Winter is here, it’s cold, dark and wet outside, whilst most of us stick to staying inside, window cleaners spend all of Winter outside.
We have been working as professional, commercial window cleaners for many years and we have seen many Winters here at Clifton. We have some top tips for handling the cold weather as a window cleaner.
Take Good Care Of Your Equipment…
When water freezes to ice, it expands and as a consequence, it can crack or break anything a window cleaner has filled with water. Keeping an eye on expected freezing temperatures is essential for preparing your equipment for the event of freezing and avoiding damage.
Prevention is the best cure so bring any wet gear into the warmth of your house or some other place that is protected from the cold. If you have a trolley system or backpack in a van left outside then bring those in too.