Window cleaning

We can cater for all of your window cleaning needs using either traditional methods or the latest in water-fed pole systems. 

 

For those of you who are unfamiliar with water fed pole systems, the process basically allows the operatives to remain at ground level while using a telescopic pole system through which purified water is pumped.   The water is delivered onto the glass via a specialist brush head and agitated and rinsed off.  The purified water is neutrally charged and so the dust and dirt particles on the glass (which are either negatively or positively charged cations) are rapidly absorbed by the water particles and removed from the glass surface.

 

We have pole systems that can reach over 40 feet in height, approximately 4-5 storeys.  As a result this method is favoured by many commercial clients, not only as a safer work method that meets stringent health and safety directives and regulations (WAHR 2005, amended 2008) but also as a more economical alternative to high access equipment that are expensive to hire.

 

We currently have contracts with:

 

  • primary schools
  • high schools/ colleges
  • hotels
  • housing associations
  • care / rest homes
  • retail / commercial premises
  • public houses
  • restaurants
  • facilities management companies

 

  

 

 

Pole systems are also a favourite with many domestic property owners who appreciate the privacy that the method provides (nobody suddenly appearing at an upstairs window!).  The fact that the window frames are often cleaned in conjunction with the cills and that hard to reach windows such as those above conservatories and dormer style windows on bugalows and 3 storey townhouses are easily cleaned also helps in making the pole system a favoured method.

 

 

The pole system is also an ideal method for cleaning conservatory roofs and glass canopies/ awnings on commercial premises.

 

For those that prefer the traditional method of ladders and squeegies for upper floor windows, we are happy to oblige where it is safe and appropriate to use such a method. 

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