At Malden Window Cleaning we use both the traditional method of window cleaning and the more modern Water Fed Pole System. To ensure the windows are cleaned to the best standard, we will use which of our tools is most suitable. Whilst, for the vast majority of windows we will use the Water Fed Pole, there are occasions where the traditional method of cleaning is best suited. The most common example is when we do inside window cleaning. This may seem obvious but we do get asked! We will also use the traditional method for windows that are in a covered area, such as a porch or under a canopy. Front door areas are always cleaned traditionally. The last thing we want is for our customers to walk in or out their front door into a puddle of water! And we do listen to our customers, so if a customer simply prefers a traditional clean on their property then wherever possible and safe to do so, we will do this. We can offer cleans on a 4, 6, 8 or 12 weekly schedule or simply as a one-off.
Initially, we may need to come and have a look at your property. We do this so we can check that windows are accessible to clean and that we can give you an accurate quote based on what you would like done. Of course, it also allows us to introduce ourselves and that often helps when you are making a decision on who you want working around your home or business.
Google maps is also a great tool these days and for some properties we may be able to take a look online and give you a quote. Although not all of our covered area is mapped!
We will always talk with you to discuss the quote so both ourselves and the customer is clear on what’s needed and what you can expect from us. If you are looking for Window Cleaning Companies in South Ascot please get in touch.
Traditional window cleaning involves the use of ladders to reach the windows. Using an applicator and squeegee, the windows are cleaned to our usual high standard. A microfibre cloth is then used to wipe any remaining water and a second cloth used to wipe down the window sills. Good maintenance of hand tools and fresh soapy water is key to a smear-free window.
It may seem a quite straight forward method but there is a skill involved in getting it right and being able to work efficiently through a days work.
Water fed pole systems use pure water (not tap water) to clean the windows. Pure water is achieved in 3 stages of filtration. The water is softened, then using reverse osmosis technology the impurities in the water are mostly washed away. Finally, deionised resin is used to polish the water to 99.9% pure before it goes on the glass. We clean the windows from the ground using a telescopic pole with a brush attached to aggravate the dirt and then rinse them clean and although the windows are left wet, the water will evaporate without leaving a mark. All framework and sills are cleaned in the process. We also produce our own pure water that is tested regularly.
Water fed pole is the safest form of window cleaning whilst allowing us to continue to keep up the high standards that our customers have come to expect. It can be used on most types of property and windows, domestic and commercial.
Added advantages and safety of using Water fed Poles:
• Easy access to windows above conservatories or tiled roofs – Eliminating any risk of damage to property.
• Feet on the ground – No chance of falling from height.
• Added privacy – Working from the ground, we won’t be up at the windows.
• Clean frames – All frames and sills cleaned regularly with every clean.
With either method, you can expect your windows to be cleaned to a high standard, and we offer a service that you can trust. We take pride in our work and whether we are working at your home or place of work cleaning windows, we aim to do so with a friendly face and efficient manner.
“Windows look fantastic! Thank you”.