Masters House Painting Project

The 2020 painting project has been launched. This is an exciting initiative as we are looking at introducing new house color schemes.

We will form two working groups; an aesthetics working group, responsible for color selection, approvals and homeowner sign-off; and an operations working group, responsible for preparing houses for painting, the bid process and painting through to the distribution of the leftover paint.

We are launching our project now to allow the working groups ample time to prepare during the off-season and be ready to hit the road running when the next season starts. It’s early, but we wanted to get a head start on the significant effort required to be ready for the start of painting in the fall of 2020.

The working teams will be guided and supported by the Masters ARC Committee, with two Committee members serving as working group leaders. The leaders are:

  • Aesthetics – Pat Becker with assistance from Sue Plummer.
  • Operations – Ellen Hedlund with assistance from Ric Ellis. 

We need three or four volunteers for each working group. Please let us know by May 1, 2019, if you are interested. Your participation is key to our success.

The Aesthetics working group is expected to commence preliminary investigations over the summer and by year-end having a good indication of our new color palettes. Their work is anticipated to wind up by April 2020. If you are interested in serving on this working group, please contact Pat at pabecker51@gmail.com

The Operations working group will also commence preliminary investigations over the summer. We expect the busy period to be next year. Heather Keel from Cambridge Property Management will assist the team. If you are interested in serving on this working group, please contact Ellen at ellen.p.hedlund@gmail.com

We look forward to hearing from you.

Dikran Ohannessian

Marsters ARC Committee

One thought on “Masters House Painting Project”

  1. When do the houses get painted? Many are not there until late in the Fall. I want to be present. When do we get to choose colors for our house?? Does it matter what neighbor next door has for color?
    Betty Petronis

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