If there is one thing that people don’t release it has got to be the dangers associated with exterior window cleaning! After all, climbing to such heights on a daily basis doesn’t come without its risks! Since we offer a commercial window cleaning service here at Parkside we want to ensure that anybody tempted to take the DIY route understands the risks for everyday professional, never mind the inexperienced homeowner…
Heights and Falling
Window cleaning can range from a one floor bungalow to a 6-storey office building and this means that those associated with the industry must work with heights on a daily basis. If there is one danger that is immediately recognised when it comes to heights, it is the risk of falling. After all, it only takes a split second for a window cleaner to lose their footing and if the professionals are provided with intense training on how to stay safe, the average DIY window cleaner is more likely to be involved in a fatal fall.
Old fashioned and traditional window cleaning uses suspension ropes and ladders in order to reach the windows at the very top of high rise buildings and this is a lot of trust to put into everyday objects. In fact, an unsecured rope or unstable ladder can be contributing factor to the falls of many window cleaners around the UK. Using an average ladder can be dangerous alone however the ladders designed for window cleaning reach very high but are often too unstable for long periods of time which is why it is best left to the professionals.
Here at Parkside Cleaning Service, we want to promote safety at all times which is why our commercial window cleaning service uses the latest water-fed pole technology in order to provide a high-quality service that keeps our professionals away from the ladders and safe on the ground. We never use any chemicals on your windows and make a point to follow the latest health and safety guidelines very closely. To find out more information, get in contact with the best cleaners Manchester has to offer today!