The window cleaning industry has been around for many years and shows no sign of slowing down. With this said, the methods that we use are always in a state of flux and can be very easily influenced by the technology of modern times. Just take water fed pole technology as an example! This exciting method of windowing cleaning is said to be far superior than the traditional scraper technique that has been used for decades. Read on as we go through some of the pros and cons…
Ease of Use
For many years, window cleaners have had to juggle a range of different specialist tools in order to get the job done properly, however water fed pole technology simplifies the process by only requiring one piece of equipment. As a result, it becomes much easier and safer for a company to clean the windows of a multi-story property as there is no need for ladders or harnesses.
On the other hand, water fed pole technology is still a relatively new addition to the window cleaning industry which means that all cleaners must be able to operate it safely and efficiently in order to deliver an effective customer service. After all, it takes many years to build up the skills and be able to tell that the difference between acceptable and outstanding service is using the right technique.
Unlike traditional window cleaning methods, water fed pole technology uses purified water in order to remove the dirt and debris from the surface of windows. This is much more environmentally friendly because there are no nasty chemicals used that are said to be toxic when traditional window cleaners tip their used water buckets down the drains.
Here at Parkside Cleaning Service, we believe that it is important to embrace new technology within the window cleaning industry. After all, we haven’t earned the title of best cleaners Manchester has to offer for nothing! In fact, we use the latest water fed pole technology during our window cleaning services due to its superior finish and safety preservation. To make an enquiry, get in contact with a member of the Parkside team today!