The government has finally given us a clearer idea of when we can expect to return to normal life, which means the reopening of business, including offices going back to work for the first time in almost a year. Clifton Cleaning has been helping businesses maintain their commercial premises over lockdown, and we are now offering our services to help you bounce back when business reopens in the weeks and months ahead.
As the UK has been plunged into the third and hopefully, the final, lockdown it has many left wondering whether they are still permitted to go to work, or if they should be furloughed/working from home. For commercial window cleaners, obviously, working from home is not an option, so where does this leave the window cleaning industry during the lockdown?
When it comes to commercial window cleaning, it takes a bit more than just a bucket and sponge to get the job done right. There are many ways to reach the heights of tall buildings and get into those hard to reach places that can’t be cleaned without specialist equipment. We’re looking at a few of the techniques and equipment in which commercial window cleaners use to get the job done.
Autumn is here, and winter is creeping up, both seasons can have adverse effects on the exterior of your commercial premises if you don’t take care of it properly. There are many things you will need to attend to and check over during these months when the weather can deteriorate cosmetics and exterior functionality rapidly.
Recently, the Federation of Window Cleaners has come out to comment on the Coronavirus pandemic, and spoken specifically about how window cleaners can help with the fight against the virus. They believe that thousands of commercial window cleaning companies have the facilities and equipment needed to disinfect and protect public areas all over the UK.
When it comes to health and safety it is something you may overlook in your job on a daily basis, but when working in a risk filled industry like commercial window cleaning, it is very important to make sure health and safety is prioritised at all times. Window cleaner repetitive strain injury is something that is very common amongst busy and hard working window cleaners, and is something that shouldn’t be ignored should you experience symptoms of it.