Five ways to make your window cleaning more eco-friendly

More and more businesses are looking for ways to be more environmentally conscious in the workplace to do their bit in reducing the carbon footprint their company leaves behind.

When it comes to professional window cleaning, there are many ways that we can provide a service that is kinder to the environment without compromising the sparkling and long-lasting finish you expect.

With that being said, we are sharing five ways to make your window cleaning more eco-friendly.

Water fed pole cleaning

The very best professional window cleaners will have developed their methods to ensure they are providing a window cleaning service that is environmentally friendly, just like Clifton.

The use of a water fed pole ensures the job is done quickly and efficiently which as a result means less water consumption.

A decent water fed pole is a piece of equipment that offers longevity when looked after, unlike plastic squeegees that will have to be replaced frequently. 

Purified water

Purified water is fed through the water pole at speed. It doesn’t leave streaks or spots or have a harmful impact on your windows, and is a much more environmentally option compared to the standard heavy duty detergents that can not only cost a fortune but have a negative impact on the environment around them.

Clifton use purified water methods and continue to develop our methods using this option to ensure we offer the very best finish that is eco-friendly too.

Recruit local

You will find that there are a number of local window cleaners in your area, so contracting a window cleaner that is close to your business is a great way to not only support small businesses in your community but also will reduce the amount of fuel used and distance your window cleaner has to travel to complete your clean.

Clifton provide a nationwide service, however, our head office is based in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire which gives excellent access to Birmingham and the West Midlands.

Reduce detergent use

If you do prefer to clean your own windows, the very best way that you can make your window cleaning much more eco-friendly is to cut out chemical detergents that come in plastic spray bottles.

A great solution to avoid using shop bought detergents is by making your own window cleaning solution with diluted distilled white vinegar, despite it’s strong smell it’s a great hardworking solution that won’t break the bank and will leave you with an adequate finish.

If you are interested in finding out how Clifton Cleaning Services can help you become more environmentally conscious via our professional building maintenance and window cleaning services, get in touch today or get a quick quote from our friendly team.