Water fed pole

Water fed pole

You may notice your window cleaner using a Water Fed Pole to clean your windows. Below you will find more information about this method of cleaning.   What is a Water Fed Pole A WFP is a tool used to clean windows using purified water. Windows are scrubbed and rinsed with purified water using a specialised pole, then left to dry naturally.   Pure water Water from your tap has disolved solids in it, in some areas of the country more than 200PPM(Parts Per Million). The water used with Water Fed Pole systems is pure H20 with no disolved solids. Which unlike tap water will evaporate naturally leaving your glass gleaming.   Improving your service Your windows will be cleaned more thoughly by cleaning the glass, frames and sills. Using a WFP will also improve safety by reducing the risk of an accident, and potential damage to your property.   Safely reaching windows Today's modern properties present new challanges for window cleaners. From new surfaces which are not suitable for ladders, to...
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The Festive Holidays

The Festive Holidays

Festive Holiday Dates We will be closed for two weeks from the 23rd December 2019. We would like to thank you for your custom through 2019, and wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. The weather throughout December has been difficult, and we apologise to any of our customers, who we do not manage to get to before we close. Your property will be serviced as soon as possible on our return....
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The festive holidays

The festive holidays

Well the time of year is now drawing near for us to close down for a few weeks over the festive period. This is a great time of year for us to get some staff holidays out of the way, as the weather is seldom amenable with us. We will be running a little later than usual in January as a result, and want to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to our customers. I would also like to thank our new and long standing customers for there support through the year, and wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year!    ...
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