Water Fed Pole

As professional window cleaners, we are often questioned about the Water Fed Pole cleaning system. It tends to be that these clients are cautious about the system and want to know more about its cleaning results.

The likelihood is that if someone is worried about this cleaning method that they have had a bad experience in the past. We assure our clients that this is likely because they are inexperienced or do not know how to best use the system.

A poor quality clean is not acceptable. Unfortunately we have heard about companies that make the assumption that this cleaning method is simple and straightforward. They assume by purchasing the equipment that the cleaning process is then managed by a quick brush. This could not be further from the truth.

Window cleaning requires skill, experience and understanding of how best to approach any job. Appreciation of these factors will likely lead to a superior clean.

Things to watch out for are:

Use of the correct brush: there are different brushes available for water fed pole cleaning. This is mainly because of differing bristle material or brush sizes. Cheaper or substandard brushes are available and these, if used, can lead to glass damage or insufficient cleaning.

Dirt from window seals: this is an occasional issue for window cleaners as purified water can get trapped in window seals. The purified water attracts dirt and if it begins to run down the glass it can look unsightly. This is only because ingrained dirt is being dislodged. Once your windows have been cleaned with this system regularly it will not happen again.

Here is some more information about water fed pole window cleaning:

  • The provision cleans up to 64 feet (6 floors)
  • This service cleans windows, glass roofs, signs, atria, paneling, skylights, canopies and facades with ease
  • It cleans frames at the same time as the glass at no extra cost
  • Eliminates the use of ladders
  • Eliminates the need for expensive and pottentially hazardous high access equipment
  • Operators work from the safety of the ground (100% safe)
  • Reaches previously inaccessible windows with ease
  • Easily reaches windows over obstructions such as cars, lawns or flower beds
  • Environmentally friendly as no chemicals are used
  • Maintains privacy with reduced disturbances