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Are you planning to paint your community or property this calendar year? It pays to get your bid together as early as possible. Here's why: Many homeowner associations (HOAs) and property managers wait until the year they plan to paint to get the project started. A typical association will start asking for bids in March and April, then award projects in May or June. Unfortunately, by that time painting schedules are typically booked out until the end of August. That can be frustrating for everyone, especially since many communities prefer to have painting complete as early in the summer as possible. Instead, aim to have your colors chosen and your specifications drawn up at least six…
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Color selection can take longer than you think, especially when you have an entire neighborhood of people involved in the decision. Luckily, there are a few best practices that can streamline the process and keep your headaches to a minimum. After painting thousands of properties for homeowner associations (HOAs), here are the strategies we've found work best: 1. Don't expect to please everybody. Whether you have 50 residents or 5,000, everyone's taste is a little different. That means somebody isn't going to like the colors that are eventually selected. And it will most likely be somebody vocal. You'll probably have fewer squabbles if you're simply refreshing your community by repainting…