Very sadly, window washing has continued to be delayed. Throughout most of the month it has been wind, but most recently it is the excessive cold.
Work has been underway when they’ve been able. So in case you have not yet had yours done, it is likely they will be by once weather conditions allow.
Window washing is indeed underway despite the dramatic wind event earlier this week. They have been working along the lakeside/East exposure of the tower, and will work around the rest of the building over the coming week, as weather permits.
Our window washing team has now scheduled to begin on Monday December 4th.
REMINDER – We ask the window washers to begin with the ’01 tier corner and work their way around the building counterclockwise, ending at the ’11 tier corner and South side facing exposure of the building. However, conditions on the ground and in the air (such as wind speed and direction) may force them to work a particular exposure rather than another. On and after December 4th, when you see the ropes drop outside your window, please be ready for workers to pass by.
See below for more!
Due to the excessive wind and otherwise adverse weather conditions, window washing has been delayed indefinitely. Once we have a new date, we will update this post.
Once we have confirmation, notices will also be posted on the bulletin boards in the common areas.
Due to weather conditions this week as well as some additional testing of the new roof anchorage system, conducted by the engineering firm certifying the equipment, window washing has been pushed to the week of November 27th.
FROM THE ORIGINAL POST –
WE KNOW, and understand!! It’s been awhile, but now that the roof project is wrapping up, and the new OSHA compliant anchorage system is in place, we are able to get your windows cleaned just in time for holiday season! We are just as happy as our residents to get your view back to normal.
Obviously, work like this is highly weather sensitive. Excessive wind and precipitation could delay or stop their work. Barring high winds or rainy conditions, they will begin on Monday the 20th and continue daily until finished. In perfect conditions they could be finished by Monday December 4th. However, as we know, weather tends to get in the way. Should there be a delay we will provide updates. Should they get underway and be delayed by weather, when they return to the job they generally pick up where they left off.
We ask the window washers to begin with the ’01 tier corner and work their way around the building counterclockwise, ending at the ’11 tier corner and South side facing exposure of the building. However, conditions on the ground and in the air (such as wind speed and direction) may force them to work a particular exposure rather than another.
So on and after November 27th, when you see the ropes being dropped outside your unit, expect that weather permitting they will be making it down to clean your windows.
If you have any questions or concerns, please Send Us An E-mail.