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Plumbing Inspection

As part of the Board’s Conservation Project, the Board contracted Western Pacific Mechanical to do a plumbing inspection of each apartment at Holiday Parkway. The purpose of this inspection is to identify the following: Leaks Old toilets Identify the gas ranges for pilot or igniter We have done a good job in decreasing our gas […]

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Lobby Re-Tiled

The Board decided to re-title the lobby and elevator for the following reasons: The lobby title surface was worn and stained. The protective surface was gone and thus was difficult to keep clean. It was also very slippery when it got wet. The elevator flooring lifted and the base of the elevator rotted probably due […]

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Landscaping Project Begins on Wednesday 10/31/12

The Landscaping project for the Diamond Head section of the building will begin at 8am on Wednesday 10/31/12. This project will take roughly a week to complete (weather permitting). The first phase will be the digging up of the area with the coral gravel that is Diamond Head of the fence. If you park in […]

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New Hot Water System Project

After a lot of research the Board has selected Western Pacific Mechanical to install our new hot water system. They are installing 3 brand new Colmac Heat Pumps as well as 6 new storage tanks. The schedule for the work is as follows: Prep work and installing heat pumps 9/20, 9/21 , 9/24 , 9/25 […]

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New Hot Water System Contract Signed

The Board voted 4 in favor and 1 abstention to approve Western Pacific Mechanical’s bid to install three (3) new Heat Pumps. The proposed Scope of Work will be turnkey and include the following: 1.    Remove and legally dispose of existing heat pump and all nonessential plumbing appurtenances. 2.    Removal and legal disposal of existing […]

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Submetering Project Play by Play

8/24/12 – Multifamily and Leviton Visit the Property Josh from Multifamily and Patrick from Leviton (the meter manufacturer) came by to check out the property and to install the wireless communication infrastructure for the meters. The installation went without any problems. 8/20/12 – Major Road Block We hit a major road block. The City and […]

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Submetering FAQs

Why are we going to submetering for electricity? The single biggest monthly expense that we have is electricity. We pay HECO between 9-10 thousand dollars each month for electricity (which is roughly $140.00 per unit). Since everyone pays for what everyone else uses there is little incentive to conserve. For example, some units have multiple […]

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Submetering Installation Begins

It’s been a long hard road for the Submetering Project everything from changes in legislation to the adding of rebates to more issues than expected in manufacturing. Lucky for us everything is falling into place in our favor. Legislation – A bill has passed which gives Board more power to push the submetering installations. The […]

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