Randy McGrath

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Published: August 23, 2019 2:49 pm

Last Modified: August 23, 2019 2:50 pm

Randy McGrath

The emergency exit door is in need of weather proofing, (small leak) allowing rain water to breach the interior floor in the area of this door. I contacted a vendor A-1 Glass and Door Company to inspect this problem and make the necessary repairs. I am awaiting his proposal early next week. I also asked him to give us a price to install an EMERGENCY DOOR (crash bar) more appropriate than the one that we have in place now.


A majority of the cushions were delivered and installed on the pool patio. There are only several chairs lacking cushions. The pool chemical levels were checked and were spot on, all is well.

IRRRIGATION [Updates provided by Insight Irrigation LLC.]

Completed irrigation inspection on clock C and all repairs.

Trouble shooting of clock D and E

Replaced 2 wire module on clock E under factory warranty.

Repaired wire issues on clock D and E

Clock E zones 1-13, 25, 26 are not operational (we are find many different types of wire)

Clock D is continuing to have wiring malfunctions has been on and off throughout the week currently not operational.

Manual watering around the club house and pool deck.

Paradise will have are team out Monday to finish wiring repairs and start new wire installation on 9/3/19

Thank you


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All 6 fountains are operating fine at this time. Both exit fountains and one entrance fountain was been put back in service recently. South Patrick entrance fountain is in need of repairs, the Shearwater Parkway entrance fountain in now in service. So 3 out of 4 fountains are functional at entryways / exits. We are awaiting SPIES to come and install the new and larger chlorinators at the Shearwater Parkway entrance / exit. We are at the mercy of their scheduling.


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The Shearwater Parkway entrance gate was (OUT of ORDER) not communicating correctly between the Master operator and Slave operator. When this happens the gates come to rest in the open position by design. and by the software configuration set up. The FDC Tech Mike G. found several different issues with these gate operators. Corrosion and electrolysis had set in on the battery posts and connections, causing communication errors and codes to explain the reasons for the gates failure to respond correctly. The batteries lost power as the 24 volt lead had corroded away from it's position on the mother board was another issue. The bad batteries were replaced as needed, and once in place the battery terminals were sprayed with a terminal protector ant to retard the corrosion aspect of this electros is problem. While inspecting the interior of gate operator cabinet, there was evidence of wear and tear on the operator drive belts The drive belts have dry rot and I made the decision to have all 8 drive belts replaced as needed as a preventative maintenance procedure. The Tech of FDC Mike G. explained to me that these belts would have to be ordered and installed upon availability. There are several yoke / type screw down bolt fasteners in need of replacement as well, so I authorized Mike G. to replace these parts as needed. The Shearwater entrance gate is back in service now and functioning properly.


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