Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning

low rise building window cleaning in castle hill with waterfed poleAre you looking for a better solution when it comes to window cleaning services for your home or business?

Allow us to introduce you to the terms ‘water fed pole window cleaning‘ and ‘pure water‘.

Not sure what we’re talking about? Don’t worry – plenty of window cleaners still haven’t cottoned on to the benefits of the above, especially when it comes to strata window cleaning.

But, at Clean2Go, we’re not like other window cleaners. While you may see traditional operators trudging around with ladders and a bucket – or, for taller buildings, using scaffolding, cherry pickers or even abseiling equipment – we’re more interested in safe, quality, modern solutions for our residential and commercial clients.

What is water fed pole window cleaning?

Water fed pole cleaning utilises extension poles, enabling our cleaners to reach windows up to 70 feet high – even when their feet are firmly placed on the ground. The term ‘water fed’ comes from the fact that the poles are connected to a tap; the water is then purified and sent up the carbon fibre pole to a specially-designed cleaning brush for glass. The pole can be extended as necessary, meaning it’s as easy for our cleaners to reach the seventh storey of your offices as it is for us to do the window areas around your building’s entrance!

What is pure water?

Have you hired a window cleaner, only to notice that, after they’ve gone, the water they’ve used has left a residue on your windows, meaning they’re no longer clean? Sometimes they may even be dirtier than before. That’s one of the effects of using regular, unfiltered tap water, as many companies do.

Pure water is filtered in four stages to ensure that, once they’re cleaned, your window areas stay spotless for longer. The water we use is free from carbon sediment, dissolved solids and impurities and we test the purity of our water with a particle meter. Consider this: tap water in Sydney usually contains around 130 parts per million. Our pure water? 0 (that’s zero!)

Benefits of water fed pole window or signage cleaning

When you enlist in our water fed pole window cleaning or signage cleaning services, you can be sure of the following benefits:

• A cleaner, longer-lasting finish – for frames and panels, as well as glass and signage.
• Improved safety – because our cleaners no longer need to use ladders or scaffolding to reach the higher parts of your building.
• Cheaper and faster than alternative solutions
• Less disturbance for your staff and higher levels of privacy

Areas we cover

Based in the The Hills District of Sydney, New South Wales, our operatives are able to service any home or business in the north-western suburbs of Sydney, including Bella Vista and Norwest Business Park.

For commercial window cleaning, Norwest Business Park, which houses over 400 companies employing 25,000 people, is one of our most well-known areas of operation. If you’re looking at investing in a new window cleaning solution, or you simply want to know more about water fed pole window cleaning, please consult our dedicated contact section below.

Contact us today

Clean2Go is The Hills District’s local window cleaning specialist. We have been operating  for many years and are local, professional window cleaners. We are currently servicing businesses in Castle Hill, Baulkham Hills, West Pennant Hills, Glenhaven, Kellyville, Bella Vista (Norwest Business park) and Cherrybrook. Clean2Go is the best choice for window cleaning in The Hills District.

Want to try out water fed pole window cleaning? Keen to see the benefits of using pure water? If the answer to either of those two questions is ‘yes’, please get in touch with us today on 0405 260 261.

Our experienced, professional window cleaners are on hand today to ensure your property – whether residential or commercial – is squeaky clean!

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