What’s New at Grand Timber
- Property Updates 1/3/17
- The new windows in Building 1 have proven to provide a more comfortable, draft-free experience, so we will be replacing all the windows and doors in Building 2 as well. This project is slated to begin toward the end of April and will last approximately six weeks.
- As soon as weather permits, Buildings 3 and 4 will receive a fresh coat of paint.
- We are extremely excited to be updating all the living room furniture in every unit throughout 2017. Please join the Grand Timber Lodge Owners Association Facebook page for updates on this project as it comes closer.
- Look for a renovation of the Building 1 Steam Room to be completed soon, as we seek to provide a more user-friendly experience.
- As part of the new Activities Center, the former activities space has been converted into a centralized vending hub where you can now find snacks, drinks and ice in one central location.
- The Engineering department is installing new icemakers in each building, replacing the old units in Buildings 1, 6 and 7.
- Our new fiber-optic Internet service was connected on November 11, tripling our previous Wi-Fi network capacity.
- The Building 1 window replacement project has been completed. The new windows offer ease of operation and have noticeably increased the comfort of the units with a more efficient design.
- New carpet was installed in the Building 6 ground-floor hallway. As part of this project, the ramps were reinforced and insulated to reduce noise levels in the spa. Visit Refresh Spa during your next visit to enjoy this improvement!
- A UV light has been installed in the Building 5 pool. This new technology will allow us to reduce the chlorine levels in the pool, making for a better experience and reducing the ongoing chemical expenses.
* Smoking tobacco on the decks has always been permitted at Grand Timber Lodge, but after receiving many complaints about smoke drifting into neighboring units when the windows are open, the Board has decided to prohibit smoking on the decks beginning January 1. This decision falls in line with our resort theme of a family-friendly property for all to enjoy. We will be installing a smoking shelter on property most likely between the Lodgepole Bar and Grill and Christy Sports and will also have designated smoking areas where our owners and guests will still be allowed to smoke tobacco products. Just as a friendly reminder, smoking marijuana is prohibited throughout the entire property. If it is determined that a guest was smoking in their unit or on their deck, they will be charged a $250 fine.