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UER Forum > Rookie Forum > What to do if all windows are boarded,no door access?? (Viewed 257 times)
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What to do if all windows are boarded,no door access??
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Only way possible(i see) is either bringing more people so you can climb on a persons shoulder, or rope/something long and sturdy to help you climb to a window/story.. Is it worth all the trouble/hassle?? Especially if the building is considered a historical landmark?? Is this when you throw in the towel or continue until the end of your existence??



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Re: What to do if all windows are boarded,no door access??
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someone on here will probably say grappling hook




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someone on here will probably say grappling hook


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Re: What to do if all windows are boarded,no door access??
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I would say check back occasionally and see if circumstances change.

If that's impossible, grappling gun or catapult.




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Yeah i was thinking something along the lines of a rope or hook. Its def a two/three person job. Starting to enter b/e jail time territory, not sure if its worth it.




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Honestly in that situation I usually just leave and check back every so often to see if anything changes, especially if I don't think it's cool enough to justify the effort and risk. I'll climb a rope for some locations, while others aren't worth going out of your way for.




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If the first floor is sealed, your only real options are up or down. Oftentimes second floor windows are left open if you can reach them, I've gotten into places by climbing adjacent trees and jumping in. Some places also have basements with window wells going down, and these can get overlooked by the boarding crew. Otherwise, typically sealed sites leave one door functional that's guarded with a padlock or deadbolt, so if you can whip out the lockpicks this is sometimes the easiest way to gain entry.

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Latex gloves and vaseline should do the trick




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No door is available. Everything is possibly sealed/boarded up. All bottom basement windows are gated or boarded. Only way in is an window area not boarded! Its about 5-7 feet yea high, only way is to use rope/ladder. Its in a busy shopping area in the back loading docks. Its doable, you just have to use good judgement and use time wisely.



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Latex gloves and vaseline should do the trick


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Have you considered the option offered by Home Depot?

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Please understand that most of the odd sounding ideas here are jokes.

To me, this place sounds like it's not worth it. Unless you know otherwise, a historic building with this much effort put into sealing it has probably been stripped of anything interesting.




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Latex gloves and vaseline should do the trick


I almost successfully forgot about that.




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Yeah its not worth it. Went back and security was around. Have a feeling that this place gets watched alot, not just by security but by store managers around the area. Did some more digging, found videos and more stories, not worth it. Its worth the climb and view but not the potential of going to jail lol.




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