Window Cleaning Methods

LaddersFree are able to adopt a range of different window cleaning methods to suit the job in hand. The method is determined by what our customers want, the height of the building and the accessibility to the windows. Our customer retention over the last twelve years shows that our clients are happy regardless of whether we clean windows using conventional methods, water-fed poles, from a mobile elevated platform or by rope access. As building owners or someone responsible for overseeing window cleaning at your business you have a legal requirement to ensure that you make adequate enquires regarding your contractors’ safe working practices, and we have made it easy for you to do so.

Comply with Regulations. LaddersFree have Safe Contractor accreditation and are CHAS (Contractor’s Health and Safety Assessment) registered. Our teams are fully versed with HSE regulations regarding working at height.

Highly Trained and Qualified. Our operatives have been trained and are experienced in the methods that they use.

Public Liability Insurance. Not just a standard insurance policy but LaddersFree have the adequate insurance in place to carry out window cleaning using any method.

Traditional Window Cleaning. Even in this modern world, sometimes the oldest methods are the best. This can be the most cost effective solution for retail windows especially as we can clean both the inside and outside surfaces of the window using the same method. We also clean the window sills, frames and other features giving our customers a complete service. Read More

Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning. This is a modern solution we use to clean windows up to approximately 80 feet high. It is the preferred method for many kinds of retail and commercial premises. A telescopic pole is fitted with a brush and water jets. Pure water is then fed up the pole and sprayed onto the window while the brush is used to remove the dirt. Pure water is an effective window cleaning method and leaves your windows perfectly clean and spotless. Read More

Mobile Elevated Platforms. When we need to get higher than we can with ladders and water fed poles, or when using ladders would be too dangerous, often the safest and most cost effective alternative is to use a mobile elevated platform. This consists of a mechanical lifting system that is controlled by the operatives who are safely enclosed in its cradle. With these we can reach heights of up to 60 metres. Read More

Rope Access. Also known as abseil window cleaning, our highly skilled rope access window cleaners are able to clean windows that would otherwise require costly scaffolding to reach. Exciting to watch, our versatile rope access cleaners are always connected to at least two ropes that are individually anchored. They are able to almost effortlessly ascend and descend; switching from rope to rope as they traverse your building. Read More

Whatever kind of commercial window cleaning job we undertake, we always carry out a detailed assessment to determine the best and most appropriate method to use. No job is too big or too small, so for a free quotation call 0800 118 2830.

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