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Old 29.10.2020, 13:43
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Re: Hauswart closing communal laundry room

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Have you checked to see if installing a washing machine in your own flat is possible?

Obviously this would need to be out of your own pocket, but if your landlord would allow you to do so it would be IMO worth the expense.

Alternatively, as TheComic says, you should consider moving if possible. Laundry room wars tend to go on and on and on.
WTF guys... recommending to move over a washing room disagreement? What a hilarious overreaction. Spending money on a washing machine and plumbing is also excessive unless as a last resort when all else has failed.

This situation can very likely be sorted out with some firm but fair discussion with the letting agency and the hauswart, maybe even involving. No-one should be blocking access to a wash room during regular hours. Fact.
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