Window Cleaning

Every day we provide different clients with our window cleaning services. Among our clients are:

  • (Construction) companies
  • Owners Associations (Dutch VvE)
  • Municipalities
  • Government institutions
  • Healthcare institutions
  • Educational institutions
  • Property managers
  • Public Housing Associations
  • Private individuals
  • Hotel and Catering Industry

Why clean windows?

  • Clean windows generate a bigger light input. This is of great influence on good health and well-being.
  • Preservation of the windows and frames.

Which windows do we clean?

  • We clean windows on both the inside and outside.

What kind of techniques do we use?

  • We do the traditional hand washing with ladder, bucket, sponge, chamois and squeegees. To reach higher heights we use an elevated work platform / lift.
  • Tucker Pole / Telewash system is also called telescopic cleaning. This system can be used for heights up to 22 meters (measured from the ground up). We use handles made out of carbon. This material is known for its enormous strength, but it's also very lightweight which makes it easy to handle. On top of the extendable handle is a soft washing brush which ensures that everything is properly washed without damaging the surface. The bottom of the handle is connected to a long (approximately 120 m) wear resistant hose through which osmosis water in its purest form is pumped with an adjustable pressure up to 10 bars. This ensures that the coarse and caked dirt is washed off in no time. The result is a clean surface. * The hose is connected to water tanks in our trucks / trailers. The tanks are provided with sufficient osmosis water (1000-1200 liters) to work the whole day. Osmosis Water is also known as demineralized water. This is plain tap water, which has been removed (through our own demineralization plant) from all impurities, such as calcium and minerals. It increases the dirt dissolving power of the water and causes it to dry rapidly in all weather conditions-even in direct sunlight- without any streaks or smudges. Moreover, no detergents are added to the water. This means no damage to your property. This system was designed many years ago with regard to the increasingly stringent health and safety legislation, which dictates that it is no longer possible to work with a ladder on irresponsible heights. But the system is also designed to be used for many different applications, which are not often considered. For most situations, this system provides an optimum and simple solution with an excellent result. See examples below:
  1. 1. Lightboxes; billboards
  2. 2. Green facades
  3. 3. Awnings, solar panels (maintenance ensures more yield!) and shutters
  4. 4. It can be used above garden plants, fountains, glass roofs (for example atrium roofs, sun lounges and promenades)
  5. 5. Domes

How often should you clean windows?

  • On average, once every four weeks. This is the most common frequency, because in most areas the contamination is so strong that the utmost limit really is four weeks. Maintenance of windows and frames are after all of immense importance. Frequencies other than once every four weeks vary enormously. There are cases that a few times a week is advisable (showrooms and stores), but also once every eight weeks is among the possibilities. This is where we can advise you.

* When using the Tucker Pole / Telewash system for the first time, the results will often be between 70-80%. After the first time, it will rise towards 100%. This has to do with the fact that osmosis water has a great dirt dissolving power which will often loosen more dirt than it had appeared on first glance. You could think of the dirt in and around gaps that is loosened by the use of the huge quantities of water, which will ultimately be also beneficial for your window frames.

Click here for our photo album and see the many real time examples.