Window Cleaning includes cleaning windows, screens, and wiping down
tracks. We are very careful around your flowers and plants and
belongings. We leave everything how we found
it and are very careful not to drip water inside your house. We have
down to an art and will be in and out of your home quickly. Traditional Window Cleaning vs Waterfed Pole On Residential? I
bring this up because a lot of window cleaners prefer using Waterfed
Poles to clean Residential Windows these days and say its better than
traditional Window Cleaning. You may end up having to choose between the
Traditional window cleaning - means using Mops, squeegees, ladders and soap on ins and outs.The most common and well known way. Waterfed pole- Is
a long pole with a brush for scrubbing that uses pure water to rinse so
it dries spot free and clear. They do not use soap just pure water.
They are only used on outsides. Mops and Squeegees and Soap used insides. We use Traditional Window Cleaning Techniques for Residential
Window Cleaning jobs.Traditional Window Cleaning is harder and takes a
little longer than using a Waterfed Pole and you have to climb ladders
but it does a better job because you are face to face with the window.
You can also scrub it better and make sure it looks perfect when you
walk away from it. Windows
cleaned by Waterfed poles don't always dry clear and clean. Many window
cleaners don't stick around to make sure they look good after they dry.
They also don't have the scrubbing power you get using mops and
scrubbers.. They tend to leave tough to get off stuff on windows after
Waterfed poles are a great tool to have for windows that are to high
for ladders or windows that are to dangerous to do with a ladder.They
are also great for doing commercial work where there is a lot of high
windows. We like our Waterfed poles a lot and would love to use them for
speed and safety reasons on residential but the quality they provide is
just not up to our standards for residential. We just don't recommend
them for residential Window cleaning. Especially if your only getting
your windows cleaned one or two times a year.