Not all buildings are made primarily of brick and stone. Some buildings have a large amount of glass, whether it’s office windows or a full glass ceiling. But however the glass is used, one thing is certain: it needs care and attention to keep it in optimum condition.
High windows attract dust and dirt. But if any debris is left on the glass surface, it will eventually go on to cause permanent scratches and damage. Clean windows, including skylights, can also improve LUX lighting levels – one customer saw an improvement of 60%, meaning that lights could be turned off during daylight, saving them money on their energy bills.
Surveys show that natural lighting is the preferred choice, so keeping your windows clean – especially if you have a lot of glass – can improve working conditions and the atmosphere for staff and visitors alike.
However, commercial window cleaning doesn’t come without challenges. High access, road and path closures and cordons are often requirements for large-scale work and this is what sets us apart. Putting health and safety at the forefront of all commercial window cleaning jobs, we carry out full risk assessments and work with all affected bodies to keep staff, visitors and the public safe.
We have vast experience working with numerous local authorities to arrange road and footpath closures and only use industry-leading technology to achieve the best results in the smallest time frame possible, minimising disruption and downtime.