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JimMac

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Hi Guys I have been asked to clean all the glass on ground floor and first floor outside only. also clean fiber-glass canopy which should be white but with age and our nice weather has turned yellow'ish

 

canopy at the front entrance

18x3=54 square metres

 

Canopy to rear of school 43x4=172 square metre

 

Pic 432 have the same windows on the other side

pic 433 just the windows ground and first floor

Pic 434 big window in the corner

Pic 436 All windows top and bottom and canopy

Pic 441 all windows ground and first floor plus canopy area

Pic 440 all windows front

 

Freq Yearly on windows and canopy, good bit of glass there.

 

Thank you for your help as always

 

Jim

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Rough guesstimate...

 

The big canopy side there are 144 panes of glass? Haven't counted the rest of the windows..

 

That canopy is huge...

 

It's a yearly clean!!!

 

So yes approx £600+

 

I'm not desperate to bust my chops.. I have 2 young boys and it ain't cheap to send them to school.. And it's not cheap to clean schools windows!!

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Thanks for the feed back guys,

 

Papa smurf you always have to chuck in a curve ball in, hear what your saying tho. the flat roof that I would use for the canopy at the front has a safety rail attached so OK there.

 

Put in a quote of 226 metre square canopy Cost £336.00

Windows 384 individual pains of glass Cost 350.00

 

it's out of my hands now

 

Just wondering how much pure water i would use on those as they have not been cleaned for a year.

 

Jim

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On thoses sort of jobs is when a system that can produce at good flow rate of pure on demand onsite would come into there own..

 

Have you tried you trailer setup to see if it's anygood used like that?

 

Good luck with the quote :Image9:

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Yep gives me a good flow of pure water when under pressure from main supply but even a better flow from the waste, lol but have been using waste water for driveway cleaning when they come in or gutter cleaning and as the school is not worried about water I think I will have that running as long as I'm there.

 

 

 

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So thats sorted then...

 

Speaking of pressure washing how are you going to clean those conopies and what access equipment will you be using?

 

Mind you going by the pics the cladding at the top of the buildings could do with a clean too :Image13:

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Because the canopy is fiber glass was going to use a mild detergent then pressure wash using a 7.2 m extension lance on either a aluminium mini tower or ladders with ladder standoff microlite on top.

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