
The Default color is Underwater.
Entry Door Hardware Policy
Our Association Bylaws require written advance approval of the Board of Directors if changes to the exterior door hardware would result in a change in the appearance or use.
Procedure to Change Door Hardware
- Research available options (see Guidelines below). For more information, either submit a Request in CCIS or contact the Management Company.
- Submit an External Modification Request Form listing the specific hardware to be used.
- Co-owners may self-install or hire someone to do the work. A building permit should not be necessary.
Door Hardware Guidelines
- May add keyless entry feature (external keypad, or internet activated).
- Round or lever style knob.
- Any standard finish such as bright brass, stainless steel, nickel, oil rubbed, bronze, etc. We suggest that the same finish be used for the door lockset, door kick plate, and storm door hardware.
- Similar style as the original, e.g. not an overly decorative back plate or colonial-style handle set assembly.