Glass Window Washing – Week of 25th May 2020

Greetings Residents,

Exterior Window Glass Cleaning

Commencing Monday week, 25th May 2020, TownView will commence the cleaning all inaccessible glass windows and metal louvres.  Work will take most of the week to complete.

It is envisaged that the cleaning works will take approx. 3-4 days in total.

This wash will NOT include balcony sliding doors, however it will include balustrade glass (only on the exterior side of the glass), the glass interior – your balcony doors, balustrade glass and balcony area in general won’t be touched.  These areas will be done when the annual building wash is done at Christmas/New Year.

To carry out window glass and louvre cleaning efficiently, we will require the following from ALL residents for the duration of the work being carried out:

Any residents that do not leave their windows closed or louvres open will NOT have their windows cleaned for another 3-4 months.

Also, please remove any items from your balcony that could be affected by any overspray from water hosing from adjacent window washing. Alternatively move the items to the rear of the balcony and cover with a plastic sheet if at all possible if you are concerned.

Remember to close and lock all windows and if required lower any internal blinds or shut curtains for your privacy.

The contractor will endeavour to generate as little disruption as possible.

For those apartments that face the northern side of the building, if you do not have a louvre handle that allows you to open & close your louvres, one can be supplied for you – Please contact the Building Manager in relation to this should you require a louvre handle via reply to this email.  Scuff marks made at the last building wash in December 2019 will also be taken care of.

It is recommended that Managing Agents contact their tenants to ensure that these works go smoothly.  Notices have been emailed to all Residents and Managing Agents on file, placed in both lifts,– as well as placed up on our website ( ). 

Any questions, please ask.