Traditional Window Cleaning
Professional window cleaning requires mastery of special techniques using tools, most notably a squeege the use of proper window cleaning tools and utensils results in a better cleaning compared to home methods, such as rubbing windows with newspaper or a wet rag, using common household window cleaners such as Windex
Depending on the type of window cleaning, different equipment is used. The most common tools are a microfibre cloth on a T handle and a squeege. The microfiber is used to wash the window and the squeegee is used to run the water off.
All our operatives are fully trained in standard traditional methods and when entering your home to clean the internal windows the upmost care is taken, side buckets are used to keep their tools in, overshoes are worn and dropsheets are used to cover carpets and flooring.
Active operatives regularly apply conventional methods of cleaning such as the use of ladders with the traditional bucket and squeegee.
By using our specially designed A-Framed Ladders we are able to access and clean windows to heights in excess of 35 feet (3 floors) from ground level.
Because of the non marking top, we can position our ladders safety to almost any surface, at any angle, without damaging or marking the surface or facade.
All staff are highly trained and experienced in the use of ladders and have undergone safety courses.
You can be assured that a safe method is being implemented at all times.