Why use high reach pole method?
Health and Safety
The system removes the necessity for ladders at every stage of the window cleaning process.
The system is operated from the ground without the need for access equipment meaning the system can be used virtually anywhere on any surface. The use of on board water tanks contained in the van mean the self-contained system does not need water or electricity.
The system is completely environmentally friendly using only water and no chemicals.
The system reduces the time necessary to conduct cleaning as well as ensuring higher standards and these savings are passed on to our customers.
The process of cleaning windows is far quicker and has less of an on-site presence. The works are conducted at ground level. The traditional method of a squeegee and applicator means that at ground level, your windows get the personal touch.
We provide window cleaning services to a large number of clients across the North West, Liverpool, and Cheshire.
We use a mixture of traditional window cleaning methods and water fed pole window cleaning techniques.
We use the Brodex window cleaning system. The system reduces the necessity for the use of ladders which reduces risk on your premises while conducting the cleaning process.
We have several systems loaded in vans of differing sizes allowing access to a wide variety of sites.
The system works on virtually all types of windows, facades, signage, fascias, cladding and other services up to the height of 65ft utilising the state of the art carbon fibre poles.
Our investment in our fleet of Van Mounted window cleaning systems allows us to provide the best possible service for our clients in a flexible responsive cleaning schedule.
If you’d like to talk to us face to face about our window cleaning service call into our office which is based at Hilbre Court Business Centre, Corporation Road, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 3NG or call us on Tel: 03300 249 121.
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