Asset Registry

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The Asset Registry is maintained by Building & Grounds and reviewed by the board as a whole. The original version was created by Sally Duffy and the 2020 Capital Assessment Committee.

Last Updated: August 13th, 2022

Where possible, inflation is considered (using this calculator, for instance). Future investment is a "best guess" based upon past quotes or work, where possible. NOTE: A higher-than-expected inflation rate has taken effect in 2022. This has not necessarily been factored into calculations at this time (August 2022).

Basement

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Breaker Panel (RLP-2) 1966 2020 TBD TBD The basement breaker panel is a Square D QO series (copper bus bar). It is in good operating condition. No plans to replace for the foreseeable future. Wiring cleaned up and branch side lugs properly torqued in 2020. New circuits added. Very limited capacity left - additional circuits should be added to the upstairs panel (RLP-1).
Circulator Pump (Hot Water) 2021 None 10 10 $420 The hot water circulator pump is a Grundfos Alpha2 15-55SFC (99163937) stainless steel circulation pump (1/16 HP). The replacement cost is $330 in 2021 (maybe cheaper on surplus). Circulation pumps are cited to last 10 years - but as always, subject to environment and use.
Dehumidifier 2020 None 5 3 $330 $380 $420 $480 The existing model is a Toshiba TDDP5012ES2 50pint/day unit (DOM: 08/2019, but not placed into service until 2020). The replacement cost is $300. Dehumidifiers tend to be short-lived (especially in high humidity, high duty cycle environments). It is estimated that this unit may only last 5 years.
Dehumidifier 2021 None 5 4 $340 $380 $430 $490 The existing model is a Frigidaire (Electrolux) FGAC7044U101 (DOM: 01/2019, but not placed into service until 2021). The replacement cost is $300. Dehumidifiers tend to be short-lived (especially in high humidity, high duty cycle environments). It is estimated that this unit may only last 5 years.
Fire Extinguisher 2017 None 12 8 $30 $180 $40 $230 The basement fire extinguisher is a Buckeye ABC unit (exact model TBD). Six-year maintenance ($38 in 2021 dollars) is due in 2027 and 2037 (was originally due in 2023 per manufacture date but occurred in 2021). Replacement ($90 in 2021 dollars) is due in 2029 and 2041. Annual servicing ($6 in 2021 dollars) is required. Prices are adjusted for inflation.
Foundation/Walls 1966 2021 20 20 TBD $16,000 Installed a new internal weeping tile system and sump pump in 2021. Assume that after 20 years, the system may need to be replaced (again). Painted basement walls with Liquid Rubber and Drylok in 2021. Hydrostatic pressure is causing a bulge on the east wall (near the staircase). TBD cost to address in the 5-10 year window (as of 2021) unless movement/cracking makes the project more urgent.
Freezer (Chest) TBD TBD 20 TBD The existing model is a Kelvinator Commercial KCCF170WH (59 1/2", 17 cu ft capacity). The date of manufacture is not known. The replacement cost in 2021 is about $930.
Freezer (Chest) 2016 None 20 15 $1,300 The existing model is an Electrolux KCCF160QWA commercial freezer (15.58 cu ft capacity). This particular model does not appear to be made anymore; replacement with a KCCF170WH or equivalent (replacement cost in 2021 is about $930; about $1,300 in 2036 with inflation.
Freezer (Ice Cream) 2010 None 20 8 TBD The "Blue Bunny Ice Cream" freezer is a model RIO S125, built in 2010. The replacement cost is estimated to be $900 (an Avantco DFC16-HCL in 2021 dollars, adjusted for inflation in 2030). Past experience during a power outage suggests that these units are not particularly well insulated. A better replacement may be desired when the 20 year estimated lifespan (2030) arrives.
Freezer (Upright) 2013 None 20 11 TBD The existing model is a Whirlpool EV161NZTQ02 household freezer. The replacement cost is not known at this time.
Main Distribution Panel 1966 Unknown TBD TBD The distribution panel was informally inspected in 2021. No signs of issues. No plans for service or replacement soon.
Network Equipment 2020 2022 5 3 Some equipment replacement is anticipated every 5 years due to product end-of-life (EOL), failures, or technology upgrades. The cost is not known at this time. A new PoE network switch was installed in the clubhouse in 2022. NOTE: For the sake of security, specifics about the network are not posted on the Wiki.
Sump Pump 2021 None 10 10 $300 The sump pump is a Foundation Systems of Michigan (FSM) Elite 365 AquaStop Sump Pump System (1/3 HP). Replacement after 10 years is anticipated.
Tempering Valve 2020 2021 8 6 $5,300 TBD The tempering valve is a Powers LFMM 433-13 (1-1/4" 110 GPM). This part number (as written in the plumbing invoice) needs to be confirmed; the -13 suffix doesn't seem to align with a real part number. Tempering valves are cited to last 5-8 years in general. The impact of seasonal use is TBD. As of 2021, the functionality of the tempering valve and its interaction with the hot water circulation pump has been problematic. Further effort may be required in 2022. The temperature/pressure gauge failed in 2021 and was replaced with a Watts WLFDPTG330200D. The material and labor cost in 2020 was about $5,300; replacement in 2028 adjusted for inflation.
UPS Batteries (Network) 2020 None 5 3 $60 $70 $80 $90 The network battery backup is an APC Smart-UPS SMC1500-2U. It uses four PS-1270 lead-acid batteries (the replacement cost for the Power Sonic brand is $13 each from a local distributor).
Water Heater 2007 2018 10 None $9,000 The water heater is confirmed to have been installed in 2007, both by the serial number and by the permit pulled noted in club history. The existing unit is a Lochinvar TNR200-100 (100 gallon) fully condensing water heater. The standard "rule of thumb" is to pre-emptively replace a water heater at the 10-year mark. However, the fact that the water heater is drained and dormant from about September to April should have some longevity benefit. Replacement is assumed to be necessary within the 5-10 year span (as of 2021), if not earlier. The replacement cost is a rough estimate based on the cost for an equivalent unit in 2021. Due to supply chain issues, prices are abnormally high, and it is difficult to predict where pricing may be in 5+ years.

Basketball and Tennis Courts

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Basketball Poles 2018 None TBD TBD Lifespan, replacement plans, and replacement cost are TBD.
Surface (Basketball) Unknown Unknown 5 None $38,000 There are essentially four options given the court conditions:
  1. Powerwash to clean. Fill cracks with acrylic crack filler, then resurface and paint for about $20,000. Based on just short of 900 ft of cracks at 2020 pricing. This is a very short-term solution; assume cracks will re-appear after a large day/night temperature swing (and especially after a freeze/thaw). For that reason, this repair is not recommended.
  2. The same as the prior option, plus fabric overlay crack repair (2-year guarantee) for about $33,000. This solution should last 4-5 years (after which cracks may re-appear). This may be the best solution for the near term. For this option, the sport coating contractor may be hired directly.
  3. Grind down 2 inches of the surface, then re-build for about $100,000 ($50,000 per court). For this option, hire a paving contractor; the sport coating is sub-contracted.
  4. Demolish entirely, add improved drainage, then re-build for about $150,000 ($75,000 per court). This is by far the most expensive, but the most effective solution depending upon the underlying issues (i.e. very wet grounds). For this option, hire a paving contractor; the sport coating is sub-contracted.

Given present budgets, it seems likely that option #2 is the best choice for the 5-10 year window. The lifespan of 5 years assumes repeated use of option #2.

Surface (Tennis) Unknown Unknown 5 None $42,000 There are essentially four options given the court conditions:
  1. Powerwash to clean. Fill cracks with acrylic crack filler, then resurface and paint per USTA standards for about $23,000. Based on just short of 1000 ft of cracks at 2020 pricing. This is a very short-term solution; assume cracks will re-appear after a large day/night temperature swing (and especially after a freeze/thaw). For that reason, this repair is not recommended.
  2. The same as the prior option, plus fabric overlay crack repair (2-year guarantee) for about $37,000. This solution should last 4-5 years (after which cracks may re-appear). This may be the best solution for the near term. For this option, the sport coating contractor may be hired directly.
  3. Grind down 2 inches of the surface, then re-build for about $100,000 ($50,000 per court). For this option, hire a paving contractor; the sport coating is sub-contracted.
  4. Demolish entirely, add improved drainage, then re-build for about $150,000 ($75,000 per court). This is by far the most expensive, but the most effective solution depending upon the underlying issues (i.e. very wet grounds). For this option, hire a paving contractor; the sport coating is sub-contracted.

Given present budgets, it seems likely that option #2 is the best choice for the 5-10 year window. The lifespan of 5 years assumes repeated use of option #2.

Tennis Nets 2022 None 10 10 $400 New Edwards 30LS "Wimbledon Nets" were purchased in late 2021 and installed in the spring of 2022.
Tennis Pole Hardware Unknown Unknown TBD TBD $150 The age of the existing poles is not known. In 2022, two new "53420-B EZ Tennis Post Replacement Reels" from "Tennis Court Supply" were installed.

Clubhouse

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Awning 1997 2020 TBD TBD It appears (but has not been confirmed) that the awning was installed in 1997. The fabric material is assumed to be Sunbrella, with a 10-year rated lifespan. However, 24 years later (as of 2021), it still looks good. The fabric was cleaned per manufacturer recommendations in 2020. No planned replacement until it is aesthetically necessary.
Breaker Panel (RLP-1) 2007 2020 TBD TBD The "upstairs" panel was added in 2007 presumably to support additional circuits (hand dryers, etc). No plans to replace in the 20-year window.
Changing Table 2020 None 20 18 The baby changing station is a Koala Kare KB200 (replacement cost is $210 based on average online pricing as of 2021). The lifespan is a guess and may be adjusted depending on observations of wear and tear in future years. There is no planned replacement within the 20-year window (as of 2021).
Chimney TBD TBD TBD None The chimney is most likely original to the 1966 structure. It is functionally obsolete; the only device producing combustion gases in the clubhouse is vented via PVC pipe. Unfortunately, the mortar appears to be failing. Tuckpointing is recommended in the near future. Alternatively, the chimney could potentially be removed.
Computer 2021 None 5 4 A regular refresh cycle for the front-desk computer is planned. The replacement cost is TBD (donated/retired business PCs preferred).
Drywall (Family Restroom Ceiling) 2020 None TBD TBD The family restroom ceiling was replaced in 2020 upon discovery that it was sagging several inches in the middle of the room.
Drywall (Lobby Ceiling) Unknown Unknown TBD TBD TBD Repairs were made to the drywall near the north end (to address sagging) during the 2022 lobby renovation. At this time, it was observed that repairs had previously been made near the "Fairway Farms" glass by the stairs.
Electrical 1966 2020 10 9 TBD TBD

Much of the wiring in the clubhouse is original to the 1966 installation. Fortunately, #12 AWG copper was run in rigid conduit throughout.

In 2020, the wiring was inspected and found to be in good condition. Nearly all receptacles, switches, and fixtures were replaced. All associated connections (screws, wire nuts) were removed, cleaned of oxidation, and re-terminated. Wiring in panels (RLP-1 and RLP-2) was cleaned up, and all branch-side lugs were torqued to spec.

The basement switchgear was inspected and deemed to be in good operating condition (no replacement planned).

Replacement of certain receptacles, switches and fixtures may be needed on a 10-year interval. The cost is TBD.

Exit Signs 2020 None 5 3 $80 $90 $100 $120 The lifespan of the exit signs (2) is largely determined by the ability of the internal rechargeable batteries to sustain 90 minutes of illumination upon power failure. This is an annual city inspection requirement. The battery pack may be replaceable. If not, off-brand exist signs with floodlights can be had for as little as $40 (or less) on Amazon.
Fans (Pedestal) 1995 None 50 23 There are two pedestal fans (2) in the clubhouse. One appears to be from 1995, the date of manufacture for the other is not known (TBD). The fans are anticipated to last beyond the 20 year view (as of 2021). Small repairs may be needed, cost TBD.
Fire Extinguisher 2016 2020 12 6 $70 $140 $80 $180 The clubhouse (lobby) fire extinguisher is an Advantage ADV-10, as of 2021, last serviced in May 2020 (per punch tag). Six-year maintenance ($38 in 2021 dollars) is assumed due in 2022 and 2034. Replacement ($90 in 2021 dollars) is due in 2028 and 2040. Annual servicing ($6 in 2021 dollars) is required. Prices are adjusted for inflation.
Floor TBD TBD TBD TBD Any rehabilitation or replacement of the floor in the clubhouse (main floor) is yet to be discussed. Installation date not known.
Gutters Unknown Unknown 20 None TBD Gutters are in disrepair (leaking) and should be replaced. The plan is for the 5-10 year window (as of 2021). Had quotes in 2020 - need to locate for reference.
Hand Dryers 2007 None 25 12 $400 The existing American Dryer (Global Dryer) model GX1 units were installed in 2007. Lifespan is a guess. The cost is for two replacement units in 2032 ($150/ea in 2021 prices). Labor is not included.
Lights (Vapor-Proof) 2020 None 16 14 TBD The fixtures are TOGGLED FV420PO-A423-40230 (includes 2 x 4000K 23 W 3,100 lumen bulbs). The replacement cost in 2021 is about $65 per fixture. TOGGLED rates the bulbs for 16 years (subject to vary based on exposure and usage). No replacement cost is given for 2036 as technology may dictate a very different solution at that point.
PA Amplifier 2020 None 20 18 $1,300 The amplifier's lifespan is based upon many factors; 20 years is an educated guess. The biggest enemies to its longevity are excessive heat, dirt infiltration, and condensation. Keeping the amplifier cool and clean is critical. Often amplifiers fail due to their power supply capacitors failing; these may or may not be replaceable (the unit may be serviceable). The cost is an estimate based upon the retail cost of the existing JBL CSMA 2120, plus inflation, in 2040.
Radios 2013 2021 10 2 $80 $95 $110 $120 There are six Motorola MH230R FRS/GMRS radios docked in the clubhouse, used for grounds-wide communication. Four radios were purchased in 2021 to match the existing two units on hand. New "old stock" KEBT-086-C batteries were installed in 2021. Three charging stations are used to trickle-charge the NiMH battery packs. Based on observations in 2021, these radios are used and abused quite hard; regular replacement is assumed. Assume a replacement cost of $80 for 2 radios per 5-year interval, adjusted for inflation.
Roof
2014 None 20 12 The assumption is that the clubhouse roof was replaced in 2014.
Steel Doors 1966 Unknown 30 None $7,000 $8,000 Propose replacing 2 restroom exterior doors (failing) and 3 interior restroom doors (men's and women's) 1-5 years. Propose replacing all others - 2 exterior doors and 2 interior doors in 10-15 years.
Showers TBD None TBD TBD
Soffit Unknown Unknown Unknown None The wooden soffit is in disrepair and in need of replacement with a low-maintenance product. The venting grate is failing and has allowed animal intrusion. The replacement should coincide with gutter (and possible fascia) replacement. No estimates have been made at this point.
Toilets TBD None TBD TBD The installation date of the toilets is not known. NOTE: Toilet valves are a separate topic.
Toilet Valves 1966 2021 5 5 $1,100 $1,300 $1,400 $1,600 Numerous toilet valves were replaced in 2021. Some additional refurbishment in 2022 (this is an annual need). Rebuild kits may work; replacement is suggested after numerous rebuilds.
UPS Batteries (Front Desk) 2020 None 5 3 $30 $30 $40 $40 The front desk battery backup is an APC Back-UPS XS 1500. It uses two PS-1270 lead-acid batteries (the replacement cost for the Power Sonic brand is $13 each from a local distributor).
Windows (Exterior) 1967 None N/A N/A The exterior windows appear to be original to the facility (except for the newer exterior window in the Snack Shack). No plans to replace.
Window Shutters Unknown Unknown

Grounds

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Fence (Property Line) Unknown Unknown TBD TBD
Patio Sets TBD TBD TBD TBD Discussion of replacement of the patio sets is pending.
Parking Lot 2000 2020 5 3 $14,400 $16,300 $18,500 $20,800 The asphalt parking lot was first installed in 2000. Maintenance is necessary every 5-7 years (largely subject to weather). Maintenance was known to have been performed in 2015 and 2020. Costs for 2025, 2030, 2035, and 2040 are based on the prior estimate (for 2020) with inflation.
Picnic Tables (Plastic) 2007 None 20 5 TBD TBD TBD TBD A spot check of a few tables suggests that the entire lot may have been purchased (or at least manufactured) in 2007. Some tables are starting to fail mechanically and have been temporarily repaired. Some of the painted metal parts are flaking/rusting. It likely makes the most sense to start purchasing a small number of tables to begin replacement of the worst units over time - unless there is a substantial benefit from a bulk order. The lifespan of 20 years is based upon current wear and tear. It seems possible that within 5 years (from 2022), the condition of some tables may be approaching "poor". To be determined.
Picnic Tables (Wooden) Unknown 2021 2021 Unknown $100 $110 $130 $150 Outright replacement of the wooden picnic tables (7 on the property as of 2021) is not anticipated. Instead, periodic wood/hardware replacement, along with stripping/painting should keep the tables in good working order. Predicting maintenance cost is difficult, given the volatile cost of lumber. Assume $100 every 5 years, adjusted for inflation. All tables were power-washed and painted in 2021.
Play Structure 2016 None 20 14 TBD TBD The present Miracle Recreation play structure (and swing sets) were installed in 2016. Miracle recommends playground updates every 8-10 years; playgrounds can last 10-20 or more years dependent upon weather and usage. An estimated replacement date of 20 years is given, though the equipment may last longer. Regular inspections must be performed. Assume some maintenance cost within 5-10 years (from 2021).
Privacy Fence 2021 None TBD TBD Installed in 2020, minor repairs in 2021.
Shed 1986 2021 TBD TBD The shed was installed in 1986. A new roof, siding (west side), and doors were installed in 2021.
Speakers 2020
Water Gate Valve 2021 None 40 39 The prior gate valve lasted about 40 years before showing issues; it is assumed that the new gate valve will have a similar lifespan. No planned maintenance or replacement prior to 2061.
WiFi APs 2020 None 5 4 $380 $420 $480 $540 The present APs were installed in 2020 and are fully supported as of 2021. An estimated life of 5 years is given, largely due to the likelihood that the product will go EOL by then. 2 of the 3 APs are mounted outdoors, and the 3rd exists in a non-climate controlled building (clubhouse). The APs are powered year-round to help drive off potential internal condensation. Still, exposure may reduce their lifespan. If the product is still supported after the 5-year mark (2025), and the units are functional, an evaluation of the performance vs. a replacement should be considered. The replacement cost in 2021 is $125/ea (3 units). A replacement cycle of 5 years is assumed (units may remain in service longer).
Volleyball Net 2021 None 5 5 $220 $250 $280 The decision to purchase a more durable volleyball net in 2021 appears to have been a good one; the net held up well for the whole season (versus cheaper nets that had to be replaced sometimes multiple times per season). A lifespan of 5 years is anticipated, as UV will eventually break down the vinyl. The existing net is a VolleyballUSA HD2. The replacement cost is $200, adjusted for inflation on a 5-year interval.

Large Pavilion

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Ceiling Fans 2020 None 10 9 $640 The ceiling fans (2) are Home Decorators Collection Windward 68-in units (Home Depot SKU #1004794977). The replacement cost as of 2021 is $249/ea (adjusted to $320/ea for 2030). An estimated lifespan of 10 years is predicted (assuming proper off-season storage per B&G standard procedure). An equivalent replacement should be as large as possible (i.e. 68-in diameter) and with integrated LED lighting.
Roof 2008 2021 20 13 TBD The roof is assumed to be original to pavilion construction in 2008. It was noted by a contractor performing repairs in 2021 that the shingles' spacing is incorrect. The repair was made to match the improper spacing.
Gas Grills 2012 2020 30 21 TBD TBD TBD TBD Lifespan is a guess. Installed in 2012. Grills were largely rebuilt/refurbished in 2020. Replacement parts should keep them going for the foreseeable future. Maintenance costs are TBD. NOTE: Additional maintenance is planned during the off-season between 2022 and 2023.

Men's Restroom

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Exhaust Fans (Small)
Exhaust Fan (Large)

Other

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Projector 2017 None 10 5 TBD The existing projector is a Viewsonic PJD555W (DLP 1280x800 WXGA, 20,000:1 contrast, 3,300 lumens). It is discontinued by the manufacturer (as of 2017). Lamp hours as of 2021 not know (lifespan is 5,000 hours). Replacement may be desired to purchase a higher-lumen model to allow utilization before dusk (low priority). A lifespan of 10 years has been assigned; it's assumed that by 2027, a replacement will be desired. Movie nights in 2022 were hosted using member-provided equipment.
Projector Screen TBD TBD TBD TBD This item is TBD. Two "old" projector screens were removed and discarded in 2022. A third (new-in-box) remains in the basement. Movie nights in 2022 were hosted using member-provided equipment.

Pool

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Anchors (Backstroke Flags) Unknown None 20 Unknown $250 There are four backstroke flag anchors in the pool deck. The two anchors at the east end of the pool have failed and need to be replaced. An estimated cost of $250 (2021 pricing) covers the cost of materials and tool rental (no labor cost). NOTE: All four anchors may be replaced due to possible improper placement with respect to the ends of the pool.
Anchors (Starting Block) 2018 None 20 18
Cover 2016 None TBD TBD Need to determine the expected lifetime. No replacement is planned in the 1-5 year term.
Diving Board 2020 None 10 8 $6,500 $8,300 The diving board installed in 2020 is a Duraflex 16' Modified Maxiflex Model "B". The replacement cost is estimated at $5,000 as of 2020. Replacement is recommended every 7-10 years, but may vary due to outdoor/seasonal use. Regular inspection is required to identify cracks or stress marks.
Drain Grates TBD TBD TBD TBD Drain grates have an expiration date. Likely to be replaced during the pool renovation (2022).
Guard Stand (West) TBD 2022 TBD TBD The west guard stand appears to be a Spectrum Aquatics Stimson Lifeguard Chair (57308). A rough estimate for replacement cost is about $6,400. The rotating base for the chair was replaced in 2022.
Guard Stand (North) 1990 Unknown TBD TBD It appears that the north guard stand, made by SR Smith, was installed in 1990. No further information is available at this time. No planned replacement or maintenance at this time (TBD).
Guard Umbrellas
Handrails
Ladders Unknown 2021 TBD TBD $400 $450 $510 $570 There are 5 4-step ladders in the pool. The original date of purchase is not known. Most of the ladders appear to be of SR Smith make, though at least one ladder is an "Aquatech". Replacement of whole ladders is not anticipated. Repairs (i.e., replacement steps/bolts) may be needed periodically. As of 2020, an SR Smith ladder step with bolts costs about $50. Anticipate replacement of two steps and two anchors (estimated at $250 in 2020) every five years.
Lane Markers Unknown Unknown TBD TBD A Competitor brand 4" 25-meter racing lane (marker) cost is about $430 as of 2021. There are 6 lanes in the pool (requiring 5 markers). The age and condition of the existing markers is TBD.
Marcite 1966 Unknown 10 None $100,000 $128,000 Pricing subject to further review; a budgetary estimate. The plan for 2022 replacement is being developed here. Assume some amount of marcite replacement is necessary every 10 years.
Safety Ropes 2022 None TBD TBD Two safety ropes (rope floats) are present in the pool:
  • Between the "kiddie pool" and main pool (11 ft)
  • Between the main pool and the diving well (27 ft)

Ropes were replaced with all-new parts for the 2022 season.

Slides 2007 2020 20 5 $10,200 The south slide is an SR Smith TurboTwister, the north slide is an SR Smith Typhoon. The replacement cost is $4,000 and $2,900 based on average 2021 online pricing. The installation date of the existing slides is unknown; a serial number suggesting 2008 appears on the Typhoon. Both slides show signs of deterioration (superficial cracking as of 2021) and are targeted for replacement within 5-10 years. Epoxy patching will be used in the meantime. The replacement cost is estimated for 2028 and includes $2,000 for labor. The listed lifespan is an estimate and based upon this target date.
Underwater Lights Unknown Unknown Varies None $6,600 $1,000 $1,000 $7,000 The proposal to retrofit pool lights is detailed here. $1,000 has been added to that cost to install new Aladdin rings during 2022. $2,000 covers potential repairs/replacements through 2036, $7,000 has been estimated to replace the LEDs (best guess lifespan is about 15 years).

Pool Deck

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Chairs Varies TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Some regular chairs are in need of repair/replacement. As of the manager's last accounting in 2021, of the 29 regular chairs, 9 are in need of repair. Numbers to be confirmed. A plan should be formed to begin staged replacement. Coordination with other area clubs may be cost beneficial.
Concrete 1967 2018 30 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Portions of the concrete pool deck presumably date back to the original installation in 1967. Multiple repairs and deck replacements have been made since then. As of 2021, the most recent work appears to have occurred in 1998, 2017 and 2018. Regular future maintenance is anticipated; the cost is TBD.
Fence 2014
Funbrella TBD 2022 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD A new crank mechanism from Anchor Industries (maker of the Funbrella) was purchased and installed in August 2022. The prior crank mechanism had "worn out" its friction plate. Further maintenance (hardware replacement) is planned for the structural portions. The original installation date of the Funbrella is not known.
Lounges Varies TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD A significant number of the lounge chairs are in need of repair/replacement. As of the manager's last accounting in 2021, of the 187 lounge chairs, 6 are not usable. A significant number of the others are worn and should be replaced in the near future. Numbers to be confirmed. A plan should be formed to begin staged replacement. Coordination with other area clubs may be cost beneficial.

Pump House

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Acid Pump 2017 Unknown 10 5 The acid pump is a Stenner 45M5. The replacement cost in 2021 is about $400.
Boiler 2004 2022 10 TBD $2,500 $25,000 It is difficult to say how long the pool heater should last. The plan (as of 2021) is to replace in 5-10 years. Multiple inspections and component replacements were made in 2020, 2021 and 2022. The heat exchanger was replaced around 2011 (the exact year is not known). It is expected that some burners may need to be replaced around 2025-2026 ($2,500 or less). Some references indicate that the pool heater may only last 10 years, but this is subject to several variables.
Breaker Panel (RLP-3) Unknown 2021 TBD TBD The date of installation of the breaker panel in the pump house is not known. No immediate plans are in place to replace it. It should be noted that it utilizes an aluminum bus bar, which is inherently incompatible with the corrosive environment in which it exists.
Chlorinator Pump 2013 2022 15 4 $300 $540 The chlorinator pump appears to be original to the chlorinator install (about 2013). The shaft seal was replaced in 2021 and again in 2022. The faceplate seal was replaced in 2022. Prior to that, the shaft seal (and faceplate) were replaced in 2018. The lifespan estimate has been bumped up to 13 years, though continued periodic maintenance of seals is expected. It is a bit difficult to judge how long it may last, as it operates at a relatively low duty cycle but is exposed to super-chlorinated water and vapors. The existing motor is a Hayward Century SP1515-Z-1-EFTC 1.5 HP pool pump. The estimated replacement cost is $300. Shaft seal replacement (parts and labor) costs about $100; the seals alone are significantly cheaper.
Exhaust Fan 2021 None 5 4 $180 $200 $220 The exhaust fan is a Dayton 10N201 (1/6 HP 1400 CFM). The thermostat circuit has been bypassed; the fan is intended to operate 24/7 when the pool is operating. The estimated useful life is based upon an assumption that the chemical vapors may cause premature failure. The fan may last significantly longer.
Filter Sand 2013 2021 10 1 TBD TBD The pool filter tank sand was last changed in 2013. For an outdoor pool, this generally should be done every 10 years (which can coincide with marcite replacement). The cost is pending. The sand was stirred in 2021 and 2022.
Fire Extinguisher 2017 None 10 5 $110 $330 $150 The pump house fire extinguisher an Amerex model 240, filled with water and anti-freeze to suppress chemical fires. Five-year maintenance ($100 in 2021) is due in 2026 and 2036 (installed in 2021). Replacement ($260 in 2021) is due in 2031 (10 years). Prices are adjusted for inflation.
Flow Meter (Bypass) 2021 None
Flow Meter (Output)
Garage Door 2020 None 30 28 A new Ideal Door brand 8 ft x 7 ft white insulated (R-Value 6.5) garage door was installed in 2020. Replacement is not anticipated until around 2050. The replacement cost (in 2021 dollars) is about $400, excluding the cost of additional materials (hardware, trim, etc).
GFCI Switches None 2020 10 8 $220 $290 The GFCI switches in the pump house (also referred to as "dead front GFCI outlets") are used for the pool lights, outdoor receptacles, and motor disconnects in the pump house. A total of 9 Legrand 2087WCC4 were installed from 2020-2021. This does not include 5 standard GFCI receptacles (tracked elsewhere). GFCIs are said to last 10 years - but these units may last a significantly shorter period due to the corrosive environment in which they are installed. These GFCI devices in particular MUST be regularly tested as they provide critical protection to pool occupants. The 2021 replacement cost for each is approximately $20 (may find for less in bulk or as a surplus buy).
Motor (Main Pump) 2016 None 10 4 $1,700 $2,200 The main pump motor is a 15 HP 230 VAC unit, as detailed here.
Pump (Main) 1995 Unknown 30 Unknown The installation date of the pump is not known; estimated to be from the mid-'90s based on word of mouth. The impeller and seals should be replaced every 20-40 years; it is likely due for maintenance soon.
Pump (Slide) 2020 None 10 8 $400 TBD The slide pump is a Grundfos Alpha1 15-55SF/LC (99287250) stainless steel circulation pump (1/16 HP). The replacement (an Alpha2 15-55SF/LC, 99163972) is about $315 in 2021 (may be cheaper on surplus). Circulation pumps are cited to last 10 years - but as always, subject to environment and use.
Piping (Post Pump) 2021
Piping (Pre Pump)
Piping (Surge Tank)
Pool Vacuum TBD TBD TBD TBD The pool vacuum is a Power Vac Corporation Model #PV2100. The date of manufacture and estimated lifespan are still TBD. The replacement cost is about $900 in 2021. Consider a PV2200 when replacement is due?
Pool Vacuum Battery TBD TBD TBD TBD
Probe (pH) 2022 2 2 $140 $160 $180 $200 Typically, the pH probes are rated to last a year. However, with proper maintenance, calibration and off-season storage, it's assumed they'll last 2-3 years. The cost of calibration reagent(s) is not included here, though should be considered with the chemical costs. A new probe was installed in 2022.
Probe (ORP) 2022 2 2 $220 $240 $280 $310 Typically, the ORP probes are rated to last a year. However, with proper maintenance, calibration and off-season storage, it's assumed they'll last 2-3 years. A new probe was installed in 2022.
Roof Unknown 2021 20 Unknown TBD The date of installation is not known. Repairs to the roof were made in 2021 to address a leak around the exhaust fan. The roofer noted that 3 layers are present - this may result in added labor/disposal cost. The roof is in serviceable condition for now (2021). Plan on replacement in 10 years.
Sump Pump 2021 None 10 9 $300
Surge Tank 1967 Unknown TBD None $36,800 As of 2021, the surge tank is overdue for an overhaul. The tank in its present state is "severely deteriorated", leaking, and lacking essential functionality presumably removed via low-budget modifications. The cost for a full overhaul is estimated at $36,800 and must be performed when the pool is empty.
Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) for Main Pump Motor 2022 None 10 10 $1,200 $1,500 The main pump motor VFD is a Yaskawa GA50U2042ABA and was installed in 2022. The lifespan is an estimate - and is subject to many variables. Exposure to chemical vapors (chlorine, acid) and excess heat will reduce the lifespan. Efforts have been made to limit exposure to both. NOTE: The VFD has been shown to reduce club energy use by about 20 % (savings of $200-$300 a month in 2022).

Snack Shack

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Air Conditioner (Heat Pump) 2022 None 12 12 TBD TBD TBD TBD The air conditioner (heat pump) is a single-zone, 18,000 BTU 230 V "mini-split" unit. The indoor unit is LG p/n LSN180HEV2, and the outdoor unit is LG p/n LSU180HEV2. Lifespan estimates place heat pumps at 10-15 years. The replacement cost is not known. NOTE: This unit was installed primarily to reduce the burden on the refrigeration units in the snack shack, which would often operate 24/7 during hot periods of the summer.
Drywall (Ceiling) 2019 None TBD TBD The snack shack ceiling was replaced in 2019 due to failure (collapse). There is no anticipated need to replace again at this time (at least not within the 20 year planning period).
Exhaust Fan 2020 None 15 13 TBD The exhaust fan is a Broan L700. Starting in 2022, its usefulness going forward will be greatly reduced due to the installation of the A/C unit.
Fire Extinguisher 2019 2021 12 9 $60 $140 $80 $190 Six-year maintenance ($38 in 2021 dollars) is due in 2025 and 2031. Replacement ($90 in 2021 dollars) is due in 2031. Annual servicing ($6 in 2021 dollars) is required. Prices adjusted for inflation.
Freezer (Ice Cream) 2012 None 20 10 $1,200 The "Blue Bunny Ice Cream" freezer is a model 46SLC-LH-MFB, built in 2012. The replacement cost is estimated to be $900 (an Avantco DFC16-HCL in 2021 dollars, adjusted for inflation in 2032). Past experience during a power outage suggests that these units are not particularly well insulated. A better replacement may be desired when the 20 year estimated lifespan (2032) arrives.
Freezer (Upright) 2014 2021 20 12 TBD $4,100 The existing model is a Supera F1R-1, DOM: 30-Mar-2014. Last checked out by a refrigeration contractor in 2021. The Supera brand is not well known/respected and may not last within the typical 15-20 year lifespan cited for commercial kitchen refrigeration units. Repair parts may not be available (Supera appears to be defunct). The estimated replacement cost is based upon an equivalent True unit.
Garbage Disposal TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD The installation date of the garbage disposal is not known at this time.
Microwave #1 2016 None 5 None $400 $500 The existing model is a Sunbeam SGB8901. This is a residential unit, and is over-stressed by high duty cycle use. The average residential microwave is said to last 7 years - the estimate has been reduced to 5 as an estimate per the part-time heavy use. The estimated replacement cost is based upon the purchase of a commercial microwave, better suited for the purpose.
Microwave #2 2017 None 5 None $400 $500 The existing model is a Samsung MS11K3000AS. This is a residential unit, and is over-stressed by high duty cycle use. The average residential microwave is said to last 7 years - the estimate has been reduced to 5 as an estimate per the part-time heavy use. The estimated replacement cost is based upon the purchase of a commercial microwave, better suited for the purpose.
Refrigerator 1997 2021 20 None $500 $500 $4,600 The existing model is a True T-23, DOM: 1-May-1997. Last checked out by a refrigeration contractor in 2021. Setting aside $500 in 1-5 years and $500 in 5-10 years for repairs, replacement with another a True unit in 10-15 (unit will be nearly 40 years old). No known issues with the existing unit other than it is 24 years old (as of 2021), exceeding the expected lifespan. That said - given the seasonal use, it may last longer. A True unit is highly repairable (as long as the fundamentals such as the cabinet are sound).

Women's Restroom

Item Life Cycle (Years) Estimated Future
Investment
Comment
Install
Year
Last
Rehab
Year
Typical
Useful
Estimated
Remaining
(2021)
1-5
Years
5-10
Years
10-15
Years
15-20
Years
Exhaust Fans (Small) Unknown N/A TBD TBD TBD There are two small exhaust fans in the women's restroom. The larger of the two (13" assumed) is missing, the smaller (9" assumed) is in place, but non-functional (motor seized). Replacement is recommended as soon as the budget permits (cost to be determined).
Exhaust Fan (Large) Unknown Unknown TBD TBD TBD The exhaust fan in the women's restroom is in poor condition. Replacement is recommended as soon as the budget permits (cost to be determined).