Went to measure 30 minutes ago, took some pics as well.
Need an idea what you guys would price this clean at, btw I HATE CCU.
It’s scrapping the black / red paint off interior of both tops and bottoms section(s) of glass sheets.
There’s also 4 more in the middle section not shown, 2 sheets on each side on the door same size as those on the rt.
Counted these from LEFT to RIGHT
Sheet on far left, thin one 13" W x 63" H (5’ 3") Black
13" x 26" Red
2nd sheet to 12th are all the same dimensions 39" W x 63" H Tops (Red)
39" W x 26" H Bottom (Black)
Any feedback is appreciated, have not given bid yet.
Having not laid eyes and fingers on the glass, I am at a disadvantage…but I’ll give it a shot.
First, what kind of paint? Is it enamel, latex or some kind of film? Can you use a heat gun to soften it? Look in the corner to make sure it doesn’t say OldCastle, or stop right there. I would give my best guesstimate on how long it will take to do 1 plate complete, and include the 2 or 3 six inch razor blades that will be needed. Then convert that into a “per window” price.
If you can heat gun it, you should be able to get 2 1/2 plates an hour, and that includes masking the bottom frame and putting the thick brown paper, you can buy in rolls, down to catch the mess. It is a labor intensive job that won’t pay more than 30 to 50 per plate.
From the way the photos are casting it looks like vinyl on the bottom and you can use a heat gun… The top looks like window tint and if it is and you blade it be sure to keep it really wet. I would use soapy water.
as Bruce said … Have waivers signed.