The big spring clean season is coming, and Spring is the perfect time to refresh and rejuvenate your business and commercial premises. After a long winter there is nothing better than dusting off the cobwebs, checking for weather worn exteriors and getting your windows and gutters professionally cleaned.
Window cleaning is something that we consider to be a skilled trade, so it’s not hard for us to understand why people make so many mistakes so often. There is technique to the craft and a reason why your professional window cleaners finish will be ten times better than a quick job by somebody else. In this post we will be exploring the five most common window cleaning mistakes.
Traditional window cleaning usually entails a ladder, a squeegee and a cloth to get the job done, but over time our methods have developed for best practice and optimum results. The traditional way took a lot of effort and time that was wasted up and down the ladders constantly, and can cause a lot of physical strain, and then along came the water fed pole system.
Other than the squeegee, a professional window cleaners ladder is his most useful and necessary tool. It seems like it’s pretty easy to climb up a ladder and wash a window, however if you are a window cleaner by trade, you will know that when it comes to ladders it is certainly not one size fits all. In this post we will be looking at the different types of ladders professional window cleaners will need to get the job done efficiently and to the best of their ability.
It’s that time of year again and Winter is coming thick and fast. For window cleaners, winter can be tough especially with the high chances of frozen pipes, tanks, and of course, windows. It can be a really difficult time to be out cleaning glass, but we’re here to share our expert tips on how you can keep your windows in check this winter, so that you can concentrate on running your business.
More and more business have exterior cladding on their premises, and looking after it may be more important than you originally thought. Cladding is likely to be made from aluminium, steel, re-constituted stone, or plastic, and can provide a good quality and easily maintained finish to buildings. Unfortunately, none of the materials listed are weather resistant, which is why you will inevitably find that without regular maintenance and cleaning. Cladding can become stained, dirty and covered in moss, damp or algae.