Waterfront windows


#1


Saw these windows the other day. How would you access these? #wildfiresmoke :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:


#2

WFP from a Paddle board :flushed:


#3

Since they look like double hung, I would likely try from inside before attempting from the outside.


#4

I had a restaurant on the water that we did from a boat. Not the easiest but it worked. Hopefully those are tilt in windows


#5

Unger just Introduced the new " Squeegee Drone " ! That’s what I would invest in if I had this job.


#6

snap i thought you was joking till i googled it.

looks interesting but impractical. i dont see how they’ll be able too actually make it work.

seems like craftsmanship will def suffer and thats a lot of trips back too van to wet a window


#7

that does not sound like fun.

we recently cleaned a 4 story with 20mph winds (highly advised against it) but they had an inspection and called it in as a rush. plus it was over 115 degrees. i almost passed out from the heat and extra exertion. i couldn’t imagin working from a small boat lol


#8

If the water is no more than waist deep then WFP, or ladder with large footers if need be. Otherwise if they tilt in then clean from the inside; next option is a sturdy platform of a boat.


#9

Thanks for the great ideas! I’m going to hope they are accessible from the inside!


#10

Had to do this last summer to get 2 windows- like was mentioned- “hopefully” the water isn’t too deep and warm!


#11

@Traskrider ha! That’s awesome!


#12

at least you dont need too find a restroom to go pee!


#13

you need a hat amigo! you’re gonna burn that noggin. my stepdad is anglo and ended up w/ skin cancer


#14

@WDW @squeegeemike can you provide a link to this? Gotta check out such a thing!