Water Fed Pole (WFP) cleaning method which is outlined below.
As a progressive window cleaning company, Water Fed Pole system which is fast becoming the industry standard.
This system involves the use of telescopic poles WFP, which is achieved a de-ionisation process.
One of the advantages of pure water is it's capacity to absorb large amounts of dirt from your windows
due to it's inherent desire to return to it's natural impure state. This method also involves 'brushing' your windows,
which helps dislodge stubborn dirt. However, it also means that immediately after cleaning they will be left wet.
This is nothing to be concerned about as they will simply dry naturally leaving your windows cleaner and brighter.
Another benefit of using water fed poles is more privacy and less disturbance. No more seeing window cleaners at the bedroom window.
No more dents in your lawn, or the clatter of ladders against window frames. Of course we try to minimise this aspect if the customer
prefers traditional window cleaning but sometimes the `old fashioned method` makes it harder to keep noise to a minimum.
As your windows will be cleaned using a brush, it's easier to make sure your window frames are cleaned at the same time.
The water fed pole makes it easier to reach those windows that were previously inaccessible. For example, windows above
conservatories, conservatory roofs, and also third floor windows difficult to reach by ladder.
It's worth noting that after two or three visits the WFP cleaning process will dislodge and clean away all deposits from around the frames.
The result is an improved finish each time. Please note that this is unlikely to happen after the very first clean, so please be patient
if the initial visit is not absolutely perfect. Experience shows that two or three visits may be necessary to have the maximum effect.
As a professional window cleaning company we aim to provide our customers with a high level service.
Please feel free to phone us if you have any questions or concerns about the methods we use.
We will be happy to give you further information or advice about this new way of cleaning your windows.