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Old 04-26-2010, 09:26 AM   #1
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Looking for some setup ideas. A glass room with aluminum frame comes out about 14' from the wall with windows right above it to be painted. with it tyeing into one other wall. It all so has facial and other windows on the other wall. So I don't see how I can scaffolding it. An a lift will put me to high to get the bottom of the window area. Ya I know a photo is worth a million $$ web and me and photos don't get along.
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Old 04-26-2010, 01:40 PM   #2
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Have them or you hire someone to take the glass out & re-install it when you are finished. I do it with pool cages all the time.
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What kind of glass/room is it? You may be able to walk on it, depending on the design/type of the sunroom.
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aaron61 ya I was thinking about that today when I met the lift rental people there. (85' lift at this point for the reach)

y.painting I don't think I would risk it. Just light aluminum frame and thermo plane glass.
At one time is was one of the side entrance to the house. Kinda like a Florida room now but 4 seasons
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How wide is this glass room? If you can get pump jacks or scaffold on either side of the room you could use an aluminum scoffold plank, that I have seen in up to 24' lengths.

Hard to tell too much without pics. Just throwing out an idea.
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Brick walls on two side of the room. The short leg and the long legs of the room. So no way to scaffold it. I will most likey just do it all off the lift and stand on my head for the very bottom part of the window. Or drag out some climbing gear.
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Looking for some setup ideas. A glass room with aluminum frame comes out about 14' from the wall with windows right above it to be painted. with it tyeing into one other wall. It all so has facial and other windows on the other wall. So I don't see how I can scaffolding it. An a lift will put me to high to get the bottom of the window area. Ya I know a photo is worth a million $$ web and me and photos don't get along.
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Ya brushmonkey all most that bad. Except brick walls with trim on two sides above it.
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