Windess Window Cleaning is a fully insured, family run business. I’ve been cleaning windows in the Weymouth area since 1995 with a friendly & reliable service.
I’m using the latest reach & wash equipment from a 650 litre truck-mounted water-fed pole system, cleaning residential & commercial properties on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. Specialising in flat management, shop fronts and contract cleaning.
The Water-fed Pole Explained
Window cleaning technique’s have charged dramatically over the years. From a shammy leather, soapy water, squeegee, ladders & most recently to the use of pure water & telescopic poles.
This newest innovation known in the trade as water fed pole utilises 100% pure water. Pure water consists of just two elements, Hydrogen & Oxygen. Hence the name H2O. Tap water or clean water contains many more element & contaminates including Manganese, Chlorine, Fluorine compounds, Aluminium, Copper & Trihalomethane’s (THM’s) to name just a few. It’s these extra elements & minerals in tap water that leave smears & spots on your car windows when you wash it with a hose pipe direct from the mains water supply!
In order to remove all these contaminates from tap water and achieve Pure Water that can be used for cleaning windows, the water needs to be filtered & treated first.
For window cleaning this treatment typically includes a number of steps, the main two stages being Reverse Osmosis & Ion-Exchange resin. These treatment techniques remove All dissolved solids from tap water leaving only Pure Water.
Dirt particles are agitated using a purpose made, soft bristled brush, and rinsed away using extremely pure water.
You may be surprised to know that no chemicals or detergents are required. You should also expect to see the windows cleaned using this method left wet. Don’t worry, this is normal. It may be a little disconcerting at first, since this is not what you may have seen in the past, but please be assured that the windows will dry naturally, and once dry you will be no doubt impressed with the results.
This window cleaning method allows me to do the job to a very high standard and I feel it is a sensible decision to choose to work from the safety of the ground. After all, no matter how careful you are, unfortunately accidents do happen. The use of water fed poles as an alternative to ladders where possible to do so, is now seen as the accepted way of cleaning windows in harmony with recent health and safety legislation.