Window cleaning companies and contractors must be equipped to properly clean and prepare all types of windows, even those with complicated features such as double or triple glazed glass. In addition, the window cleaning equipment they use should be powerful enough to reach those hard-to-reach areas effectively.
Window Cleaning Equipment for the Pros: Can the Average Joe Cut It?
Unless you have been living under a rock, the chances are that you have seen window cleaners working from a ladder and wearing harnesses (it is against the law to perform commercial window cleaning without wearing a harness – but that’s another story).
When it comes to professional window cleaning, ladders are not the norm. The tools to clean windows have come a long way since the days when they were mainly aluminum ladders with *gulp* suction pads on them. Ladders are dangerous, require storage space, and often cannot reach beyond the fourth floor. For this reason, professionals rely mostly on water-fed pole systems or boom lifts for their work.
For the average homeowner, this is excellent news as it would be very costly and time-consuming if you had to take time out of work for window cleaning appointments. The pros are also credible window cleaners because they have multiple years of experience under their belt. They know how to clean windows safely and effectively.
Window cleaners typically use several tools for their job. These tools include extension poles, safety gear, and the correct cleaning solutions.
Professional Window Cleaning Equipment for the Win
Professional window cleaning equipment can make windows appear brand new. But there are so many options available for professionals; how does one choose the best equipment?
If you are looking for window cleaning services, contact LA Prestige, and you will not be disappointed.