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It's quite likely that your window cleaner currently uses this method of cleaning your windows and has already explained to you the benefits of using pure water systems.

 

As with anything new the initial reaction is a mixed one. A minority of customers (and even some window cleaners) are a little dubious regarding this new method of cleaning.  However, the majority of window cleaners are now choosing to adopt this method of cleaning where possible for the following reasons:


1). Better Cleaning Results.  


You may be surprised to know that no chemicals or detergents are used or required. Dirt particles are agitated using a purpose made, soft bristled brush, and rinsed away using extremely pure water.

Windows cleaned using this method are left wet which is what seems strange to some.  If the windows have been cleaned correctly once the windows dry naturally, you will be no doubt be impressed with the results. The window frames will also be cleaned more thoroughly than using traditional methods. 

You may notice that the windows seem to stay cleaner for longer. This is because there is no sticky soap residue left on the window. Usually rainfall would mix with this soap residue and form little spots on the windows. After a little while using this method, all traces of the soap residue will be rinsed away. The rain will have no soap residue to mix with and therefore they will likely appear to remain cleaner for longer.


2). Health and Safety Legislation 


Legislation now limits the use of ladders as temporary workstations. The law states that ladders should only be used when all viable safer alternatives have been considered. Water fed pole systems are seen as a safer alternative. This window cleaning method allows cleaners to do the job to a very high standard and can therefore substitute the use of ladders. Accidents do happen and if falling from height can be avoided then it makes good sense.


The use of water fed poles as an alternative to ladders where possible to do so, is now seen as the accepted way of cleaning windows in harmony with recent health and safety legislation.


3). Reduced disturbance.  


Water fed poles are less invasive than ladders and cause less disturbance and potential damage. (Eg. Reduced noise, no dents in your lawn, less likely to damage window sills etc.) Also, the time it takes to clean the windows is likely to be less than with traditional methods.


4). Increased privacy.


Something many householders appreciate is that by using water fed poles instead of ladders, there is no more need to worry about the window cleaner suddenly appearing at the bedroom window. No more running around tidying up or rushing to shut the curtains!


5.) Improved access.  


Window cleaners can now reach with ease previously inaccessible aspects of your property such as third floor windows, conservatory roofs, windows above the conservatory or sloping roofs and other windows that previously had to be left for safety reasons.


6.) Added services. 

The cleaning of many more external features of your property is made easier using water fed poles. Frames, UPVC, panelling and cladding, canopies, guttering, fascias, garage doors etc. Ask your window cleaner if he provides these services.

 

 

In summary, give water fed poles a chance. If the operator is competent then you will no doubt be impressed with the results.

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