Each year many reports are made of window cleaners incurring serious injury or even death due to falling from ladders. Thankfully, in recent years modern technology has provided window cleaners with the opportunity to avoid the dangers associated with working at height. Safer methods of cleaning have been developed involving the use of water fed poles. It is likely you have already seen other professional window cleaners using this system.

How it works:
Dirt on the windows is agitated with a soft bristled brush and then rinsed away with extremely pure water. This can be done from the safety of the ground by pumping the water up a long pole. You may find it surprising to see that the windows are left wet to dry naturally. Being pure, the water does not leave mineral deposits as it dries as normal tap water would. Instead windows are left sparkling clean with none of the streaks that occasionally even the best window cleaner with a squeegee may leave behind. The results are very impressive.

Why we decided to use it:
We are sure you agree that it makes good sense to avoid working at height if it is possible and practical to do so. Especially since the introduction of new health and safety regulations governing work at height, we felt that it was the right time to adopt these safer working practices.