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Spick & Span window cleaners offer window cleaning services in the following areas in London:
If you live in South West London we offer services in:
Belgravia SW1, Battersea, Brixton SW2, Brompton SW3, Clapham SW4, ChelseaSW3, Earl’s Court SW5, FulhamSW6, Kensington SW7, Knightsbridge SW7, Parson’s Green SW6, Pimlico SW1, Putney, Sloane Square SW3, St James’s SW1, Westminster SW1, South Kensington SW7, Streatham, Wandsworth, West Brompton SW3
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Conservatory cleaning in Knightsbridge today was more challenging than usual, because the conservatory that was cleaned by the Knightsbridge window cleaner was located on the 4th floor of a roof terrace. To make up for the difficulty of this cleaning work however were the spectacular views of many iconic London buildings that were noticed in the vicinity. These stunning city views went some way to compensating the window cleaner cleaning this conservatory. As conservatory cleaning is more physically demanding task than most other window cleaning tasks.
Spick & Span window cleaners arrived on site in Knightsbridge at 8:30am, on the first impression the property was beautiful, situated in a Brompton Square apartment in Knightsbridge, London, SW3. This very attractive Georgian period, 4th floor apartment, is just a short walk from Harrods, and located just off Brompton Road. After completing a full risk assessment, the Knightsbridge conservatory cleaner selected a host window cleaning of tools that would get the conservatory and windows looking like -new again. The tools that were best suited to cleaning this conservatory were: a telescopic pole, abrasive pads, cleaning detergent, brushes, and a portable trolley with a water pump, and of course water.
The conservatory was in desperate need of a Knightsbridge window cleaner, as according to some, the conservatory had not been cleaned for at least 15 years. This estimate is quite likely correct. There were green algae and sun baked dirt and dust which were very stubborn to remove. There were also dust deposits that had blown in from nearby basement excavation work.
The homeowner was very keen to get this conservatory cleaned thoroughly as according to her own admission’ it had been somewhat neglected over years.’ This ‘Glass veranda’ as it was described is used as a dining area, and place for guests who visit, to enjoy the Brompton road and Knightsbridge skyscape.
It required a lot of elbow grease on the part of the Knightsbridge window cleaner to scrub away this dirt, but the results were very satisfying to see afterwards.
After thoroughly washing the roof panes and rinsing with purified water all the side glass panels of the conservatory were washed.
In all this Knightsbridge window cleaner and conservatory call-out took around 2.5 hours to completed from start to finish.
Needless to say that the propertys owner was very satisfied with how clean the conservatory looked after, which also was very rewarding to hear.
Belgravia window cleaning was required today by a client there who was anxious to have the windows of her 6 storey property, just a short step from Belgrave Square, cleaned by a professional window cleaning company in the Belgravia, Knightsbridge area.
The client had been dissatisfied with the windows of the period property being in a murky and unclean state, but felt that there was no alternative to this situation, given that the windows of houses in Belgravia are so high up and difficult to reach and that most ‘sensible’ window cleaners would not venture to use ladders to reach windows located at such colossal heights, such as those contained in Belgravia properties.
Because of this train of thought, like so many in central London, she felt resigned to putting up with dirty windows on the top floors and not having the maximum amount of natural light and sunshine reach into the home but made do with the status quo, dirty windows, being concerned with cleaning just the lower windows and interior window cleaning.
Upon investigation it seems that many residents in Belgravia would like to have a regular and reliable window cleaning service with a company that they can trust, however it seems that few window cleaners work in Belgravia offer window cleaning services to owners of very large properties, sticking to just smaller homes and shops in central London. As a result of this avoidance may could be left thinking that windows at a height above the 2nd level are un-cleanable, much less as a 6 storey townhouse, such as the one owned by the client in Belgravia who’s windows Spick & Span cleaned today.
Granted for traditional window cleaners within close proximity to Belgravia it would be impractical and inadvisable to take on such a task because of the risk to window cleaner and the potential damage that could be caused to the paintwork. Many residents of Belgravia are familiar with the man with a ladder type window cleaner but had not been aware of modern window cleaning practices that are completely adept and well suited to sympathetically restore sash window glass to their peak performance enabling them to get back to being translucent and making a neat and smart appearance.
Spick & Span are window cleaners who reach higher heights for residents within Belgravia
Why not call the Spick & Span window cleaning sales team to discuss whatever are your unique Belgravia window cleaning requirements? Whether you live or work in Belgravia, Knightsbridge or Chelsea we would be happy to receive your call.
Blackheath window cleaning was required today by a client there who manages an artisan bakery in Blackheath village. It was stated to us that the windows of the bakery hadn’t been cleaned for ages and required a good going over on the inside and outside and so we went to this location well prepared. Spick & Span were required to attend this job during unsociable hours so as to cause minimum disturbance to businesses, but this is not a problem and we were more than happy to comply with the request.
Spick & Span window cleaners provide commercial and domestic window cleaning services for clients in Blackheath and the Royal borough of Greenwich and are based in Lewisham just a short drive away, and have built up a reputation of reliability and trust.
Spick & Span window cleaners were more than happy to provide window cleaning services to this bakery which is a hub of the Blackheath village community and renders a very necessary purpose.
Spick & Span used glass cleaning detergents that are ideal for removing grime, fat deposits and flour residue which are common to food establishments, such as a bakery. The windows were very grimy and some of display area was difficult to clean because of the bread shelves. These obstacles were surmounted by using telescopic poles as well as window cleaning ladders. Some areas required window cleaning more than once. After carrying out a very thorough window clean, inside and outside of the premises the glass gleamed and the bakery had a much neater appearance enabling the artisan bakers to display the produce in the window display area, which is key area that the bakery is able to use to generate more sales.
Because of the difficulty to locate professional and reliable window cleaners in Blackheath
and because of the level of professionalism that Spick & Span window cleaners have displayed. This artisan bakery in Blackheath village have made and arrangements to contract Spick & Span window cleaners to provide a weekly clean of the bakery on the inside and outside of the windows and other windows of the shop are being considered to be added to the regular window cleaning contract.
Why not call the Spick & Span window cleaning sales team to discuss whatever are your unique window cleaning requirements? Whether you live or work in Blackheath, Greenwich or surrounding areas we would be happy to receive your call.
Greenwich window cleaning was required today by a client there who was anxious to have the windows of her quaint 3 storey Georgian property, just a short step from Greenwich park and the observatory of Greenwich, cleaned by a professional window cleaning company local to the Greenwich, Greenwich Park area.
The Greenwich client had been dissatisfied with the windows of the period property being in a murky and unclean state, but her regular window cleaner had retired a few years ago and she had not been able to find a replacement.
Given that the windows of houses in Crooms Hill, Greenwich are so high up and difficult to reach most local Greenwich window cleaners would not venture to use ladders to reach windows located at such heights, such as those contained in many Greenwich Georgian properties.
Many who live in Greenwich feel resigned to putting up with dirty windows on the top floors and allow dirt to restrict natural light and sunshine from reaching into the home, which effects the ambience and feel of the home.
It seems that many residents in Greenwich would like to have a regular and reliable window cleaning service with a company that they can trust, however likely few window cleaners who work in Greenwich provide window cleaning services that is up to the task of reaching the top windows of very large properties.
Granted for traditional window cleaners within close proximity to Greenwich it would be impractical and inadvisable to take on such a task because of the risk to window cleaners and the potential damage that could be caused to the paintwork. Many residents of Greenwich are familiar with the man with a ladder type window cleaner but may not been aware of modern window cleaning tools that are completely adept and well suited to sympathetically restore Georgian sash window glass to their peak performance enabling them to get back to being translucent and making a neat and smart overall appearance.
Spick & Span window cleaners are able to reach higher heights than most window cleaners in and around Greenwich and provide bespoke window cleaning services for residents within the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Why not call the Spick & Span window cleaning sales team to discuss whatever are your unique Greenwich window cleaning requirements? Whether you live or work in Greenwich, Blackheath or Lee we would be happy to receive your call.
Window cleaning in Mayfair today was both rewarding and exhilarating as the weather in Mayfair was perfect for window cleaning, making the window cleaners work there a pleasure.
When you visit Mayfair to window clean you can never be too sure who you may see along the way.
Today for instance when going to clean the windows for this client we saw two Michelin starred celebrity chefs, also a well-known Antique roadshow expert who work in the Mayfair locality.
However what gives Spick & Span window cleaners the most enjoyment cleaning windows in Mayfair are the type of properties that we are asked to help clean in this area of London. This Mayfair property that we went to clean today was by far the main reason why Spick & Span take delight in cleaning windows in Mayfair and surrounding London neighbourhoods.
Spick & Span window cleaners worked on Sackville Street W1S in Mayfair as part of a renovation project on behalf of property developer who had worked to transform this property estimated to be worth around £50 million pounds. This Georgian period listed building had been given beauty treatment by local London based property developers, however the Georgian glass windows were dusty and grimy due to the building work as were the roof-lanterns. This Georgian period property stood tall in it’s surroundings and was majestically stunning in it’s appearance, but it now needed expert window cleaners who work in Mayfair to come down to Mayfair to clean the windows. Split over 5 levels it had original Georgian multi-paned sash windows which had iron bars, there were also 5 glass roof lanterns, serving as light wells to allow natural light to flood into the interior.
Spick & Span window cleaners had to liaise with a porter on site and had been appraised beforehand about the difficult access to many of windows that the property developers needed to be cleaned. Spick & Span took great care when working inside the building so as not to damage the carpets. Care was also taken by the window cleaners not to damage the recently installed parquet flooring with the foot of the ladders.
Spick & Span window cleaners work frequently on listed buildings in the Mayfair and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and use high reach and specialised window cleaning equipment that is adept at cleaning large buildings.
Spick & Span window cleaners are delighted to work for property developers and managers to carry out window cleaning services in Mayfair.
Window cleaning today in Belgravia was a real pleasure as the sun was blisteringly warm and the clients who made the booking was extremely pleased with the end cleaning result.
Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Belgravia SW1X today to clean the windows of a listed building in Chesham place., in between Belgrave Square and Pont Street. Spick & Span window cleaners were hired by an attorney who manages the building on behalf of the property owner.
The windows of this 6 floor property could not be cleaned sufficiently by regular Belgravia window cleaners but required professional window cleaning in the Belgravia area.
Because of the height of the windows they had not been cleaned for many years and this showed as the windows were coated with a very thick and heavy film of dirt and pollutants from the road traffic.
Spick & Span window cleaners have gained years of window cleaning tall Georgian listed buildings in Chelsea, Belgravia, Pimlico, Sloane Square, Kensington and Knightsbridge as well as other areas of the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Spick and Span use large reach and wash telescopic poles which can reach over 6 stories high, making them ideally suited to large buildings such as those located in some of the more exclusive neighbourhoods of London. The window cleaning brushes that Spick and Span use to clean Sash windows are fine bristled meaning that they clean windows without damaging the glass.
The windows were first of all washed from the rear of the property. All the sash windows were scrubbed and then rinsed clean leaving them completely smear free and shiny. After the back windows were washed window cleaning commenced at the front of the property. Chesham place is home to a number of embassies pedestrian traffic and as a result the street is very busy, this made it essential that wet floor and safety signs be visible and all trailing hose be kept clear.
The windows looked so much better after the cleaning. The windows shimmered in the sunlight and looked so much brighter, giving the building a much better appearance. A neighbour on the street observed the window cleaning and took advantage of the Belgravia window cleaner and requested her windows to be cleaned and arranged for a follow up in a week’s time.
Spick & Span were delighted to be involved in this window cleaning project and were happy to be of service.
Commercial window cleaning was performed today in South London, Lewisham SE13 by Spick & Span window cleaners on behalf of new client based in Central London. The windows at the commercial property were very tall and required ultra-deep cleaning on both the interior and the exterior, including frames.
The client, that Spick & Span were contracted by, was desperate to get the windows cleaned quickly and Spick & Span window cleaners were invited to carry out a deep clean at unit as soon as possible as the unit was soon to open.
The modern and contemporary glass commercial unit had very recently come to the end of internal renovation work by the client and so was to be handed over to its new owner, hence the need for the very thorough and deep window clean.
The deep cleaning requirements for this project were that the cleaning be carried in the absence of the client and that Spick & Span window cleaners liaise with a neighbour to collect the keys.
A trusting relationship was therefore crucial. Spick & Span would be trusted to collect/return the keys and carry out the work without supervision.
The windows were extremely dirty outside because the site was based on a very busy road that joins nearby Deptford to Lewisham, where this site was located, also the site was near to the main railway station and there is a lot of construction work taking place locally.
Internally dust deposits and other debris were fastened to the glass panes and the window sills were covered with thick dust which carpenters and builders had left behind after they had completed constructing a wooden staircase and mezzanine floor.
This commercial cleaning work of the unit was done by Spick & Span window cleaners within a very short time frame at the clients request and all the windows glistened after the window cleaning was completed.
Spick & Span window cleaners have accumulated years of commercial window cleaning experience are able to wash office windows and commercial properties of all descriptions, including large glass panels such as was the case with this commercial unit.
Spick & Span window cleaners employ the latest cleaning technology in comply with health and safety requirements. Spick & Span window cleaners have expertise in cleaning commercial units and use the reach and wash window cleaner system to clean large glass panels and frames.
Today Spick & Span went down to Fulham SW7 to inspect a roof lantern and glass partitions on behalf of client who is keen in getting her roof lantern and glass panels cleaned professionally.
Internal glass partitions are becoming increasingly more and more common among homeowners bringing rays of light into dark covens of the home. Many contemporary and luxurious properties in London’s swanky neighbourhoods have glazed light wells and panels such as those that cover excavated basements or glass corridors that bring natural light into the hallway, Glazed roof panel and roof lights are also on the increase.
Many window cleaners neglect to offer these services and many domestic staff are completely ill equipped to cope with them during their cleaning duties.
These glass areas within contemporary and refurbished properties situated in London can become a nuisance to look at for homeowners when they are contaminated with grime and dust and the odd spiders web.
Domestic staff at best dust these areas and often smear them with old fashioned window cleaning remedies.
Spick & Span have years of internal window cleaning experience and have become adept at using modern window cleaning techniques and use non-abrasive window cleaning equipment that does not cause damage to glass partitions or internal glass sheets. Spick & Span supplement home cleaning services and guarantee that all internal glass that is cleaned, is left completely transparent and smear free. Spick & Span also use dust sheets whilst carrying out internal window cleaning and glass partition cleaning services.
Contaminants such as dust and grease are easily removed by our professional window cleaners and glass partitions that are high up, such as on mezzanine floors can be reached by telescopic poles. Whether your internal glass partition is located on a mezzanine in a hallway or by stairs or landings Spick & Span can get them cleaned bringing natural light back into the parts of the home that you want the light to be in.
Spick & Span are more than happy to clean windows on the outside of a property, but regular cleaning windows on the inside only. Spick & Span pride themselves on having a strong reputation of trust and are fully insured for the clients peace of mind. Spick & Span take meticulous care whilst cleaning inside a property and take all the necessary precautions so as to work in safe and responsible way.
End of tenancy window cleaning in East Dulwich
Today Spick & Span window cleaners visited a property in East Dulwich as part of an end-of tenancy window cleaning service to clean windows there on behalf of a tenant who was in the process of moving home.
The client, who was busy cleaning the flat in preparation for a move away from this rented property in East Dulwich, needed all the windows to be left spotlessly clean to satisfy the requirements of her tenancy agreement.
Many Landlords stipulate that in order for a tenant to receive back their full deposit the property must be left spotlessly clean by the tenant or as the agreement often defines ‘in the state that the property was at the time it was moved in to’.
Moving home can be a stressful affair at the best of times, add to this the uncertainty of receiving back a large deposit, which often is needed as a down payment for the new rental property, and it becomes clear why employing a domestic cleaner or window cleaner, is the sensible option for most London tenants who have come to the end of their tenancy .
Not only will a good residential window cleaner help lighten the load of client who has come to end of his/ her tenancy, but often times, professional window cleaners can be a good source of knowledge to tap into during this process . It could be the case that a good window cleaner may even advise you on some domestic cleaning tips as part of the bargain.
Spick & Span window cleaners stand by their work and offer money back guarantees on all residential window cleaning contracts, which includes end-of –tenancy window cleaning. Spick & Span also provide invoices as proof of window cleaning, which can be shown to Landlords, if ever they should require.
This provides many of our clients with peace of mind leaving them free to plan for the future.
So many of Spick & Span’s one- off contract come from tenants in and around the East Dulwich area as well as further afield who require the services of domestic window cleaners who provide end-of-tenancy cleaning. Spick & Span window cleaners provide a very thorough service and pride themselves on being used by tenants to help get back their deposits.
Call Spick & Span window cleaners now on: 07456 495 516 to discuss your end-of tenancy window cleaning requirements!
Dolphin Square Window Cleaning
Spick & Span window cleaning are delighted to offer window cleaning services in Dolphin Square, Pimlico.
The windows of some of these properties in Dolphin Square are notoriously high up and difficult for the average window cleaner who works in Pimlico to reach, however Spick & Span window cleaners are experts in cleaning the windows of high buildings such as those at Dolphin Square and can clean windows in Pimlico and other areas using window cleaning equipment that enables them to reach up to 57ft. without the use of ladders. This method of cleaning is safer than traditional window cleaning techniques and leaves the windows spotlessly clean and also respects your privacy.
£150 minimum charge applies for window cleaning in Dolphin Sqaure.
Book efficient and reliable window cleaners in Dolphin Square, Pimlico who have years of window cleaning experience. Call us now to discuss your window cleaner requirements for your Dolphin Square property : 0745 649 5516.
As local window cleaners based near to Dolphin Square we offer residential and commercial window cleaning services in Pimlico that are of a very high standard. Below are some typical prices for what it would cost to clean the windows of a property in Dolphin Square.
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These prices for window cleaning in Pimlico exclude secondary glass,VAT and parking fees. Floor-to-ceiling glass may cost more.
What you get for your money for the Pimlico window cleaner service
Spick & Span window cleaners are reputable, professional window cleaners who work in Pimlico, and not ‘a man with a ladder’ type window cleaning company. Spick & Span window cleaners are well equipped reliable professionals that provide tailor made window cleaning services of the highest level within Pimlico.Spick & Span window cleaners can provide references and proof of their Liability insurance cover. Spick & Span window cleaners have also been CRB checked, So you can book a window cleaner to come to you in Pimlico and have complete confidence and peace of mind.
Why choose Spick & Span’s Pimlico window cleaner services?
- Spick & Span have years of experience as window cleaners.
- We are professional window cleaners working in Pimlico.
- We take care in and around your property in Pimlico.
- We are trustworthy.
- We are fully insured.
A note of caution when employing a window cleaner in Pimlico
Sadly the reputation of the window cleaning industry has been damaged by untrained and unscrupulous individuals who start up window cleaning in Pimlico and other areas of London just to make a quick sum of money. Often times these DIY type window cleaners wreak havoc on the homes and windows that they clean. It is said that these unprofessional window cleaners use dirty cloths, dirty water and often make an absolute mess within the home. Never enter into a contract with a window cleaner in Pimlico until first you have checked references or testimonials.
Spick & Span window cleaners reputation
Below is a snapshot of some of the words that clients have used to describe Spick & Span’s window cleaning services. We would be happy to provide you with references should you desire. Spick & Span are:
- “Well equipped,”
- “Easy to make arrangements with,”
- “Have high standards.”
What some have said about Spick & Span’s Pimlico window cleaning services
H. Saunders, Pimlico, SW1V “Brilliant! Thank you. I’m going to spend the rest of the afternoon looking through nice clean windows”.
L.Garrett, Pimlico, SW1V-“Thanks for the great job on the flat – truly astonishing difference”.
Spick & Span’s Pimlico window cleaning services
- Spick & Span are happy to offer window cleaning services in Dolphin Square and the surrounding area of Pimlico.
- We carry out one-off job window cleaning and regular window cleaning in Dolphin Square.
- We provide a same-day and immediate response window cleaning service in Dolphin Square, when possible.
- We carry out commercial window cleaning and residential window cleaning in Pimlico.
Spick & Span window cleaners would be delighted to provide you with a quote to clean your windows in Pimlico, or to discuss your cleaning requirements.Arrange a booking for Dolphin Square window cleaning services.
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Spick & Span window cleaning also offer window cleaning in the surrounding areas:
Window cleaning in W8,Holland Park,Kensington,
Window cleaning in SW1,Belgravia,Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus, Pimlico,Sloane
Window cleaning in WC1,Charing Cross,Covent Garden,Embankment,
Window cleaning in WC2,Russell Square,Holborn,Strand,Aldwych,
Window cleaning in EC2,Barbican,
Window cleaning in SW3,Brompton,Chelsea,Belgravia, Pimlico
Window cleaning in SW7,Knightsbridge,Kensington,Gloucester Road,South Kensington,
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Kensington on behalf of Landlord owns a property there and who needed the windows of this period property looking spick ‘n, span ready for a tenant soon to move into this property.
Spick & Span are delighted to offer start of tenancy and end of tenancy window cleaner services in Kensington and Chelsea and have thorough methods of window cleaning that can get all windows to look spotlessly clean.
Spick & Span window cleaners pride themselves on offering a very professional window cleaner service that relieves landlords and busy professionals from the laborious tasks of cleaning dirty windows.
Spick & Span window cleaners are expert in cleaning Victorian and Georgian Sash windows and Velux windows as well as contemporary glass.
Spick and Span window cleaners regulary work in the Kensington area and are South London based window cleaners which means we can often clean in Kensington and Chelsea at amoments notice.
Spick and Span complement the work of domestic cleaners by looking after interior and exterior windows, jobs that domestic staff very often are unable to tackle successfuly tackle.
Spick & Span window cleaners use methods of cleaning that are kinder to the environment without compromising cleaning results that are achieved.
Spick & Span windows are happy to collect keys from estate agents, which was what happened on this job, and drop them back after the work is completed.
The landlord of the property was extremely impresssed with the service and left some nice comments via email.
The windows were all cleaned inside and out and were noticeably cleaner after the work was completed.
Because the windows were very high up, and access could not be achieved from the ground floor flat, all the windows were cleaned from within the property. The Sashes were all carefully lowered to prevent damage and were cleaned using the ‘S’ Motion with tradiotional window cleaning hand.tools. This process was repeated for all 6 windows.
The Velux window at the top of the property was scrubbed vigorously to loosen that embedded dirt and grim and cleaned with a squeegee.
After the cleaning a great view of the Kensington skyline was now exposed making the picture frame windows yield exceptional horizons.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Knightsbridge in the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea and carried out a Knightsbridge domestic window cleaner service on behalf of a client who required inside and outside domestic window cleaning in Knightsbridge SW1X.
This red brick property which is located in Lennox Gardens, SW1X 0DF, is on the former site of the Prince’s Cricket Club of Knightsbridge a very famous sports club of the 1800’s,often frequented by nobility.
The windows of this Luxurious property in Knightbridge needed the services of a professional domestic window cleaner in knightsbridge.
The houses in Lennox Gardens are a mixture of gothic and baroque-in-style dating from the second half of the 19th century, and the central garden, which is surrounded by thick hedge and shrubs with ornamental garden has a very well-kept lawn.
The properties on the road are mostly 3 or 4 storeys with attics and basements. They have red bricks and gables.
Spick and Span window cleaners were required, as Spick & Span window cleaners provide a domestic window cleaner service in Knightbridge and Chelsea and are able to clean windows that are difficult to reach by using the latest window cleaning technology.
The windows of this Kinghtsbridge property were very dusty on the outside and probably had not been cleaned for many years, the reason is that they were located above a basement, which meant that average window cleaners who work in Knightbridge or domestic cleaners are unable to reach them, however Spick & Span are able to provide domestic window cleaning in Knightsbridge to suit all window types and window heights.
Spick & Span have telescopic window cleaner poles and brushes that sympathetically wash all period types of glass. The large telescopic poles can reach around 50ft without the need to access the inside of properties. This makes this type of equipment ideal for cleaning windows in Knightsbridge and Chelsea where many of the windows are 3 storeys high or higher.
The windows were cleaned inside with a chemical solution that cuts through grime and dirt. The windows were cleaned using a step ladder. Dust sheets were used to protect the carpets from water marks.
The client was very satisfied with the service and commented on how clean the windows looked afterwards.
Spick & Span are delighted to offer window cleaner services in Knightsbridge, Chelsea, Sloane Square, Belgravia, Fulham and Pimlico.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went to clean windows in Chelsea SW3 as part of a bespoke Chelsea residential window cleaner service.
This very spacious and grand converted Chelsea property was set over 2 floors and had all windows cleaned inside and out by a professional Chelsea window cleaner.
Why were professional Chelsea window cleaners required?
The owner of the property had not had the windows of her Chelsea home cleaned for over a year and because of this the windows were extremely dirty and were obscuring natural light from entering into the home.
Many average window cleaners in Chelsea are not able to reach windows that are so high-up with ladders and many are not prepared to clean windows internally as well as externally. Also many window cleaners in the Chelsea area concentrate mainly on commercial window cleaning making window cleaners who carry out domestic window cleaning in Chelsea difficult to find.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are regularly contracted to perform window cleaner work in and around the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea felt extremely happy to tasked with the assignment and were praised on the window cleaning methods used as well as the attention to detail whilst cleaning the windows of this Chelsea home.
Spick & Span window cleaners use a very clever window cleaning contraption that is both portable and powerful. What this allows is for windows that were once out of range or ‘uncleanable’ because of health and safety concerns to now be cleaned using hi-tech window cleaning machinery, that allows for windows to cleaned with the use of ladders.
What type of windows were cleaned at the Chelsea property?
The windows of most Chelsea properties are Victorian wooden framed sashes, ocassionally we find Georgian glass and this property was no exception, there were also 4 sets of French doors that had Georgian style glass as well as Victorian sashes.
How excellent results are achieved in Chelsea residential window cleaning?
To clean the windows on the outside of this property only water that had a very high level of purity was used.
This is important as it means that the window cleaner can have complete confidence that the windows will dry completely spotless after window cleaning.
The windows on the inside of the property were cleaned using hot clean water and clean hand tools.
The chemical that is used is designed to clean windows in very hard water areas, such as Chelsea.
After all the windows had been cleaned, a lint free cloth was used for detailing.
Was any nice feedback received at the completion of the Chelsea window cleaner service?
Spick & Span window cleaners always aim to listen to their clients and incorporate any feedback they receive so as to continually improve the service.
At the end of this Job the client commented on the Chelsea residential window cleaning service, being impressed by the tools that had been used, the attention to detail and the huge difference that the window cleaning had made to the property.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners did some commercial window cleaning on behalf of a Veterinary surgery that has been caring for pets in South East London for over 20 years.
Spick & Span window cleaners are pet loving window cleaners, and felt proud to be invited by this trusted Veterinary surgery to do window cleaning to improve the working environment for its friendly staff and for all our furry, feathered and scaly friends that come to the building.
Providing a pet friendly window cleaner service makes us proud, and motivates us to provide an excellent and professional service on behalf of clients.
Why the windows needed cleaning?
The Veterinary surgery in New Cross had undergone some recent building work increasing the number of windows and office space. However these newly installed windows had become incredibly dusty due to the debris from the nearby building site, also the Veterinary surgery is located on a very well-travelled road that is high in pollution and exhaust fumes.
It is a well-known fact that professional window cleaning makes a building look much lighter and airy. This clean and hygienic atmosphere is good for doting pet owners, who already face high levels of stress, and whether or not pets pick up on their owner’s mood is still open to debate.
How the window cleaner worked?
Spick & Span window cleaners are pet friendly window cleaners who have years of experience cleaning the windows of clients who own pets, and so negotiating around the curious pets and owners at the Vets was not a problem.
Spick and Span window cleaners use modern and safe window cleaning equipment and aimed to provide the minimal amount of disruption to the animals whilst window cleaning.
Spick & Span window cleaners prefer methods of window cleaning that friendlier to the environment and use purified water rather that chemicals.
Purified water attracts dirt and dries without spots, waste water is either evaporated or absorbed by plants and vegetation.
What were the end results of the window cleaning?
All the windows of the surgery and the attached offices were successfully washed and were left gleaming and completely dirt free and transparent.
The pets seemed unaware of what had been taking place outside and disruption was kept to a minimum.
The facilities manager who arranged the window cleaning was overjoyed and was very eager to make plans for the windows of the Veterinary surgery to be cleaned by Spick & Span window cleaners on a regular basis.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to a very beautiful and picturesque Victorian period property, in London’s swanky Mayfair W1K to clean some windows.
This Mayfair property had recently been purchased by its new owner, and therefore was in desperate need of a Mayfair window cleaning makeover.
This window cleaning work required the skills of a professional Mayfair window cleaner, due to the Victorian properties height and its location.
Spick & Span window cleaners who work in Mayfair and other prestigious parts of London and who have gained many years of experience as window cleaners, were happy to carry out the work on behalf of this Mayfair client, who had recently moved to London’s Mayfair from overseas.
This window cleaning client, who had just recently purchased this property, was keen to get all the windows of her Mayfair flat washed by professional window cleaners who work the Mayfair area before she moves into the flat with her teenage daughter.
One of the key attractions of this Mayfair flat was its view, which looked down to a fashionable street below, however on arrival it was immediately noticeable by the window cleaner that the properties front aspect was seriously restricted by the dust and dirt on the windows , hence the need for a window cleaner who works in Mayfair to clear this up.
So that the view outside the flat could be better appreciated, Spick & Span window cleaners used a speicialized window cleaning detergent and wiped the windows that faced the main road clean by using an applicator pad and squeegee. All the windows that were cleaned were followed up and detailed with a lint free cloth.
Extra care was taken to ensure that internal furnishings were protected from water splashes whilst window cleaning took place.
It was immediately apparent that the window cleaner chemical and window cleaning at this Mayfair apartment had been successful, and after just a very short while, the German homeowner expressed astonishment and surprise with the change that the window cleaning had brought to the flats appearance and frontal aspect.
It’s very likely that one of the key selling points of this Mayfair property was its view, which was no doubt the reason that it had been purchased, however this unique selling point had all but dissappered due to the poor condition of the windows, however after Spick & Span had given this Mayfair property a deep clean the view to the street below was once again its main key feature.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners carried out commercial window cleaning on behalf of the Ovalhouse Theatre in Oval next to London’s Oval Cricket ground in Kennington Oval.
Spick & Span window cleaners carry our domestic and commercial window cleaning for clients in all parts of South London and are often employed to clean windows that are very high up and difficult to reach, such as office buildings, galleries, warehouses and large glass fronted builings like this one.
The windows of the Theatre had been bad neglected and were terribly dirty and grimey much to the callers dispair. The reason the windows were so dirty was because the building is situated next to a very busy road, which is main artery into central London and also becuase they had not been cleaned for many years.
when Spick & Span were contacted to do the job the owners were aware that the job was difficult, however Spick & Span were ready for the challenge.
Spick & Span window cleaners are able to clean large commercial properties with ease and use the latest window cleaning technology, such as large carbon fibre telescopic window cleaning poles that are ideal in reaching high windows.
Spick & Span took great care to to work safely at this site and used high visibility signs near to aall work areas, as the buiding was still in use at the time of the window cleaning, and was still open to the public.
To reach the high window we used a 35ft pole which cleaned the top window panes using a brush and side to side motion all the dust and dirt was aggrevated and then rinsed down. This process was repeated on all the building glass frontage. The road facing windows were washed using a two step process first they were rinsed with water and then mopped and squeegeed dry.
The office windows were cleaned using the s-motion, traditional window cleaning technique. There were also automatic doors that were cleaned and glass walls that needed washing.
This commercial building building was given a very thorough clean and looked much better for it. The owner were very appreciative and described the transformation as; “Amazing!”
In all the window cleaning took just over two hours to complete from start to finish.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Alleyn Park, Dulwich Village, London, SE21 , near to Dulwich College and Dulwich Common, to carry out window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this leafy location, in a beautiful part of the capital.
The client was in desperate need of a reputable Dulwich Village window cleaner who works in SE21 and who could meet the demands of the work.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South East London, just a 20 minute drive from Dulwich Village, were booked over the internet to come down to work at Dulwich Village to clean all the windows externally of this 4 bedroom, 1950’s detached property set on lovely grounds.
All the window of this 4 bedroom property were cleaned on the outside using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional window cleaning methods.
This charming Dulwich property that Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned was split over 2 levels, and had very large uPVC windows on the ground floor and first floor of the property.
At the side of the property there was a set of French doors that were cleaned
At the rear of the property on the ground floor there was a large glass patio door, there was also an outdoor office that had windows.
In all the work took around 1.5 hours to complete.
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked a few days in advance of the works commencement.
Spick & Span were employed to do this work mainly because the windows and frames were very dusty because of the main road at the front of the property.
Spick & Span window cleaners clean windows regularly in and around the Dulwich Village area and so were more than happy to provide the client with this service.
Work began on the outside of the property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the window pane leaving the window dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
The client was very satisfied with the results.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Clapham, London, SW11, near to Clapham Common to carry out window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this location, in a leafy part of Clapham.
The client was in desperate need of a reputable Clapham window cleaner who works in SW11.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South London, just a 25 minute drive from Clapham, were booked over the internet to come down to Clapham to clean all the windows of this 6 bedroom 2 bathroom Victorian period property.
All the window of this 6 bedroom property were cleaned on the outside. Using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional cleaning methods.
This charming Victorian property that Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned was split over 4 levels, having 2 large sash windows on the basement floor, 2 large bay windows on the ground floor and 2 bay windows and 1 sash on the 2nd floor and 3 sash windows on the 3rd floor at the front of the property.
At the rear of the property on the basement floor there was 1 French door, and 1 sash window, on the ground floor there was 1 set of large bi-fold doors, 1 bay window 1 sash, and 1st floor there was on 1 set of French doors , and 3 sash windows , and on the 2nd floor there were 2 dormer windows.
In all the work took around 2 hours to complete.
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked around 1 week in advance of works commencement. Spick & Span were employed mainly because the windows were very dusty due to prolonged building work. Also Spick & Span window cleaners do not require that the property owner be home at the time when the windows are cleaned. In this instance Spick & Span were booked to work when the domestic cleaner was around.
Spick & Span window cleaners regularly work around the Clapham area and so were more than happy to provide this client with the service.
Work began on the outside of the property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified, through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the pane leaving the glass dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
At the conclusion of this job the window cleaner was praised by the cleaner for having done such a thorough job and was sure that Spick & Span would be booked to provide maintenance cleans in the future.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Perry Hill, SE6, to clean the windows of a Victorian property on behalf of a client based in this part of London.
This large 3 storey semi detached period property was located on a very busy street in Perry Hill and had many windows that were difficult to access for the average Perry Hill window cleaners. The windows were all very grimy and dusty, to the point that may of them were no longer transparent. This was the case not only with the fron windows, but also those at the rear of the property. All windows were in very bad overall condition.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based just 15 minutes drive away from Perry Hill were at this property quickly after the client booked, and carried out this Perry Hill residential window cleaner service at a very competitive rate.
The windows housed in this property were mainly Upvc framed windows.
There were bay windows, sash window, and french doors that all required external window cleaning. There was also a very odd shaped window at the front that the owner was keen to get cleaned.
the type of windows at this property were very suited to the reach and wash method of window cleaning. This method of window cleaning was also neccessary because many of the windows were very high up and so would’ve been very dangerous for many Perry Hill window cleaners to reach using ladders, which is often the case with many local window cleaners.
After Spick and Span cleaned the front windows the difference was immediatelly apparent. Windows that had previously had been covered with dust which had obscured the sunlight now dazzled as the light shone in through the windows make the space inside seem much more airy and spacious. After finishing on the front the side and then back windows were washed using the same technique.
Approximately one 25 litre barrel of pure water was used in cleaning all the windows within this Perry Hill home. Purified water is a chemical free solution to window cleaning that is both good for the environment and provides excellent results.
All water that Spick & Span window cleaners use is pre- purified and is transported to site where it used to wash windows using the reach and wash, telescopic pole and brush system.
The homeowner was so appreciative and impressed with the excellent window cleaning results that were obtained by Spick & Span window cleaners, that she gave the Perry Hill window cleaner, that perfomed the work a very generous tip!
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to West Dulwich, London, SE21, near to Dulwich College to carry out window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this location, in a leafy part of West Dulwich.
The client was in desperate need of a reputable West Dulwich window cleaner who works in SE21.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South East London, just a 20 minutes drive from West Dulwich , were booked over the internet to come down to West Dulwich to clean all the windows of this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Edwardian period property with a large kitchen extension.
All the window of this 4 bedroom property were cleaned on the outside. Using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional cleaning methods.
This quaint Edwardian property that Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned was split over 2 levels, having 2 large bay windows on the ground floor, 1 large bay windows on the 1st floor and 2 casement windows on the first floor. All the windows contained leaded glass.
At the rear of the property on the ground floor there was 3 sets of French doors, and glass kitchen extension which had 2 Velux windows. On the 1st floor there were 3 casement windows.
In all the work took around 3.5 hours to complete.
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked around 1 week in advance of the works commencement.
Spick & Span window cleaners regularly work around the West Dulwich area and so were more than happy to provide this client with the service.
Work began on the outside of the property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified, through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the pane leaving the glass dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
The windows were cleaned on the inside of the property with a lint free cloth and water.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to East Dulwich , London, SE22, near to Dulwich Village, to carry out window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this location, in a leafy part of East Dulwich.
The client was in desperate need of a reputable East Dulwich window cleaner who works in SE22.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South East London, just a 20 minutes drive from East Dulwich, were booked over the telephone to come down to East Dulwich to clean all the windows of this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom Victorian period property.
All the window of this 3 bedroom property were cleaned both on the inside and on the outside. Using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional cleaning methods.
This charming Victorian property that Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned was split over 3 levels, having 2 large sash windows on the first floor, 1 large bay windows on the ground floor and 1 Velux windows on the 3rd floor at the front of the property.
At the rear of the property on the ground there was 1 set of French doors, and 3 casement windows on the first floor, there were 2 sash windows. On the 2nd floor there was1 set of French doors, and one sash window.
In all the work took around 2 hours to complete.
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked around 1 week in advance of works commencement. Spick & Span were employed mainly because there was a glass roof above the rear kitchen extension which was very difficult to clean.
Spick & Span window cleaners regularly work around the East Dulwich area and so were more than happy to provide this client with the service.
Work began on the outside of the property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified, through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the pane leaving the glass dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
The glass roof was cleaned from a stepladder placed in the neighbours garden.
Dirt was loosened with a mop and then rinsed using purified water.
At the conclusion of this job the window cleaner was praised for having done such a thorough job and arrangements were made for a follow up visit in a few months’ time.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Herne Hill, London, SE24, near to Kings College Hospital, to carry out window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this location, in a leafy part of Herne Hill.
The client was in desperate need of a reputable Herne Hill window cleaner who works in SE24.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South East London, just a 20 minutes drive from Herne Hill, were booked over the telephone to come down to Herne Hill to clean all the windows of this 6 bedroom 2 bathroom Edwardian period property.
All the window of this 6 bedroom property were cleaned both on the inside and on the outside. Using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional cleaning methods.
This double fronted Herne Hill property that Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned was split over 4 levels, having 2 large multi-paned sash windows on the ground floor, 2 large bay windows on the 2nd floor and 4 Velux windows on the 3rd floor at the front of the property.
At the rear of the property on the ground there were 3 French doors, 1 set of bi-fold doors and 2 sash windows on the ground floor, there were 3 large glass roof sheets. On the 1st floor there was a bay windows, one sash window. One the third floor there was one sash window. On the 4th floor there was a set of French doors and 4 Velux windows.
In all the work took around 3 hours to complete
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked around 48hr in advance of works commencement. Spick & Span were employed to replace the previous window cleaner who had failed to respond to the Herne Hill property owners repeated phone calls, and had likely left the country.
Spick & Span window cleaners regularly work around the Herne Hill area and so were more than happy to provide this client with the service.
Work began on the outside of the property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified, through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the pane leaving the glass dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
At the conclusion of this job the window cleaner was praised for having done such a thorough job and arrangements were made for a follow up visit in a few months’ time.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to South Kensington, London, SW7, near to The Royal Albert Hall to clean 2 properties and carry out Kensington window cleaning services on behalf of a Professional client who lives at this location, in a swanky part of South Kensington.
The client was in need of a reputable Window cleaners who can perform careful and professional window cleaning in South Kensington in SW7.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based in South London, just a short drive from South Kensington, were booked over the internet to come down to South Kensington to clean both properties.
1 property was a rented property, which needed to be cleaned as part of the terms of the Landlord. The 2nd property was to be cleaned in preparation for moving into.
Both properties were set in Mansion blocks. The rented property was a ground floor flat and had three bedrooms. The windows were very large multi-paned Victorian sash windows that had not been cleaned for years.
All the windows of this apartment had to be cleaned on the inside and the outside.
The windows of the 2nd Kensington property were all very tricky to window clean because they were on the top floor of the Mansion also had 3 bedroom, but was split over 2 levels. All the windows of these properties were cleaned using modern window cleaning techniques along with traditional cleaning methods.
These quaint South Kensington properties that Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned both had spectacular views of nearby attractions such as Kensington park and the Royal Albert Hall. All the windows had multi paned sash window glazing.
In all the window work took around 4 hours to complete.
Spick & Span window cleaners were booked around 2 week in advance of the works commencement.
Spick & Span window cleaners regularly work around the Kensington area and so were more than happy to provide this client with the service.
Work began on the outside of the 1st property using a portable window cleaning machine that has a pump that helps pump water that has been pre-purified, through a hose up to the top of a telescopic carbon fibre pole which has a brush at the end. This water is transported to the window pane and loosens all dirt. This dirt is then brushed and then rinsed off of the pane leaving the glass dirt and smear free, completely spotless.
The windows were cleaned on the inside of the property with a lint free cloth window cleaners squeegee and mop and water.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were commissioned to clean all the outside of all windows at the front, side and back of a 5 bedroom house, located on a leafy street in Beckenham.
The 5 bedroom detached Edwardian period property in Beckenham was in desperate need of window cleaning as the house had recently undergone some repairs to the brickwork. Therefore the window frames, windows and window sills had all got rather dirty as a result of the building the process.
The job specifications for this window clean was that Spick & Span window cleaners give the windows and frames a thorough clean by hand from the scaffolding. The client was happy to pay extra for this specialized Beckenham window cleaner service. In addition to cleaning the window sills and window frames other work consisted of window cleaning the roof-lights above the kitchen extension. The roof-lights had easy clean glass, which meant that they could only be washed with pure water only, and without chemicals.
Because the windows at this property are all new windows (installed last summer) –We also had to take great care, whilst window cleaning, so that none of the glass panes got scratched from the dust or cement that had been left on the windows by the builders.
This is now the second time that Spick & Span window cleaners have been used by this client at the Beckenham property to clean the windows, although we have worked for them in the past at their previous property in East Dulwich.
Spick and Span window cleaners, local to Beckenham cleaned the windows as part of a post builders window cleaner service and in all the work took around 2 hours to complete.
The method of window cleaning used to clean the windows of this Beckenham property was the purified water method, which involves pumping water through a hose attached to a telescopic carbon fibre window cleaning pole which has a brush attached to it. The purified water is ideal because it rinses dust away from the frames and the windows.
After starting at the front work commenced at the side and then the rear of the property. The final windows to be cleaned at this property were the large glazed bi-fold doors. These were first of all scrubbed and then rinsed clean with purified water. After the completion of the work all the windows looked noticeably clear and bright and the frames were changed from being red from soot and dirt to their original white state.
All that’s left to be done now to conclude this building renovation project is for the scaffolders to remove the scaffolding.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Paddington W2 to carry out window cleaner services at a very stylish and spacious flat that is local to Paddington Station.
The flat which is housed within a period conversion townhouse had high, floor to ceiling windows, that had not been cleaned for many years, as well as other traditional glass, such as, sash windows and crickle windows which required thorough window cleaning.
This 2 bedroom Paddington property which was a raised ground floor flat had windows at the front and rear that were very difficult to access with ladders, making the work hard for average local window cleaners in Paddington.
Spick & Span window cleaners who work in and around the locality of Paddington cleaned the windows on behalf of the Russian homeowner without much difficulty. Spick & Span window cleaners are able to achieve this by using specialized professional window cleaner equipment.
Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows in Paddington thoroughly inside and out, starting on the front at the outside. The external windows were scrubbed with a brush, which is specifically designed to sympathetically clean Georgian type glass, and then rinsed.
Once the work was completed at the front the window cleaner took a large stepladder inside the property, making sure to take great care not to damage the paintwork of the flats interior. The window cleaner used a window washer , squeegee and scrim to clean the large floor to ceiling windows inside the flat, and wiped out all smears and blemishes. Care was taken to catch water drips with the window cleaners applicator pad whilst window cleaning, and dust sheets were used to protect rugs and internal furnishings from getting wet.
Because the householder was unable to get access to the basement flat in advance, the side windows had to be cleaned from inside the property. This was achieved by sliding the casement window panes up and down and leaning out to wash them. The only exception to this method of cleaning was in the kitchen and 2 bedrooms where all external windows could be cleaned from the top of a rear extension roof.
The window cleaner that was booked to work in Paddington was at this property for approximately two hours and the homeowner was extremely relieved to have clean windows to look through, so much so that she even took photos!
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Herne Hill, SE24 to carry out window cleaner services at a very spacious Victorian end of terrace townhouse that is local to Kings College hospital, and very close to North Dulwich.
The large 4 bedroom Victorian property which is located in Herne Hill SE24 is 3 stories high and had windows and skylights that required cleaning inside and out.
The types of windows were mainly multi-paned sash windows, but there were other types of windows, such as skylights, all of which required thorough window cleaning, because of the very wet winter that we have recently had.
This 4 bedroom Herne Hill property also had 2 sets of french doors, which Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned inside and out, using traditional window cleaners methods.
Thi Herne Hill property owner was also Keen to have the windows of a nearby 1 bedroom property cleaned also, which we were happy to do.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are fairly local to Herne Hill and East Dulwich and who have many years of experience of cleaning windows local to this area, cleaned the windows on behalf of the Landlord/homeowner without much difficulty.
Spick & Span window cleaners achieve their window cleaning results by using specialized and professional window cleaner equipment, which is adept at reaching windows that are high up, and achieving good cleaning results.
Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows in Herne Hill thoroughly on the outside, starting on the front and concluding at the back. The external windows were scrubbed with a brush, which is specifically designed to sympathetically clean glass.
Once the work was completed at the front and back the window cleaner took his equipment inside the property, making sure to take great care not to get any water spillages on the carpets, which were in the process of being fitted.
The window cleaner cleaned the windows of the skylights as well as all the other internal windows using a window cleaners pad and squeegee, and dustsheets were used throughout to catch any spillages. After work at the first property was finished the window cleaner moved his equipment to the second property where work commenced. The tools used at the other property were a stepladder a bucket, and a window cleaners hand mop, squeegee and a scrim.
In all the work took around 4 hours to complete from start to finish. The homeowner was thoroughly please with the end result and said that he would recommend our services to friends.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were booked to go down to Pimlico, SW1 in central London to carry out regular window cleaner services on behalf of one of our Pimlico clients at her stunning and spacious 2 bedroom period conversion Pimlico property, that is local to Pimlico Station SW1.
The 2 bedroom Pimlico period property, housed above a shop, which is located in Pimlico SW1 is 4 stories high and had sash windows and casement windows that required window cleaning inside and out by a professional window cleaner who works in Pimlico.
The types of windows at this property are multi-paned, Georgian sash windows, all of which required thorough window cleaning, because of the wet winter that we’ve recently had.
This Pimlico property also had 2 sets of large french doors that needed window cleaning. Spick & Span’s Pimlico window cleaning service were able to clean these externally from the balcony.
Spick & Span window cleaners who regularly carry out window cleaner work in Pimlico and local areas offer a bespoke Pimlico window cleaner service to residents within Pimlico and other local areas. Because Spick & Span window cleaners have worked in the local area of Pimlico as window cleaners for many years we have gained a reputation of reliability and trustworthiness and therefore are repeatedly invited back to Pimlico by clients who require Pimlico window cleaning services.
Spick & Span window cleaners are able to achieve excellent end results because we use specialized and professional window cleaner equipment, which is adept at reaching windows that are high up, using ladders only as a last resort. Spick & Span also show flexibility and work at a time that is convenient to the client.
Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows of this Pimlico property thoroughly from within the property .This was achieved by using a step ladder, and raising and lowering the sash windows so as to clean the window externally with the window cleaning equipment. The window cleaner cleaned all of the windows this way and used a window cleaners pad and squeegee, and dustsheets to catch any water spillages.
In all the window cleaner took around 2 hours to complete the work from start to finish.
We look forward to returning on many other occasions to Pimlico to carry out window cleaning services to other residents local to this area of London.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Camberwell SE5 to carry out window cleaner services on a very charming and spacious Georgian townhouse that is local to Denmark Hill Station, close to East Dulwich.
The large Georgian property which is housed in a leafy road in Camberwell SE5 is 4 stories high and had windows including dormers, that are difficult for average window cleaners to reach.
The types of windows were mainly multi-paned Geogian glass, but there were other types of windows, such as, sash windows and casement windows. All of which required thorough window cleaning, because the wet winter.
This 4 bedroom Camberwell property in a conservation area within Camberwell also had a large conservatory and sunroom, which Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned.
The homeowner was Keen to have regular window cleaning by window cleaners local to Camberwell as the windows at the front and rear of the property were very difficult to access with ladders, making them hard for average local window cleaners in Camberwell to clean.
Spick & Span window cleaners who work in and around Camberwell and East Dulwich and are local to the area, cleaned the windows on behalf of the Scandinavian homeowner without much difficulty. Spick & Span window cleaners are able to achieve this by using specialized professional window cleaner equipment, which is adept at reaching windows that are high up without the use of ladders.
Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows in Camberwell thoroughly on the outside, starting on the front and concluding at the back. The external windows were scrubbed with a brush, which is specifically designed to sympathetically clean Georgian type glass.
Once the work was completed at the front the window cleaner took his equipment inside the property, making sure to take great care not to get any water on the carpets. The window cleaner cleaned the windows of the sunroom as well as its glass roof from on top of the Garage roof. From this position the window cleaner also took the opportunity to clean the roof of the conservatory. After work here was finished the window cleaner moved his equipment into the garden where work commenced on the rear windows of the property.
After all windows were cleaned at the rear of the property the rest of the conservatory was cleaned.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Camberwell SE5, to clean the inside and outside windows of a semi-detached, 4 storey, 4 bedroom Georgian property in leafy Camberwell Grove, which had attached to it a glass sunroom and a very large sun lounge/ garden conservatory.
Spick & Span window cleaners, who have gained extertise in cleaning solarium windows and other glass structures integrated into buildings, were able to clean this period property inside and out, including these glass structures, in approximately 5 hours.
The Camberwell based client was keen to get all the windows of the house cleaned inside and out, but the clients main priority was that the garden conservatory and solarium windows get cleaned inside and out, this was because themain purpose of these areas is is to provide enjoyment to family so that they can enjoy the surrounding landscape and garden area.
The windows of the sunroom had been neglected, perhaps because many window cleaners find them difficult to clean. The effect of this was that they had become very grubby and were covered with green algae especially was this alge noticable on the roofs which really needed to benefit from a good clean.Light was seriously lacking from this part of the houses interior and provided annoyance rather than enjoyment to the homes owners. Rather than light flooding in as is the purpose of a sunroom the rays of the sun cast shadows into the home making it appear dull and dreary within. Not only did this look unattractive, but was the bain of the homeowner.
Spick and Span were able to clean the roofs of both glass structures by using safe and effective methods that involve telescopic window cleaning poles abrasive brushed and purified water which is pumped to the brush head. All external window were cleaned thhis was excluding thos in the attic which were inaccessible by this means of window cleaning, these were cleaned from within the property.
The homeowner was very impressed with quality of the finish, her response was one of astonishment, at the amount of light that now flooded into the home via the roofs of the sunrooms, this gave the property a much brighter appearance.
Spick & Span window cleaners were very happy to provide their sunroom window cleaning service to this client, and to be a part of this glass solarium restoration project.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to the Battersea Park area of Battersea SW11, to clean the windows on behalf of a high profile resident that lives in Battersea SW11 postal code area.
Spick & Span window cleaning who clean windows on behalf of professionals and residents within the Battersea and surrounding areas, were contacted by a personal assistant working for the property’s owner. From the initial phone contact to window cleaning’s completion there was a total time lapse of around 24 hours, as this was an emergency clean.
Spick and Span arrived just before arranged, at 1pm today, and met with the homeowner. A brief risk assessment was made and work commenced on the front of the property at the outside. In total there were 8 sash windows which needed cleaning including a bay on the ground floor.
The window cleaning method that was used was to clean was the reach and wash system as this always leaves windows clean and smear free.
While in the property dust sheets were used.
At the rear of the property access was restricted to the attic bedroom on the 3rd floor and also a bathroom window, because of a large kitchen extension and these windows could only be cleaned from inside the property.
On the ground floor at the rear were some very large panes which made up a glazed kitchen extension these looked much better after the cleaning, as they were originally thick with dust and sand deposits. As a complementary part of the service all the frames were wiped, as was the plastic tubing that protruded out beneath the patio doors.
The large glass roof light of the kitchen extension could only be cleaned successfully from out of one of the bathroom windows. This was cleaned with the aid of window cleaner’s extension pole.
When window cleaning the windows inside the house Spick and Span used damp micro-fibre cloths, this was to limit the use of water, and so as a result, minimize the risk of water spillage.
Spick & Span window cleaners have been very busy working in Battersea of late as this in now the 5th time that Spick & Span window cleaners have cleaned windows in Battersea within the last 3 weeks.
How on earth do you clean sash windows three floors up?
What do you do when it seems that there is no ladder on earth long enough, and your money is too tight to hire a cherry picker and yet you can barely see through the windows?
Your local window cleaner doesn’t seem to have the equipment or the know-how.
Is there some genius way of doing the outside without needing to resort to abseiling down the wall to get to them?
Some clients we work for speak of the days when they used to hang out of the windows, but thinking of people taking such risks makes my tummy wobble.
What do you do for instance with a bathroom window, that is not particularly high up but is very awkward to reach? Do you dare to lean out as far as can to wipe, even though most experienced window cleaners wouldn’t take such a risk?
Some wipe as far as they can reach or use cloths wrapped around a wooden stick to wipe and then chuck water at the areas that they can’t reach. It works for them, but it’s far from ideal.
What do the professional guys do?
Most traditional window cleaners would open the bottom of the window, sit on the sill with head outside, facing in. Clean the outside of upper pane. Open the top of window, stand on a chair/ ladder inside and andthen lean out to clean the outside of upper half pane, but if you attempt this be careful you don’t fall! Also be warned, it can be very mucky, which is why it’s such a hated job.
Most of us don’t have enough of a head for heights, and leaning far out of the window for most of us is not what we really want to do.
So what are the alternatives?
Well it could be that your fortunate enough to own the type of windows that swing inwards check whether there are catches at the top of your windows, and hinges that can be opened as this will make cleaning them a lot easier. Most Upvc framed windows can open in this way. If not then you will need to consider some other options.
A safe alternative to leaning out of your window might be to use a device, such as a magnet window cleaning sponge. It is like two sponges covered with magnets on a long string. The way it’s supposed to work is that one of the sponges is moistened and put it on the outside of thewindow, with string coming in through the window, then the other magnet from the inside the window is used to control the wipe motion on the outside . However be warned this will not result in a streak free finish.
To save yourself from potential danger as well as the hassle associated with window cleaning, and to ensure you’re left with the a spotless finish even on windows located up to the 5th floor you could always find a chap with a power hose window cleaning system and invite him round…
Surely worth thinking about.
Today, Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Fulham in the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea , to clean the windows of a very large property, on behalf of a property developer.
This fabulous 7 bedroom period property, which was set over 4 floors, was formerly the Guatemalan embassy and had just had undergone some recent renovation work.
Spick & Span window cleaners, who are based a short distance from Fulham, and who are often employed to clean windows in the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea, were more than happy to provide the client with a professional Fulham window cleaner service.
The window cleaning for this property began bright and early in the morning, which was required, as a photographer was booked for the afternoon.
Spick & Span window cleaners were needed as the windows had lots of stains and smear marks left on them by a regular domestic cleaning company who had attempted to clean the windows, but were unsuccessful.
Because the property was being prepared to be placed on the market it was essential that great care be taken inside the house. New carpets had been laid throughout the property, therefore great care was taken to prevent water spillages, dust sheets were also used underneath work areas.
This Fulham townhouse was very tall, therefore to reach the outside windows Spick & Span window cleaners used a 47ft reach window cleaning pole which is able to reach the 5th floor windows from street level. After cleaning the outside windows, work commenced within.
It was observed, from inside the property that windows were looking much nicer and shinier outside now that that they were thoroughly scrubbed and rinsed with pure water, however the smeary marks on the inside of the windows were now more noticeable. Many of internal windows also had secondary glazing panels, which couldn’t be removed; this made the job more challenging. All the windows on the inside of the property were cleaned using a special window cleaning chemical which is particularly suited for hard water areas such as is the case in London. The tools used were a step ladder, dust sheets, a bucket, micro-fibre cloths and scrims, a mop applicator and squeegee. The window cleaning took around 5 hours complete. All the windows were thoroughly washed.
The effects of this window cleaning were that it enhanced the beauty of this property, making the renovation of it complete, making it much easier to sell, and making its appearance much more pleasant to any potential buyers.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean the windows of a 6 bedroom period property in Streatham Hill on behalf of a Landlord who lives overseas.
In cleaning the 6 bedroom property in Streatham Hill, Spick & Span window cleaners had to work around a number of contractors including gardeners and painter and decorators.
Spick & Span window cleaners were required to clean the windows inside and out.
Starting on the inside of the property the window cleaner used dust sheets to protect the interior carpet and furnishings.
The equipment used for this job comprised of a step ladder, bucket with window cleaning tools, extension pole dust sheets, and a portable window cleaning trolley.
The window cleaning took a little over 3 hours to complete.
The property was set over 3 floors. In the attic were two large sky lights, which were cleaned. On the first floor there was a very large roof light that had become rather grubby and moss covered, which desperately needed window cleaning. The ground floor had some large Tri-folding doors that needed window cleaning as the paving outside hade recently been jet washed and left stains on the windows.
All of the windows on the top floor of the property were cleaned inside and out from inside the property, as the sash windows all opened and closed, however the sash windows on the first floor were sealed shut, and so could not be cleaned externally from inside. All of the first floor windows were cleaned externally using a reach and wash window cleaning system, which uses purified water to clean the glass. The windows were left sparkling and clean ready for the new tenants to move into the house.
With so many properties in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea having basement excavation work done, builders dust has become the ‘order of the day, and also the Bain of many homeowners in and around the Chelsea area.
Spick & Span window cleaners were invited to clean the windows of a property in Chelsea today that had undergone extensive renovation work, including the excavation work, to facilitate a very large basement extension. The builders who were responsible for undertaking the excavation of the Chelsea property had removed tons of ground soil from this home, but had not cleaned the dust that had settled on the windows after the completion of the job, much to the home owners chagrin.
Spick & Span were delighted to step in and clear up the mess as part of a Chelsea window cleaner service, not only did this smarten up the home, but it also brought to a conclusion a chapter in home owners life, that had not been a very pleasant one.
The windows of this end of terrace Victorian home comprised mainly of leaded light windows, however there was also Floor to ceiling glass in the basement areas as well as glass sheets and roof lights in and around the recently installed light well. There were also large French style glass doors attached to a garage/ study area.
This is now the 5th time that Spick & Span window cleaners have worked near to the King’s Road area of Chelsea side of Chelsea for clients who were desperate to use reliable, trustworthy and professional window cleaners in Chelsea. In many of these instances the glass that has been cleaned has included difficult to reach glass such as glass roofs, conservatories, light wells and other types of glass extensions.
Experience has taught us always for the need to come well – equipped when window cleaning in Chelsea. For instance lime scale can be a common problem on windows especially after major building work has been completed. Spick & Span came equipped with a lime scale remover that left the glass completely shiny and clean.
For the very high up windows the reach- up- and wash pole method of window cleaning was used, but for lower windows conventional methods were employed.
In total the work took around 5 hours to complete, as Spick & Span’s Chelsea window cleaner service has emphasis placed more on the quality of the finish, and time is less of a consideration. The aim as always to give the client 100 percent customer satisfaction. To ensure this is the case Spick & Span insist that an inspection of all windows be carried out by a staff member and be signed off by either the client by their representative.
Spick & Span get a thrill from bringing a smile to the clients face when they carry out the Chelsea window cleaner service.
How to clean windows like a pro – yourself
Households across the country are feeling the pinch due to the recession. Many households just don’t have the disposable income that they once had. High house prices and student tuition fees mean that we are all looking for ways to save a bob or two.
With a little bit of know-how you can reduce your window cleaning bill by around a third by cleaning the inside windows yourself. By all means you will need to expend a bit of effort, something that not many of us want to do, but the results can be pleasing, especially when we look at the piggy bank at the end the end of the year.
By following a few simple steps this brief guide will have you cleaning windows as good as the guy you see down the road. You know – the one who seems like he’s been cleaning windows – since the Victorian age.
What equipment do I need to clean windows like a professional?
First of all throw away that manky bottle that you’ve got in the cupboard under the kitchen sink! I know it promises to make your windows sparkle, to remove the grime and take the strain out of cleaning but the truth of the matter is it aint gonna work. If you choose to use it you will wipe and wipe and wipe until your arms ache with pain and what will you get for all your efforts? Tennis elbow! You’ll have a smudgy mess, and wish that you paid the window cleaner in the first place. If you look at your window cleaner, if you can see him through your windows, you may even see him chuckle. So please take my advice, and don’t, whatever you do, use the dodgy chemical that the harp on about on the TV ads.
Can I just say at this point also, please, please, please, please, please, if you are going to use a ladder do so responsibly, and if you are pregnant, get the other half to do the work for you.
Statistical ladders often mean accidents. What’s the defininition of an accident, I’ll leave you to check on google.
Now that that’s out of the way we can get down to the nitty-gritty. How can we clean windows like a professional – the traditional way?
In the olden days before all this high-tech-stuff was around what did the old window cleaners used to use? Like the one in the photo above, No, don’t say “vinegar and newspaper” who wants their house smelling like a fish and chip shop?-P00! Hold your nose . Any takers? I didn’t think so. No, not vinegar, but plain old H2O, it’s not rocket science really , just water and little secret ingredient, well at least it was until now, shhhhh! don’t tell anyone I told you, washing up liquid, “Is that it” I hear you say, “yes, that’s it”, water and a little washing up liquid, “surely there must be something else”, you say, and yes, you’d be right, but this is the recipe that will, hands down, beat all those chemicals that appear on the adverts-where the grime disappears with the waving of a wand -and if you believe that you believe anything! Believe me, try it and you will see, it worked in the past, when traditional window cleaners got up at the crack of dawn and charged a shilling per house, and it still works now.
Now that we’ve intoduced the cleaning agent, next the tools.
Go down to your nearest pound shop, “did I say pound shop” “yes that’s right, you wanted to save money didn’t you.” Go down to you nearest pound shop, if you have one near where you live, if not a hardware store, and buy yourself some micro-fibre cloths, you will need at least two, these cloths achieve results as good as that grey cloth that traditional window cleaners used, which was called a scrim.
How to clean windows like a pro
Now to the part that requires all the effort, the part none of us really like. Here’s what you do, after you’ve put on your marrigolds (yellow, or pink it doesn’t matter) : take one of the special cloths that you got from the pound shop earlier.
Soak the cloth in the water that has the ‘secret solution’ in. After its has soaked wring it out until it is only slighly moist and wipe the window pane in a circular or side to side manner ensuring that you get into the corners. Then take the dry cloth, which is why you need at least two, and repeat the process that you carried out with the moist cloth, drying the pane completely. Repeat this process on all windows that are to be cleaned and smile and enjoy the view outside, and smile at the window cleaner while you’re at it! Why not, after all you’ve begun window cleaning like a pro- traditional style.
Why not drop me a line and tell me how it went.
It is important that before ever you undertake any window cleaning project, where the windows are high up and difficult to access, that you seek to follow safe working practices.
Falls from height and slips and trips are still one of the most common causes for death in the work place. (hse.gov/statistics). Even though the mortality rate for window cleaning and other work at height is so high, few us take heed which is seen by us when we witness tradesmen and others around us taking high stake risks. Often it is non- professionals that the most vulnerable, the un-enlightened as these have not been trained to identify the risks.
The following is not meant to be a fully comprehensive list but provides just few bits of information that we hope will be prove useful for you if you or cleaning staff decide to clean difficult windows yourself.
What not to do:
- If you or your domestic cleaners attempt to clean the hard to reach windows do not take any uneccessary risks.
- It is important that you avoid leaning excessively out of windows, and that you avoid using ladders or other tools that are damaged in any way.
- If you are pregnant it may best that you avoid this kind of work.
- Never stand on glass roofs or roof tiles without seeking guidance from manufacturer.
What you should do:
- Before commencement of work evaluate and take steps to minimize risks. You can find an example of a risk assessment here: hse.gov.uk/risk/
- Use appropriate PPE. such as gloves and harnesses where necessary.
- Use specialized tools for reaching difficult windows such as telescopic poles.
- If windows can be cleaned from inside, do so, as this will be safer, but use tools that can be attached to chains to prevent them from falling on to people walking below. Also use harnesses where possible.
- Think about employing professional window cleaners. This can save you time and often ensure better results.
Spick & Span’s professional hard to reach window cleaning service
Spick & Span window cleaners use best practice window cleaning techniques to reach windows that are high up and difficult to reach. Spick & Span window cleaners will always access the risk of each job before starting. Each property that Spick & Span window cleaners visit is unique and poses it’s own individual challenges, however Spick & Span have built up over 7 years of window cleaning experience in London. Spick & Span have experience in cleaning the windows of Georgian, Edwardian, and Victorian properties many of which have undergone renovation and modernisation with dormer and/or kitchen extensions.Spick & Span can clean roof lights and Velux skylight glass that in nested into high ceilings.
Tools that we use to reach difficult windows
Spick & Span have specialized window cleaning telescopic poles that enable us to reach windows upto 57ft without needing to enter a property. These tools enable us to clean windows above kitchen extensions, conservatories and other obtacles that prevent the use of a ladder. This window cleaning equipment leaves windows spotlessly clean.
The advange of this equipment is that it is very safe to use and windows that previously were uncleanable can now be cleaned.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Battersea to clean the windows of a semi-detached 4 bedroom Victorian property, in a tree lined street in Battersea, SW11, which had Sash windows, French doors and Velux windows. The windows of this Battersea property hadn’t been cleaned in the last 3 years,which was the time when it came into the current owners possession.
Spick & Span arrived on site 5 minutes early, just in time to meet the householder before she left to go to work.
The window cleaner was not previously informed that he would be left unattended during the work, but no doubt because of having heard of positive comments from others who have taken out the service, the homeowner, who although was a first-time client, felt comfortable enough to leave the window cleaner unattended with a set of house keys and the code for alarm. Before leaving the property she instructed the window cleaner how to set the alarm which he did before he left.
In all the window cleaning took around 5 hours to complete. Spick & Span window cleaners were hired for the day to clean all the windows on the inside and outside. The client was particularly eager to have the velux windows in the dormer extention cleaned as they were very grubby indeed.
Spick & Span window cleaners started to clean the windows from outside the house first. We used a 35ft carbon fibre pole to reach the third storey windows of the dormer. All the external windows of the house were thoroughly scrubbed and then rinsed with water that has had all it’s contaminants removed. This water which has been purified through reverse osmosis attracts dirt like a magnet. It was necessarry that all external windows were thoroughly cleaned more than once in some places because there was a considerable amount of dust on the windows which was the remnants of past building work.
While cleaning within the property great care was taken to avoid spilling any water. This was especially important here because all of the carpets within the home were a light beige colour and so would’ve shown up any water marks that had spilled. As a precautionary measure, and to prevent the carpets from getting soiled the window cleaner on location used dust sheets below any areas of cleaning. Tall windows were accessed and cleaned from a large step ladder which was carefully transported around the home.
When the homeowner returned home from work she was delighted to see the transformation that the window cleaning had made. She was particular impressed that her trust Spick & Span window cleaner had not been misplaced and the top windows of her home were shiny and clean. She Battersea window cleaner service that she had received.
She also promised to contact us again.
Spick & Span window cleaners went out to Chelsea SW3 today to clean the windows of a property that had in the past been the home of a very notable Chelsea resident. The properties illustrious past has been marked by the English heritage society with a prestigious blue plaque.
This period property in Oakley Street,Chelsea SW3, that Spick & Span window cleaners attended, had windows that were very dirty and that had not been cleaned for many years. As result of the neglect the windows were thick with dirt and smog which was firmly attached to the wooden frames as well as the window’s surrounds.
Spick & Span window cleaners were thrilled to be asked to clean the windows of this very historic and prestigious buildingin Chelsea, and relished the opportunity to show what a difference professional window cleaning can make.
Spick & Span window cleaners used a jet wash waterfed pole and brush system, which was used to agitated the dirt on the glass and the to rinse them clean. Not only were the glass window panes cleaned this way, but also the stonework surrounds and wooden cross beams.
The difference that the window cleaning made to the appearance of the property was astonishing. The properties outside appearance is attractive again and makes a neat impression on the street.
In all this Chelsea window cleaning project took less that 60 minutes to complete, but the results should last for many months to come.
Clare – who employed the Spick & Span window cleaners to come to Chelsea remarked that she was grateful for what she described as “an incredible job.”
Today Spick & Span window cleaners did office window cleaning in London’s Waterloo Place, close to Pall Mall, in St James’s, Westminster, London, SW1, after a price was agreed on for Spick & Span to do window cleaning there.
The quote to clean the windows of the SW1 office was accurate because the receptionist who requested the quote form Spick & SPan window cleaners was first asked to send photos.The window cleaning quote was to be for the internal window cleaning of some panes of glass partitions located on the 4th floor of an office building in St. James’s, SW1.
Spick & Span window cleaners who provide professional office window cleaning for offices and residential properties in Sw1 were called just 2 days prior to the booking, but were able to respond quickly to SW1 window cleaner request, Spick & Span window cleaners are office glass partition window cleaners close to SW1, being based very near to SW1 the area.
Upon arrival at the the office in SW1, Spick & Span window cleaners were greeted by a friendly receptionist who directed the SW1 office window cleaner to a lift and then up to the office on the 4th floor, where staff from the investment company were waiting. Span & Span window cleaners safely and carefully transported the window cleaning equipment up where the window cleaning was to start.
The window cleaning that was required in SW1 was that all the internal glass partitions in the SW1 office were to be window cleaned. It was especially important that great care be taken during the office window cleaning process as there were staff busy at work in the offices.
Spick & Span window cleaners took due window cleaning safety precautions,by using signs and dustsheets in all areas of window cleaning. Some of the office windows were obstructed by paintings and furniture which was carefully moved to prevent them from getting damaged, great care was also taken near to computers and electrical sockets and wires to prevent them from getting .
Many of the glass partitions were smeary and had finger prints on. Some were just very dusty, but the cleaning chemical and the window cleaning tools that were used wiped them away, and the results of window cleaning was visibly different.
The person responsible for the booking was very impressed with the results of the office window cleaning and with the service that Spick & Span had provided.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to SW7, Kensington, London, to clean the windows for an estate agents, who required specialist window cleaners to clean windows of a very large and luxurious property that they manage in Brechin Place, in Kensington SW7.
Spick & Span window cleaners who provide specialist window cleaning on behalf of professionals and property managers in Kensington, Brompton, Chelsea, SW7 and the surrounding areas, were pleased to carry out a bespoke SW7 window cleaner service.
Before any window cleaner work could commence at this property in SW7, Spick & Span window cleaners had to provide proof of public liability insurance and a health and safety policy.
Spick & Span window cleaners first collect the keys from the estate agents office in Westminster before travelling on to the Sw7 postal code to clean the windows as arranged. The managers of this property in Sw7 arranged with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to suspend all parking outside the property so as to allow Spick & Span window cleaners enough space to access the windows at the front of the building.
The first impressions of the property in Sw7 upon arrival was that it was very tall -6 storeys high- with an average ceiling height of around 5 metres per floor. The SW7 properties windows were extremely dirty giving evidence that they had not seen a window cleaner in many years. The building itself comprised of 4 flats. There was a ground floor flat that included a basement, this had 2 bedrooms. There was a first floor flat which had 1-bedroom; the second floor flat also had 1 bedroom. The top floor flat had 3 bedrooms and was split level. Altogether Spick & Span window cleaners washed around 38 windows. Most of the window cleaning was done using the reach and wash method of window cleaning, but some of the window cleaning, such as the windows at the very top of building could only be window cleaned by traditional mop and squeegee window cleaning using a step ladder inside the property. 4 of the windows that were cleaned were in the communal staircase. The instructions were that all windows be cleaned on the exterior only from the front and the back of the building (access via garden), and the keys were to be dropped back to the estate agents after the works completion.
Despite the height of this building all windows were reached, and made noticeably cleaner through Spick & Span’s window cleaning process.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were booked to go down to Clapham SW11 to provide a Clapham window cleaner service on a 3 bedroom property situated in Roseneath Road, Clapham. The owner of this SW11 property wanted a window cleaner who provides window cleaning services in the SW11 area, because the windows were too difficult for her to clean by herself and she is also very limited with her time. Spick & Span window cleaners who provide window cleaning in Clapham were more than happy to provide her with window cleaner services.
The windows of this attractive 4 storey Clapham house in Roseneath Road, Clapham, were window cleaned on the inside and the outside . The windows of this building, as is the case of many of the windows that Spick and Span window cleaners clean when they work in the Clapham area were very high up making it necessary to use window cleaning extension poles rather than a conventional window cleaners ladder. The type of windows that were window cleaned in this SW11 property were all wooden framed windows, there were casement windows and there was also a set of French doors and bi-fold doors windows that were cleaned. The Sw11 window cleaner cleaned windows that were of different shapes and sizes, most having two glass panels. There was also a pyramid shaped roof-light window above the kitchen that was also washed.
The windows of this Sw11 property that needed a window cleaner were very dirty, some windows had the appearance of not being window cleaned for some time. Some of the windows were window cleaned from the ground using long extension window cleaner poles, but other windows were cleaned from the balconies and by reaching out of the Sw11 property, whilst window cleaning inside.
The window cleaner who was assigned this window cleaning task needed to provide a very professional window cleaner service in SW11. Thorough window cleaning of this Clapham property was achieved by using professional window cleaning cloths, mops,chemicals and rinsing equipment. The window cleaner who cleaned this Sw11 home also made sure that he removed his shoes when walking through this property to ensure that he did not make a mess within the home. This SW11 window cleaner also went over any marks that were left on the windows with a micro-fibre cloth so as to remove water stains.
At the conclusion of the job the homeowner requested a tri-annual window cleaner service and was thoroughly impressed with difference that the Clapham window cleaner had made.
The window cleaning in Sw11 in all took around 3 hours to complete from start to finish.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were booked to go down to Pimlico SW1V to provide a Pimlico window cleaner service on a 3 bedroom property situated in Westmoreland Terrace, Pimlico.
The owner of this Pimlico property wanted a window cleaner who provides window cleaning services in the Pimlico area, because as a busy working professional she is limited with her time.
Spick & Span window cleaners who provide window cleaning in Pimlico were advised to coordinate the Pimlico window cleaning through the home owners friend, who was the point of contact on the day.
The windows of this attractive 2 storey Pimlico house in Westmoreland Terrace, Pimlico, were window cleaned on the inside and the outside .
The windows of this building, as is the case of many of the windows that Spick and Span window cleaners clean when they work in the Pimlico area were very high up making it necessary to use window cleaning extension poles rather than a conventional window cleaners ladder.
The type of windows that were window cleaned in this Pimlico house were all wooden framed windows, there were sash windows, casement windows and there were also a set of French doors that had the windows cleaned.
The Pimlico window cleaner cleaned windows that were of different shapes and sizes, some having six glass panels and others having eight glass panels. The fanlight window above the front door was also washed.
The windows of this Pimlico property that needed a window cleaner were very dirty, some windows had the appearance of not being window cleaned for some time. Most of the windows were window cleaned from the ground using long extension window cleaner poles, but other windows were cleaned from the balconies and by reaching out of the Pimlico property, whilst window cleaning inside.
The window cleaner who was assigned this window cleaning task needed to provide a very professional window cleaner service in Pimlico.
Thorough window cleaning of this Pimlico property was achieved by using professional window cleaning cloths, mops,chemicals and rinsing equipment.
The window cleaner who cleaned this Pimlico home also made sure that he removed his shoes when walking through this property to ensure that he did not make a mess within the home.
This Pimlico window cleaner also went over any marks that were left on the windows with a micro-fibre cloth so as to remove water stains.
The friend who was home whilst the Pimlico window cleaning work took place smiled at the conclusion of the job and commented on the difference the window cleaner had made.
The window cleaning in Pimlico in all took around 2 hours to complete from start to finish.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were hired to go down to Belgravia SW1W to do window cleaning on a grade II listed 5 bedroom house in Eaton Terrace, Belgravia, for an expectant mother who was soon to give birth. Arrangements were made to coordinate the Belgravia window cleaning through the owners maid, who was the point of contact on the day.
The windows of this very attractive 5 storey Belgravia grade II listed house in Eaton Terrace, Belgravia, had all the windows cleaning done on the outside only. The windows of this building were very high up making it necessary to use window cleaning extension poles rather than a window cleaners ladder to reach them. The type of windows that were window cleaned in this Eaton Terrace, Belgravia, property were “Georgian-style” wooden framed sash windows. The Belgravia window cleaner cleaned windows that were of different shapes and sizes, some having six glass panels and others having twelve glass panels. The fanlights above the front door was also cleaned. The Belgravia windows were very dirty, some had the appearance of not being window cleaned for some time. Most of the windows were window cleaned from the ground using long extension window cleaner poles, but other windows were cleaned from the balconies and rooftops of the Belgravia property.
The window cleaner who was assigned this window cleaning task needed to provide a very professional window cleaner service in Belgravia. Thorough window cleaning of this Belgravia property was achieved by using professional window cleaning cloths, mops,chemicals and rinsing equipment. The window cleaner who cleaned this Belgravia home also made sure that he removed his shoes when walking through this property to ensure that he did not make a mess within the home. This Belgravia window cleaner also went over any marks that were left on the windows with a micro-fibre cloth so as to remove water stains.
Whilst the Belgravia window cleaner cleaned the external windows of the property the maid cleaned the windows on the inside using a domestic window cleaning chemical.The Belgravia cleaning maid smiled as she saw the difference that the window cleaning in Belgravia had made to the windows on the outside of the property.
The window cleaning in Belgravia in all took around 2 hours to complete from start to finish.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to a very grand 5 storey mid-terrace building in Eaton Place, a very desirable and sought after address in London’s Belgravia SW1X, to do some window cleaner work there on behalf of a property management company.
This beautiful 5 bedroom apartment built in a classical 19th century white stucco fronted mid-terrace building had all its windows cleaned externally.
This Eaton Place, Belgravia property had many windows that needed cleaning. The type of windows in This Belgravia home that needed window cleaning were “Georgian-style” sash windows. The window cleaner cleaned windows that were of different sizes, some having six glazing panels and others having twelve panels, there were also roof lights that were cleaned in the roof terrace and a set of french doors. The windows were very grubby, some had the appearance of having never been window cleaned as there was thick dirt covering them.
The window cleaner had to change his water several times as it quickly became black with dirt .
The Belgravia window cleaner who was assigned this window cleaning task needed to provide a very specialist window cleaner service for the Belgravia properties owner, who was described by the managers as being “very house proud and particular”.
Thorough window cleaning of this Belgravia property was achieved by using specialist window cleaner cloths, mops,chemicals and rinsing equipment. Dust sheets were used in all areas where window cleaning was done and where there was a risk of water leakage this practice was used throughout the entire duration of the window cleaning process this was to ensure that all carpets remained dry and that interior furnishings were not damaged. The window cleaner who cleaned this Belgravia home also made sure that he removed his shoes when walking through this property. This Belgravia window cleaner also went over any marks that were left on the windows with a micro-fibre cloth so as to remove water stains.
The window cleaning in Belgravia in all took around 5 hours to complete from start to finish. Much of this time was spent by the window cleaner in Belgravia cleaning the windows externally. He did this by lowering the sash windows and leaning outside and cleaning them. This window cleaning method was necessary, because all the windows that were cleaned were on the top 3 floors of the 5 storey Belgravia building ,and so were too high up to safely clean from a ladder outside.
Today a Spick & Span window cleaner went down to a street in Kensington to help one of its residents to make the windows look good for one of her guests that was soon to arrive from overseas. The Kensington based Art dealer who required the window cleaner work owns two properties in Kensington and often selects Spick & Span window cleaners to clean the smaller of her two properties, however it came as a complete surprise to be asked to come and window clean the second of her properties based in Kensington.
Spick & Span provide window cleaning in Kensington as part of Spick & Span’s Kensington window cleaner service.
Spick & Span window cleaners were tasked with was a delicate Job of cleaning the windows of this duplex penthouse mansion block apartment, which had a very fine interior. The windows were cleaned thoroughly on both the inside and the outside.
After briefly showing the Spick & Span Kensington window cleaner around the 5 bedroom apartment the owner left the window cleaner to get on with the window cleaning.
Each window cleaning project has it’s own unique and challenging circumstances. What made this work slightly challenging to window cleaner in Kensington was that the windows were very large sashes and the windows couldn’t all open up completely which made the work slightly more labour intensive. The height of the building also presented a challenge meaning that all windows had to be cleaned from inside the property.
This stunning Kensington flat was in desperate need of window cleaner. Soot and dust particles had built up on the glass creating this hazy film, and because of this the result was that many of the properties vistas had become dull, particular the view over Hyde Park.
Spick & Span window cleaners love working in Kensington and the particular window cleaner that went to this Job relished the opportunity to make the windows of this home shine. The excellent results that were achieved by this window cleaning were achieved by using traditional window cleaner techniques. The equipment used on this Kensington window cleaner Job were; a squeegee, a hand mop, dust sheets, an extension pole and a microfiber cloth, a bucket and window cleaning chemical. In all the Job took around 4 hours from start to finish.
On completion the homeowner was invited to view the effects that the window cleaning had brought to the flat in Kensington, she was very impressed that it had made such a huge difference.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to window clean the windows of a 5 bedroom property in South Kensington as part of an ongoing contract there. The flat that Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned is in Albert Hall Mansions, located near to the Royal Albert Hall and Exhibition Road in London’s South Kensington. When arriving at this property Spick & Span window cleaners were greeted by a concierge, before taking an escalator up to the 7th floor to begin the window cleaning. Whilst Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows of this 7th floor flat in Kensington they enjoyed great views of the Royal Albert and other iconic buildings in and around the city of London.
[gmap]Exhibition Road, London, [/gmap]
This window cleaning client requires that great care be taken around the property when window cleaning in South Kensington as the property houses numerous antiques, also because the client’s busy schedule the window cleaner also has to work quickly. Spick & Span window cleaners provide for this need, by providing meticulous window cleaning and by using over-shoe covers. Spick & Span window cleaners are also very careful around the furnishings of this property each time they clean the windows at this location. As the windows need to cleaned on the outside all the sash windows are also opened with extreme care.
Each window cleaner job whether it be in South Kensington or in other locations around the area of Kensington and Chelsea presents its own unique and individual challenges, and window cleaning the windows of this 7th floor property in South Kensington prove to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully. The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in South Kensington is in the height of the property, all external windows could only be cleaned and accessed from inside the property, which in this case wasn’t too difficult, as all the sash windows opened without any problems. Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that the 18 Georgian sash windows that were all cleaned on the outside were multi-paned.
All the windows were washed using traditional window cleaner methods and micro-fibre cloths, which are very good for removing stubborn dirt.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Clarendon Road, Holland Park in London W11 to clean the windows within a 5 bedroom town house , located near to Holland Park tube station, in W11. The house in Clarendon Road is located between Portland Road and Ladbroke Grove.
Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean the windows of this property in Holland Park by building company who had carried out extensive refurbishment of the house . The Georgian property had many large multi-paned windows, and french glass doors on a very large glass kitchen extension, it required that Spick & Span, as a specialist window cleaning company,use both traditional and modern window cleaning methods during the cleaning process.
Each window cleaner job has its own difficulties whether it be window cleaning in Holland Park W11 or window cleaning in other areas in and around Kensington and Chelsea, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Holland Park also presented challenges, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; these challenges can always be met successfully.
When Spick & Span arrived at this window cleaner job in Holland Park, builders were applying the last finishing touches. Spick & Span window cleaners were required to clean all the external the from top-to-bottom so that the building company could complete their project. Spick & Span window cleaners had to perform the window cleaning work within the time frame and parameters of the building company, who wanted a thorough and professional job.
Spick & Span window cleaners took great care whilst window cleaning and working in and around this prestigious property in Holland Park, which just been freshly decorated to high standard.
The main challenge for Spick & Span’s window cleaner in Holland Park was that some of the window had iron bars covering them. Also because of the height of many of the windows, a long extension pole had to be used. The client required that the windows be cleaned at both the front and back of the property, and so equipment had to be transported very carefully through the building. At the back of the property two of the floors had large french doors with multiple panes of glass that needed window cleaning.
At the end of the job the builder on site said that he was very pleased with the results and that he would be happy to recommend that Spick & Span be used to clean the windows of other houses that they were working on in the Holland Park area.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Rocks Lane, Barnes SW13, to window clean a three storey office building on behalf of a solicitors firm in Barnes SW13.
The three storey commercial building in Barnes that required a window cleaner had approximately fourteen windows The Barnes solicitors who own this building needed a window cleaner to clean the outside of the windows only.
Spick & Span window cleaners who are based just a thirty minute drive away from Barnes SW13, and offer domestic and commercial window cleaning in Barnes and the surrounding areas were more than happy to come down to clean the windows of this large commercial building. The window cleaner who cleaned this property in Barnes found that the job very tricky, due to the fact, that many of the office windows that required window cleaning, were located in very awkward places, and had to be cleaned from on top of the roof of the shop below. Although all the windows were to be cleaned on the outside, the window cleaners equipment had to be transported inside the building to one of the roofs from where the work was to begin. While the window cleaning took place, there were solicitors and other members of staff working in the building, which meant that great care had to be taken not to create too much noise or other disturbances, great care was taken not to interrupt workers unnecessarily. After the windows of one of the offices in building were cleaned, one of the staff members smiled, being pleased with the noticeable difference the window cleaning had made, and stated that the place had been ‘transformed’ through the window cleaning.
The windows of the offices of this property in Barnes were particularly grimy and dirty, no doubt in part, to the fact, that there is a busy road outside the building. It also seemed likely that the windows of the building probably had not been cleaned for years, due to the sheer height of many of the windows and the overall awkwardness of the job.
Although this window cleaner job in Barnes was not the easiest to tackle Spick & Span window cleaners, due to their years of window cleaner experience were able to transform the appearance of this property in a little over an hour and a half. The practice manager who had booked the window cleaner job, was so impressed that she intimated that she would soon being in touch again for a follow up visit.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Parson’s Green SW6 to window cleaner for the owner of a raised ground floor flat in a Mansion block on the busy New Kings Road in SW6. The windows of this two bedroom property had not been window cleaned for several years and so the windows were extremely dirty and required very rigorous window cleaning.
Spick & Span window cleaners took just 30 minutes to arrive at this property in Parson’s Green from their window cleaner home base in South London. Once on site at this Parson’s Green flat, Spick & Span window cleaners assessed all the windows in flat that required a window cleaner, and after this was done window cleaning commenced at the rear of the property, which housed five original sash windows. To clean the windows at the rear of the Parson’s Green property permission had to be sought from the downstairs neighbour and a key had to be obtained, to access the rear of the Parson’s Green property, which was done through a side gate.
Spick & Span window cleaners used a portable water-fed pole window cleaning trolley to transport the water that as used in the window cleaner job in Parson’s Green, and used a carbon-fibre telescopic pole and a very abrasive window cleaning brush, this method was the most practical. Because of the length of time that the windows had not been cleaned, each window had to be scrubbed repeatedly to ensure that the dirt was removed, particular care was made to reach the corners of the sash windows where dirt has a habit of sticking. After this was done the windows, were all rinsed clean, exposing the room within once more, a making the windows of this home in Parson’s Green like new.
The neighbour in the basement flat below was concerned about water dripping onto his windows , but Spick & Span window cleaners promised that all drips would be wiped from his windows at the jobs completion, which he was very happy about.
At the front of the property there was a well used footpath, and so to prevent risks to pedestrians Spick & Span window cleaners ensured that the window cleaning hose was carefully placed, and a high visibility sign was placed on the footpath to alert pedestrians to the dangers. The sash windows at front of this Parson’s Green property were scrubbed and rinsed, the frames were also cleaned as were the window sills. In all despite the thick dirt and terrible conditions of the window the total time taken by Spick & Span window cleaners to clean the windows of this flat in Parson’s Green was one hour.
To ensure that the window cleaner work done met with this Parson’s Green homeowners approval the work was inspected from inside the flat and afterwards the payment was received.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Earl’s Court in SW5 London to clean the windows of a large two bedroom garden flat in SW5, located just seconds away from Earl’s Court tube station. This clean was part of a regular window cleaner service in Earl’s Court.
This busy area of Earl’s Court, SW5 London is a busy arterial route of the capital through which a large number of vehicles daily pass. This creates alarming levels of fumes and pollutants, which over time stain glass and cause windows to get dirty and murky, affecting the home’s view and hence the need for window cleaners in Earl’s Court.
This home that Spick & Span window cleaners clean regularly in Earl’s Court has Large floor-to ceiling windows in the kitchen and dining area , a large sash bay window in the front bedroom and a large single sash window in the second bedroom, there are also windows in an outbuilding in the garden, which is used as an office, these get particularly dirty due to the flora and fauna.
The owner of this property is a working professional and so is time deprived, each time the windows are cleaned, Spick & Span window cleaners pre-arrange a time that is convenient for the homeowner, often at the same time when the domestic cleaner is working, and is able to provide access into to the property.
The windows of this flat in Earl’s Court are cleaned inside and outside by the window cleaner each visit, who uses both traditional and modern window cleaning techniques to accomplish the task. To start with, the outside of the windows at the back of the property were cleaned, including the annex room windows. All windows were thoroughly scrubbed and then squeegeed leaving them sparkling clean. Next work moved to the inside of the back windows, these windows were quite tricky to clean because they were floor to ceiling windows, these windows were cleaned with a telescopic extension pole with a mop on the end. All internal areas were cleaned with great care, so as not to damage carpets, skirting and furnishings.
The last part of the property to be cleaned was the front. As this is a raised ground-floor flat, with a basement property below, these windows are not able to be cleaned from a ladder, instead a water-fed telescopic pole with a brush attached is used . This pole system is fed with purified water, which is excellent for cleaning windows.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Barnes as part of a regular window cleaner service in Barnes, for a client who owns an attractive 7 bedroom property, which has 2 reception rooms, and 3 bathrooms, a kitchen, a study, a utility room and downstairs cloakroom . This spacious property located on a leafy street in Barnes, fronts a busy arterial road.
Busy traffic on this road, means that windows get dirty very quickly making the vista outside very obscure. This is why the homeowner required a regular and reliable, window cleaner in Barnes. Spick & Span provide a regular window cleaner service in Barnes and the local area. The windows of this property in Barnes are desperately difficult to clean for an unprofessional window cleaner, as like many other properties in Barnes, it has many large windows, and some that are quite awkward to reach, the windows at the front of the house are all leaded glass and are particularly difficult for novices to clean. All the windows of this property in Barnes are cleaned regularly for this client, both inside and out by Spick & Span window cleaners who are based just a 30 minute drive away from Barnes and provide regular window cleaner services in the area. The windows are cleaned by the window cleaner as regular as is required by the client, but generally they are cleaned every 4 -6 weeks both on the inside and out, this ensures that the windows are always neat in appearance and that the glass allows the maximum amount of light to penetrate into the building improving the overall feel and ambiance of the building.
The property stretches over four floors, and so to reach the windows located at the very top of the building Spick & Span window cleaners use telescopic water-fed pole , which use purified water, and so thoroughly clean the glass, without leaving any marks or spots. There are four large Velux windows at the top of the property which are cleaned on each visit using traditional window cleaning methods, great care is taken to keep all carpets dry and walls clean, when using water inside the property. Because the windows of this property in Barnes have now been cleaned regularly for some time, the job takes less time, as the window cleaner has become used to the job, this is more convenient for the homeowner, who is very busy person.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners entered into a new bi- monthly window cleaning contract in Croxted Road, Dulwich, SE21. The professionals that own this stunning 6 bedroom property in Dulwich’s Croxted Road, contacted Spick & Span window cleaners and requested a regular professional Dulwich window cleaner service as they had grown tired of the antics of there past window cleaner, who is also a window cleaner local to the Dulwich area. The reason for ending the contract with the previous window cleaners according to the owner of this property in Dulwich was that the window cleaner, cleaned the external windows only by accessing the property, which was not to the liking of the family as it interfered with the families privacy. According to homes owner, the window cleaner used to come inside the property and lean out of the windows to clean the windows externally. It has to be said that many of the windows of this 6 bedroom property were difficult to access, especially the windows on the roof of this home in Dulwich, however with specialized, and professional window cleaning equipment, such as the reach up and wash, pole method of window cleaning, that Spick & Span window cleaners use, all windows were able to be cleaned without stepping foot into the home.
There were approximately 15 Sash windows that needed the services of a professional Dulwich window cleaner, along with 3 very large roof-lights housed on the roof of kitchen extension, this extension had a number of glass doors.
The window cleaner started at the front of the property were all windows were scrubbed with a water fed brush attached to a 40ft. telescopic window cleaners pole, care was taken with the brickwork and after all windows at the front were cleaned they were rinsed with pure water. Some of the windows at the back of the Dulwich property could be cleaned from ground level with the 40ft. window cleaner pole, however, because of the kitchen extension some of the sash windows, at the back of the property could only be accessed from on top of the kitchen extension roof, after all these windows were washed, the glass kitchen doors were window cleaned. Finally the windows at the side of the home were cleaned with the use of purified water and the telescopic window cleaners pole . The glass roof-lights on top of the kitchen extension were accessed by a ladder and these were cleaned and then squeegeed dry.
The homeowner was very pleased with the services and arrangements were made to come back to the home in Dulwich to clean the windows in around 8 weeks time.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to clean the windows of property on a street located seconds away from London’s famous Portobello Road Market. This elegant property situated very near to Portobello Road had windows that had not been cleaned for many years and they were in desperate need of cleaning.
The windows that were cleaned were very high up, and at the front, where the window cleaning work began, the windows that were cleaned were, 3 large sash windows and 1 very large bay window. The windows were very dirty and had accumulated so much grime that they were very difficult to see through, and needed very thorough scrubbing with a window cleaning brush as well as rinsing with purified water, in fact because the stubbornness of the dirt and grime this window cleaning process was repeated twice, once at the start and again toward the end of the job. The window cleaner used a very large 40ft. telescopic carbon fibre window cleaning pole to reach and clean the two sash windows on the fourth floor, as the windows were extremely high and difficult to reach by any other means.
After all windows were cleaned on the outside at the front of the house, work commenced on the inside of the property were the window cleaner started at the top floor. This property, near Portobello Road, in total had 5 bedrooms, 3 cloak rooms, a kitchen and a lounge all of which had windows in that needed window cleaning. Traditional window cleaning methods were used inside the house and great care was taken not to drip water in areas of work. Particular care was taken in the lounge were a sash window was slightly restricted by the owners Piano. All windows after being cleaned were buffed with a lint-free cloth to leave a smear free finish.
Because there was no rear access at this house located close to Portobello Road all windows that were cleaned at the back of the property had be cleaned from inside the property, fortunately for the window cleaner most of the sash window slid without much difficulty although some of the windows were harder to clean because, they had been painted shut. The window on the roof terrace partly opened giving enough room for the window cleaner to climb out and clean from outside. The windows in the kitchen were cleaned by using a micro fibre cloth.
During the cleaning of the windows of this property in Notting Hill the homeowner had left the property to go to the bank and upon returning. She was thrilled to see through her windows, that were now sparkling clean.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners worked in Clapham Sw4, cleaning the windows for a first time client who wanted to get the windows of his new Clapham home cleaned in preparation for moving in with his family. Spick & Span window cleaners reached this home in Clapham very quickly as it is just a short drive away from from the work base.
The windows of this four bedroom Victorian terrace home in Clapham SW4, had 2 bay windows at the front that were extremely dusty due to an ivy bush that had become overgrown, the Velux windows in the loft were also particularly dirty.
The owner of this home in Clapham wanted a window cleaner to clean the insides and outsides of the windows of the property. This was made a little more difficult than usual as there were a number of tradesmen in the home on the day as well as house cleaners, which meant that the window cleaner who was called out to this Job in Clapham had to work very methodically and around the other tradesman in the house. The owner of the house was also around, as he was cutting down the ivy bush at the front.
The Clapham window cleaner started at the outside of the property, working in the garden this Clapham window cleaner cleaned all the windows using a waterfed pole and window cleaner brush. The windows were double glazed uPvc framed windows, these were quite filthy and murky with grime, but the grimy film and other deposits that were on these windows , soon were removed as the window cleaner in Clapham cleaned them with an up and down scrubbing motion, and with an abrasive window cleaners brush.
When cleaning inside the home an effort was made to not make a mess and dustsheets were put on carpets to prevent watermarks.
The Velux windows were reasonably straight forward to clean as these were able to open up, however there was one particularly difficult to reach Velux window on the hallway.
Finally the window cleaner finished up this Job on the outside at the front of the house by giving the Clapham Properties windows 2 bay windows a good scrub and then rinse, all the frames were also cleaned as they had collected a lot of dirt.
After a final inspection it was clear that the mission to smarten up this home in Clapham had been accomplished as the newly cleaned windows sparkled and glistened.
Spick & Span window cleaners in were thanked for their services in Clapham.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to W11 to clean the windows of a large Victorian townhouse on behalf of a client that was due to move in to the property within the next two weeks. This imposing but very beautiful 4 storey Victorian building, set in Holland Park W11 had recently undergone building work and the windows were rather dirty as a result, which is why a window cleaner was needed there. Ordinarily the of windows of a building this height in W11 would’ve proved difficult to clean , especially if a window cleaner only uses ladders and traditional window cleaning methods, but Span & Span window cleaners are able to reach windows that are over 40ft. by using telescopic window cleaning poles with brushes, this method of window cleaning is ideal for very tall buildings such as those in the W11 postcode area. The window cleaning method involves pumping purified water to the brush head which the window cleaner scrubs the glass with and then rinses clean with water.
Because the new owner of the property was not able to be present at the location at the time that the windows were cleaned it was prearranged that the work take place at the time that the general cleaner was home. The work took approximately 3 hours to complete, from start to finish, and all windows were cleaned outside only.
To get to the back windows of the property the window cleaner had to walk through the property, but great care was taken to avoid scratching paint work. Some of the back windows were tricky to clean as they had metal security bars, there were also french doors which were cleaned using a window cleaners mop and squeegee
Builders arrived before the work was complete and one of them noted how much better the windows appeared after cleaning.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Notting Hill to clean the windows of 2 flats on behalf of a Landlord who was in urgent need of a window cleaner for his properties in W11. He needed to have the windows cleaned within the week as new tenants were due to move in. Deeply grateful that Spick & Span window cleaners were able to come down and clean windows in Notting Hill at such short notice. He was anxious to make the window cleaning booking
These properties are managed by estate agents, and so Spick & Span window cleaners were instructed to pick up the keys to the property from Marsh and Parsons estate agents based in nearby Holland Park Avenue. Because the Landlord lives out of town payment for the work was done through a bank transfer,which he found very convenient, half of the total being paid up front.
The landlord was a delight to work for as he was very helpful in sending diagrams of the windows that needed cleaning. He also ensured that all of the windows within the properties could be easily accessed by ensuring the keys to window locks were on hand at the time of the window cleaning.
On arriving to clean the windows at this leafy street in Notting Hill it was noted that both flats that required window cleaning were within the same building, which was four stories high. The flats were both split-level, the first being a ground and first floor, 2 bedroom flat, and the second being a second and third floor, 2 bedroom flat. At the front of the property there was 1 bay window, 4 sash windows, and 1 Velux window. At the back of the property there was 1 glass roof, 9 sash windows, and 1 small casement window.
When Spick & Span window cleaners arrived to clean the windows, there was a team of around 6 cleaners who were spring cleaning the building preparing it for the new tenants and so window cleaning began at the front of building, so as not to interrupt them. The cleaners were unsure as to how the top windows could be reached due to the height and they were genuinely amazed, which could be seen when they peered out of the windows to see Spick & Span window cleaners extending their window cleaning poles, which poles can reach windows that are well over forty feet high, without the uses of ladders. The windows at the front of the property were all thoroughly scrubbed and then rinsed clean, before window cleaner work moved to inside. After consulting with the cleaning supervisor, it was agreed that the window cleaning should start at the very top of the building, and this is what took place. All windows including the Velux was cleaned using traditional window cleaning techniques, and dust sheets and overshoes were worn so as not to cause any mess. The glass roof was reached using a water-fed pole and the algae and moss that has gathered was loosened and the rinsed clean.
After the jobs completion the keys were left with the cleaning supervisor who promptly returned them to the estate agents, ready to be handed to the new tenants of this spotlessly clean property.
The Landlord was very please at how smoothly it all went.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Earl’s Court in south west London to clean the windows of a large two bedroom mansion flat in SW5, located just seconds away from Earl’s Court tube station. This client had used Spick & Span windows to clean the windows of their previous property, but now needed a reliable window cleaner for the new property in Earl’s Court.
This busy thoroughfare of Earl’s Court, south west London is a heavily traveled part of the capital which is visited by a large number of vehicles daily. This creates alarming levels of fumes and pollutants, which over time stain glass and cause windows to get dirty and murky, affecting the home’s vista and hence the need for a window cleaner in Earl’s Court.
This home that Spick & Span window cleaners visited in Earl’s Court had Large floor-to ceiling windows in the kitchen and dining area , a large sash bay window in the front bedroom and a large single sash window in the second bedroom, there were also windows in an annex room in the garden, used as an office.
The owner of this property is a working professional and was not home during the window cleaning so Spick & Span pre-arranged a time to clean the windows when the house cleaner was working and able to provide access into the this Earl’s Court property, and payment was made by a BACS transfer at a later time.
The windows of this flat in Earl’s Court were cleaned both internally and externally by the window cleaner, who used both traditional and contemporary window cleaning methods. To start with, the outside of the windows at the front of the property were cleaned. As it was a raised ground floor flat, with a basement property, which belonged to another person, these windows were cleaned without a ladder, but with a water-jet telescopic pole-brush purified water cleaning system. These windows were thoroughly scrubbed and then rinsed leaving them sparkling clean. Next work moved to the back exterior, these windows, these windows were quite tricky to clean because they were floor to ceiling windows, these windows were cleaned with a telescopic extension pole with a mop on the end. All internal areas were cleaned with great care and using sheets to protect carpets and furnishings.
After all the windows were thoroughly cleaned the homes appearance was drastically improved.
Window cleaning in Belgravia
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Belgravia SW1 to clean the windows of a Luxury 1st floor flat, set within a beautiful Georgian street in Eaton Place, Belgravia London, SW1. This first floor flat was located within yards of Belgravia Square and just a stroll away from London’s Sloane Street, SW1. The windows of this apartment, in Eaton Place, Belgravia, were cleaned at the behest of a personal assistant who was required by her boss to arrange for the window cleaning of this exceptional Belgravia property.
[gmap]2 Eaton Place, Belgravia, London, SW1[/gmap]
Eye for Detail
The windows were extremely dirty and quite high up, and difficult to reach in places,all of the windows were cleaned on the inside and outside many of which were accessed from three balconies, others were cleaned by opening the sash windows and cleaning them with a micro-fibre cloth. Spick & Span window cleaners took great care in cleaning the windows around the property and whilst cleaning.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job whether it be in Belgravia SW1 or another area of South West London presents its own unique and individual challenges to a window cleaner, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Eaton Place proved to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully.
The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in Belgravia SW1 was that the windows had not been cleaned for a number of years and so were extremely dirty, also some of the windows were difficult open, there were also a number of french door glass that needed to be cleaned.Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that the windows that were all cleaned on the outside were multi-pane and therefore had to all be thoroughly scrubbed with two micro-fibre cloths.Another obstacle that had to be overcome was that the owner of this flat needed the windows cleaned within the day, and Spick & Span had to notify a security guard of their arrival. The window cleaning of this property in Belgravia also had to be carried out at the same time that the domestic cleaner carried out their duties.
The end results of this window cleaning in Belgravia SW1 were very pleasing, because the windows were noticeably cleaner. Making the property look even more attractive and appealing, the house cleaner was really impressed with the results.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Chelsea SW3 to clean the windows of a fabulous 5 storey Georgian property, set within a beautiful Square within Chelsea SW3 . This 5 storey Georgian property was located within yards of the King’s Road in Chelsea SW3. The owner of this property arranged for Spick & Span window cleaners to come and clean the exterior windows of this property while the house cleaner was cleaning the inside of the property.
[gmap]41 Markham Square, Chelsea, London, W1[/gmap]
Eye for Detail
The owner of this luxury house in Chelsea needed window cleaning as the windows were extremely dirty and quite high up, and the regular cleaner of the house was not able to clean them.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job whether it be in Chelsea Sw3 or another area of London presents its own unique and individual challenges to a window cleaner, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Chelsea SW3 proved to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully.
The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in Chelsea SW3 was that the windows had not been cleaned for many years and so were extremely dirty , also some of the windows were not easy to clean as they had to be cleaned from inside the house, by leaning out of the windows.
Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that at the back of the property there was two large french doors and a glass conservatory.
The end results of this window cleaning in Chelsea SW3 were very pleasing, because the windows were noticeably cleaner. Making the property look even more attractive and appealing in it’s location setting.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Mayfair W1 to clean the windows of a Luxury 1st floor flat, set within a beautiful Georgian period building in Mayfair W1. The first floor flat was located within yards of Park Lane and London’s Hyde Park, W1. This apartment that Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean, in Curzon square, Mayfair, was at the time being completely redecorated in preparation for it’s owners to occupy, and needed to have the window cleaned to complete the work.
[gmap]1 Curzon Square, Mayfair, London, W1[/gmap]
Eye for Detail
The owner of this luxury flat in Mayfair needed specialist window cleaning as the windows were extremely dirty and quite high up, and difficult to reach in places, also the house fronted a fairly busy street which had high levels of pedestrian traffic at certain times of the day. Spick & Span window cleaners took great care in cleaning the windows around the property and whilst cleaning used high visibility cleaning signs in accord with health and safety regulations.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job whether it be in Mayfair W1 or another area of London presents its own unique and individual challenges to a window cleaner, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Mayfair proved to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully.
The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in Mayfair W1 was that the windows had not been cleaned for a number of years and so were extremely dirty , also some of the windows were not easy to reach.
Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that the 10 sash windows that were all cleaned on the outside were multi-pane and therefore had to all be thoroughly scrubbed and then rinsed. Spick & Span window cleaners used the reach pole method of window cleaning this property in Mayfair
The end results of this window cleaning in Mayfair W1 were very pleasing, because the windows were noticeably cleaner. Making the property look even more attractive and appealing
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Alleyn Park in Dulwich SE21 to clean the windows of a 7 bedroom double-fronted victorian detached property, that has recently undergone extensive renouvation and modernisation. This property on Alleyn Park, which is a road named after Edward Alleyn, lord of the manor of Dulwich from 1606 to 1626, and Founder of nearby Dulwich College in 1619, is very near to many other properties that Spick & Span window cleaners clean in the local area.
[gmap]Alleyn Park, Dulwich, London, SE21[/gmap]
Eye for detail
To ensure that the windows within this property in Dulwich SE21 were cleaned to a professional standard, Spick & Span window cleaners used window cleaning techinques suited to this type of property, Spick & Span window cleaners also placed dust sheets beneath them when they cleaned the windows inside the home this ensured that carpets were protected and remained dry during the whole window cleaning process.
Rising to the Challenges
The owner of this property in Dulwich, when contacting Spick & Span wasn’t very optomistic that all the windows of this property could be cleaned successfully, as many of the windows were difficult to access. This was because of a very large basement and first floor extension made entirely of glass. Added to the complexities of this window cleaner job in Dulwich was that there were also very large skylights placed on top of the rear extension with difficult to reach windows located above.
The familes Au-pair and live-in nanny had also attempted to clean many of the large paned windows herself -without success-including the internal glass sheets, but had only caused smearing, as a result.
To clean these windows to perfection Spick & Span used the reach and wash method of window cleaning externally and used other specialised cleaning styles and techniques, such as telescopic window cleaner poles to complete the window cleaning work. When cleaning the windows of this house in Dulwich internally, more traditional methods of window cleaning were used.
All windows were cleaned internally and externally, which included 3 Velux windows in the loft in around 6 hours by one window cleaner.
After the work was completed the Au-pair was shocked with the difference that the cleaning had made. She commended the window cleaner for the hard work and was confident that Her employer would be more than happy with the results and would be back in touch again soon.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Notting Hill to clean the windows of a top floor flat, of a stucco fronted terrace house in Notting Hill W11. The stucco fronted building was located on Collville Road which is located in the heart of Notting Hill , close to Portebello Road and near to the many shops that are in the area. The top floor apartment that Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned – had great views of london from it’s roof terrace.
[gmap]Collville Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 2BU[/gmap]
The owner of this charming flat in Notting Hill was in desperate need of window cleaning as they had not been cleaned in the two years of occupancy. This was no doubt because of the height of the windows and the difficulty to access the windows from outside the property.
The homeowner was very keen to choose a trustworthy window cleaning company and after to doing thorough research and checking Spick & Span’s testimonials felt secure in using Spick & Span’s window cleaning services and showed this by even being willing to leave the window cleaner un-occupied in flat while she popped down to the shops.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job whether it be in W11 or another area of London presents its own unique and individual challenges, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Notting Hill proved to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully as was the case with cleaning the window cleaning of this house in Notting Hill.
The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in Notting Hill W11 was that because of the height of the property, all external windows could only be cleaned and accessed from inside the property, which in this case wasn’t too difficult, as all the 5 sash windows opened without any problems.
Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that one of the 5 sash windows was multi-paned. Once the windows had all been cleaned with a window cleaners applicator mop and squeegee, the windows needed to be rubbed with a scrim.
There was also a vVelux window that had to be cleaned. all window were cleaned internally and externally.
The end results of this window cleaning in Notting Hill were very pleasing, because the windows were noticeably cleaner, and the home owner was very satisfied with the results of cleaning, and the speed in which they were cleaned. The homeowner was awestuck by the results of the cleaning and commented on “how the having the windows cleaned reminded her of her childhood, when mother used to clean the windows and take in the improved view afterward.”
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Kensington Gore to clean the windows of a 7th floor flat, set within a Mansion block in Kensington SW7. The Albert Hall Mansions were designed by architects R.Norman Shaw with Driver and Rew between the years of 1877-81 are located near to the Albert Hall and Hyde Park. The apartment that Spick & Span window cleaners attended to – had great views of both.
[gmap]Albert Mansions, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AG[/gmap]
Eye for Detail
The owner of this luxurious flat in Kensington was in desperate need of specialised and meticulous window cleaning. They required that great care be taken around the property, which housed numerous, and very expensive antiques. Spick & Span window cleaners respected this need by using dust sheets in all the work areas, and by using over-shoe covers; Spick & Span window cleaners took great care around the furnishings of this property. Windows were also opened with care.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job whether it be in SW7 or another area of London presents its own unique and individual challenges, and window cleaning the windows of this property in South Kensington proved to be no exception, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can usually be met successfully.
The main difficulty of this window cleaner job in Kensington SW7 was that because of the height of the property, all external windows could only be cleaned and accessed from inside the property, which in this case wasn’t too difficult, as all the sash windows opened without any problems.
Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that the 18 sash windows that were all cleaned on the outside were multi-paned and therefore once the windows had all been cleaned with a window cleaners applicator mop and squeegee, all the windows needed to be rubbed with a scrim.
The end results of this window cleaning in Kensington gore were very pleasing, because the windows were noticeably cleaner, and the home owner was very satisfied with the results of cleaning, and the care and attention that was taken. So much so, that they promised to contact Spick & Span window cleaners to come and clean the windows of their kensington flat in a couple of months time, when it is expected that the windows will again need cleaning.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Holland Park to clean the windows within a 6 bedroom terraced house , located approximately 50m from Holland Park, in W14. The house in Illchester Place is located between Kensington High Street and Holland Park Avenue.
[gmap] illchester Place, Holland Park, London, W14 8AA[/gmap]
Eye for Detail
Because the owners of this property in Holland had carried out extensive refurbishment of the whole house and had installed many glass walls, and floor-ceiling glass panels as well as a very large glass kitchen extension, it required that Spick & Span, as a specialist window cleaning company,use dust sheets throughout the cleaning process.
Rising To the Challenges
Each window cleaning job has its own complexities whether it be in W14 or another area of within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and window cleaning the windows of this property in Holland Park also presented challenges, however with the many years of window cleaning experience that Spick & Span have gained; challenges can always ussually be met as in this instance.
The house staff of this property were cleaning the home from top-to-bottom in preparation their bosses, the homeowners arrival, and so Spick & Span window cleaners needed to work within the time frame and parameter of the cleaning staff, who had struggled to clean the internal glass to a good enough standard.
Spick & Span window cleaners took great care around the property in Holland Park which housed numerous, and very expensive and delicate antiques, whilst window cleaning.
The main difficulty for Spick & Span’s window cleaner in Holland Park on this occassion was that many of the internal glass walls were very high and difficult to access from within the property. This was particulary true of the glass partition in the swimming pool in basement of the property.
Another thing that made this job quite labour intensive was that that special internal glass telescopic pole were required to clean the windows rather than ladders, so as to avoid damaging valuable artwork and wall decorations.
The end results of this window cleaning in Holland Park were visibly noticeable, and much appreciated by the housekeeper.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to West Dulwich to do and end-of-builders window clean in West Dulwich SE21, for a large building contractor company, who carry out major maintenace and building work for Southwark and many other councils within London. After recently completing a load bearing wall that took eight contractors more than two months to complete, the building firm had been approached by a janitor of the nearby flats and a local councillor of the area, and reminded of the need to clean the windows of the resident’s flats nearby that had been made a state due to the debris and dust from the building work.
After contact a number of window cleaning companies that were unable to carry out the work for various reasons, Spick & Span resonded to the call of the supervisor and were only too happy to do the needed work.
Eye for detail
Payment for the work was to be made out of the large contracting comapnies petty cash and it was neccessary that proof of the work as well as payment be privided. Spick & Span were able to provide an invoice for the work, which satisfied, these demands.
Rising to the Challenges
Because the builders had moved on to another location the deadline that the work had to be completed by was very short, also the day that the work was a arranged for was very rainy, but still our agreement was met and the end of builders window cleaning work was completed.
All the windows were carefully counted before the window cleaning work commenced and the janitor was contacted to ensure that the right windows were cleaned, as previously had been agreed. While this held up work the window cleaner remained patient throughout.
Another aspect of this job that presented a challenge was that the windows were exteremely dirty, because the the building close proximity to the builder’s site and as a result of this dirt on the windows the water and window cleaning detergent that was used to clean the windows became muddy after a short time of cleaning.
Whilst cleaning the windows a resident in the flats was suprised to see her windows being cleaned. It was also very nice to receive a personal message from the supervisor thanking Spick & Span window cleaners for alll the help that they had provide and for helping them with this tricky situation.
“You see the difference that it makes!” -S. Heynike
“I can now see every detail outside, essentially what you do is bring light back into peoples lives. I want to thank you so much for doing such an amazing job!”-L. Ashcroft
Today Spick & Span window cleaners, window cleaners who are local to the SW9 area, went down to a road in Brixton SW9 to clean the windows of a four bedroom Victorian Townhouse property there. The owner of this house in SW9 was delighted to come into contact with Spick & Span after she had met Spick & Span window cleaners cleaning the windows of another property at the end of her road in Sw9, at which time she promptly made a window cleaning booking.
When Spick & Span window cleaners arrived at this property in SW9 and made an assessment of the window cleaning method to use the window cleaning method that was decided on, in this instance, was the reach, pole method of window cleaning, this was due to the height of the upper storey windows, the only safe way to clean this property being this method of window cleaning.
The owner of this property was picking up the children from school at the time that window cleaning began, but a house cleaner let the workman into the house, and work began at the rear of the property, after all equipment was carefully carried through the house. After the window cleaning was completed at the rear of the house, equipment was carried through to the front at which point the homeowner arrived. Taking full advantage of the window cleaner on hand at he home the homeowner asked the window cleaner if an internal skylight could also be cleaned, a request that was gladly met.
The windows at the front of the house were particularly grubby in areas, and dirt was noticeable. however the purified water and brushes at the end of the reach high and wash window cleaning system were more than up to the challenge.
At the end of the clean the homeowner requested to be added to a SW9 local window cleaning service.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners, who cover the Clapham area with their window cleaning services, went to SW4 to clean the external sides of some windows of a one bedroom flat on the first floor of a building in Clapham.This one bedroom flat was set in lovely surroundings over looking Clapham Common.
The reason why Spick & Span window cleaners were chosen, over their competitors to come down and clean these windows, was that Spick & Span were able to respond to this window cleaning job at short notice. The homeowner required window cleaning in her property in Clapham within the week as she works during the day and the only way for the window cleaning work to be done was if Spick & Span window cleaners could meet with the builders and cleaners on site . To help out this desperate client, Spick & Span window cleaners who operate from just a few miles from SW4. were able to respond very quickly to this window cleaning request, and came one day after the window cleaning booking was made.
When Spick & Span window cleaners arrived on site an initial inspection was made.
The windows were mainly dusty, which was probably due to recent carpentry work and the busy road to the front of the property.The windows that required cleaning were seven in total. Three could only be accessed from a balcony and three had to be accessed from a road at the side of the flat. The window glazing type were Sash window three of which had wooden glazing panels containing multiple panes. The windows by the road were large pane sash window approximately 3m. in height.
In carrying out this window cleaning job the tools that were used were, one step ladder a dust sheet , a bucket of water and window cleaning detergent a hand held window cleaning scrubber and squeegee, a window cleaners scrim cloth, the window cleaner also used overshoes. When working from the road, the tools that were used were, a five section carbon fibre extension pole and brush a portable pump system and a barrel of purified water.
Spick & Span window cleaners took approximately one hour in cleaning all the windows of this property in Clapham and the cleaning results gave this property the finishing touch that it needed after it’s recent renovation work. The windows looked sparkling!
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Lewisham SE13 to clean the windows of a stunning Victorian period property which stretched over three floors.
This very spectacular and rather imposing approximately 8 bedroom Victorian property set on a leafy street in Lewisham SE13 had recently been converted into 4 flats by the owner. The villa boasted some attractive original period features, including stunning bay windows, stucco detailing, and original wooden framed sash windows.
As the windows are one of the main focal points of any home it is vital that windows be thoroughly cleaned if the house is to present well. However because the windows of the property had not been cleaned in at least 7 years much of the properties original appeal had been restricted, this was due in part to the dirt. This had the effect of inhibiting the view from inside, and detracting from the splendor of this period property from outside. Spick & Span window cleaners were more than happy to rise to this challenge and offer their services in SE13. The owner of the property employed Spick & Span’s Lewisham window cleaning service to bring back to new the windows of the property, unlocking the full potential of this exquisite home. Spick & Span window cleaners were able to employ the reach pole system of window cleaning in SE13, a method of cleaning that is sympathetic enough to treat period glass, but at the same time has the power to brush dirt away from the the windows. The purified water that is used in this system of cleaning attracts dirt and after cleaning leaves the window panes completely streak free.
After the window cleaner completed the work in SE13 , it was immediately noticeable the difference that cleaning the windows had made, natural light once again flooded into the property, revealing the properties charm and making it light and airy. The visual effects were immediately beheld by all. So noticeable were the effects of the window cleaning, and so impressed was the owner with Spick & Span’s SE13 window cleaning services, that the owner requested a regular window cleaning contract.
Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Forest Hill, SE23 today to clean the windows externally of a 5 bedroom Edwardian Property, despite the rainy weather.
Traditionally, when window cleaners used washing-up liquid or some other cleaning detergent, clients would be reluctant to employ them to come out on a wet day, feeling that it would be money down the drain, however,Spick & Span who are window cleaners local to SE23, do work in mild rainy conditions, and have window cleaning techniques that stand up well to light rain.
This client that they worked for today in Forest Hill, had complete confidence that the windows would be in a much improved condition, allowing more light into the home, despite the weather, and were more than happy to have Spick & Span window cleaners clean the windows in the rain.
Spick & Span window cleaners use a purified water method of window cleaning What this involves is taking ordinary tap water and putting through a 5 stage process of purification,(reverse osmosis). This purification process removes the dissolved solids, found in ordinary tap water . Without putting the tap water through this process, the dissolved solid found within ordinary tap water would leave grey spots and marks on windows if this were used to clean them.
Spick & Span window cleaners insure that the dissolved solid are removed to prevent this from happening and thoroughly test the product water.This specialized water is then transported to the work location to be used to scrub and then rinse off dirt on windows, with the aid of a telescopic pole and brush.. This purified water has an added advantage in window cleaning, in that it literally attracts the dirt away from the glass, leaving the panes spot free. Because the window pane is left wet, and not squeegeed, any rainwater that falls onto the already wet pane does not leave spotting, but runs of the pane.
Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Forest Hill today and put this system to use. First of all the windows of the front of the property were cleaned and afterwards the trolley system that transports the water was carted to rear of the property to clean the windows there.
In total around around 22 windows were cleaned externally using this window cleaning method ,that suits the rain, the homeowner was very satisfied with the results.
Spick & Span window cleaners also clean windows internally when the rain is very severe.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a one bedroom basement flat on the inside and outside for a client who is due, within the next few days, to have a home-birth.The windows of the property were in a fairly bad state and restricted light from entering in to an already dark basement flat.
Window cleaning is a very hazardous job for all but especially pregnant women which is probably why a large percentage of Spick & Span’s calls are from expectant mothers.It is mainly in the interests of hygiene, that that many want their home to be completely dust and germ free at the arrival of their children, but especially in this case as the expectant mother planned to have her child at home.
Spick & Span window cleaners rose to the challenge and kept disturbances to a minimum whilst cleaning this property in Peckham so as to show extra special consideration for the circumstances of householder, although she first asked whether she should move into another room, the window cleaner took the initiative to suggest that work begin on the outside of the property, at the rear.
From the garden area, Spick & Span cleaned three casement windows and two glazing panels and the windows of a Upvc door. All windows were first of all scraped with a window cleaning scraper to remove paint marks with the exception of the windows of the door. These windows had to be treated in a different way as grooved patterns within the glass prevented them from being scraped. To clean this window effectively white spirits was used. After the white spirits was applied over the glass surface it was rubbed with with a scourer. Because of the smell of the white spirits, Spick & Span aerated the room to prevent the smell from causing any irritation to the mum-to- be. Whilst working inside the property care was taken in order to prevent water spillages and breakages. All objects were carefully removed from in front of the windows and dust sheets were placed under the bucket and step ladder. All windows frames were cleaned with a damp cloth to ensure that there were were no water marks left behind. At the front of the property was a bay window which had paint marks and thick dust blocking out the view to the street above after this window was cleaned internally and externally using a window cleaning pad and squeegee the difference was clear.
At the end of this window cleaning job without any coercion or instigation by the window cleaner this happy client said that she would be in touch again the future.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows of an Art Gallery in Waterloo SE1. The Art Gallery owners needed the shop windows of their gallery cleaned inside and out in preparation of its launch. It was vital for them that the windows be thoroughly cleaned by professional window cleaners working in the SE1 area as time was running out for them to get the new premises in tip top condition for the gallery which was to open within the week.
After making the call to Spick & Span window cleaners arrangements were promptly made to supply the gallery in Lower marsh road with a quick response and expert window cleaning services.
It was evident when the window cleaner arrived at the gallery that the owner and assistants were very flustered and that the window cleaning was one job that they would rather outsource. They were too busy re-arranging furniture and putting art work in desired locations to attend to the windows themselves and also they required a smear free, and perfect end result.The windows of this former shop, now to be gallery were extremely dusty and grimy and had paint spots and grease that reduced natural light from reaching to the gallery within. Spick & Span window cleaners quickly got to work on the outside windows by first lubricating the glass with a window cleaning detergent and the scraped the glass to remove paint spots and grease marks. After this process was completed, Spick and Span window cleaners used a t-bar hand applicator mop and then squeegee the glass dry using an s-motion. After this had been done a line scrim was used to buff out any marks that remained. After the outside glass was washed by the window cleaner, people that were walking down this busy market road in Waterloo began to notice much more what was taking place inside the store and became aware of that gallery was opening up. Although the inside badly needed cleaning, it was quite amazing how much difference that it made now that the outside windows had been cleaned. When the window cleaner went inside the gallery it became evident by the expressions of those within that they now had confidence that the gallery would be ready in time and they seemed to be able to visualize a little more what the overall appearance would be once the work was finally complete. The window cleaned the inside windows very much the same as outside, although with greater care not to spill water. Dust- sheets were placed under the areas where the windows were cleaned. One the attendants commented on how much better the place now looked and another said that Spick & Span had done a” smashing job.”
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to SE23 to clean the windows of three bedroom Victorian villa that lay on quiet street at the end of some terrace homes in Forest Hill. The windows of this period property set in this quiet part of London were cleaned on both the inside and outside.
The homeowner was very pleased with the efficiency of Spick & Span’s services. Having called just a day or two before to arrange the services, Spick & Span window cleaners arrived promptly and as scheduled. After the window cleaning work was completed this very satisfied customer sent to Spick & Span a review on the window cleaning services that she received saying, “how clean and clear” the windows of her house in Forest Hill looked after we left.
Initially when Spick & Span window cleaners arrived at the property in Forest Hill, we were expecting only to clean the outside windows of the house, but the householder requested internal window cleaning also after doing a little more research on the companies website.
When it was explained to the homeowner that payment for first time jobs is in cash only the householder felt no qualms to go out and leave the window cleaner in the house unattended while she went to collect dry cleaning and cash from a nearby cash-machine, while Spick & Span still worked at the house .
Spick & Span window cleaners are CRB checked window cleaners who highly prize and guard the trust that is placed in them by their clients.Spick & Span window cleaners are window cleaners of integrity who work to ensure that the trust that is placed in them is justified, even in today’s world.
Spick & Span treated the windows of this property externally with the reach up high and wash, ladder less method of pure water window cleaning. The front windows of the house had become particularly filthy, but all this dirt was removed with the water-jets that flowed from the brush heads. All the external frames of the property were also cleaned using a water-fed pole .The windows were cleaned internally using traditional methods , ladders, hand pad and squeegee window cleaning styles. Dust cover were used through out this property to ensure there were no water spillages, and all furniture was moved away from the windows using great care. This is just one job in recent times that has become a regular client of Spick & Span window cleaners in Forest Hill SE23.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Dulwich SE21 to clean the windows of a five bedroom house which had a large kitchen extension and glass roof as well as Velux windows in the kitchen extension roof. The five bedroom property was cleaned on the inside by Spick & Span window cleaners without any water spillages or drips falling on to carpets or furniture. Externally the windows of the property were cleaned using water-fed pole method after the water had been put through a five stage reverse osmosis process to remove the dissolved solids, which cause grey spots on windows when dry .The windows that were cleaned using this special purified water were left sparkling after cleaning. This was true even of the windows that had been stained with birds mess previously.
Another window cleaning company that had been used to clean the windows of this period property in Dulwich in the past had spilt dirty water on to the cream carpets when cleaning the windows on the inside of the house much to the dismay of the owners, they also and had been unsuccessful in cleaning the kitchen extension roof which is a main feature of the home.
Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the internal windows of this property taking extra special care. Overshoe covers were worn at all times by operatives whilst working in the property to prevent scuffs on the flooring and dust covers were placed under all ladders and buckets to prevent any water that was spilled, from soaking into carpets. The glazed Kitchen extension roof windows were also cleaned without making a mess on the kitchen floor.
When Spick & Span window cleaners clean internal windows of this kind, Spick & Span use the latest window cleaning technology. The latest addition to Spick & Span’s internal window cleaning tools is a window cleaning hand tool that has a built in vacuum which sucks up all water on the glass preventing water from dripping onto areas below. This method of cleaning leaves no streaks on windows and is particularly adept at cleaning Velux windows, which was proved when cleaning this property.
After the window cleaning was work was completed the windows that were once blackened with grease and dirt, allowed daylight to enter bringing the homeowner back in touch with the outside world.The homeowner was filled with praise for the work that Spick & Span had accomplished with the window cleaning of this house and kitchen extension and requested Spick & Span to provide window cleaning on a regular contract.
With the spring now beckoning and the sun starting to again make it’s appearance, many homeowners around the capital are now seizing the opportunity of improving the appearance of their homes both internally and externally , by carrying out annual spring cleaning.
But although many of the cleaning jobs around the home can be done by yourself as an amateur ,or by your house-keeper, window cleaning still is one of those important spring cleaning jobs that requires the skill, and expertise of a qualified window cleaner,as well as specialized equipment. So as to get very good quality results,particularly for those high up and hard to reach windows a professional window cleaner is unavoidable.
As the sun shines through your window panes, built up dirt and grime which effects the aspect of your property become more noticeable meaning that even if the inside of the home is cleaned to a high standard your spring cleaning will not be fully effective or complete if you leave your windows uncleaned .
Dirt that is on the outsides of your windows will continue to be the bain of your life and will taunt you if you leave them unattended.
Spick and Span window cleaners based near to East Dulwich and Herne Hill were called out today to help with a spring cleaning project of a homeowner who has a Large contemporary property set in a leafy road in Herne Hill.
To maximize the amount of sunlight that enters into this dwelling Spick and Span employed the reach and wash method of glass cleaning for the high-up windows and used traditional methods for the low-down glass.
The approximate number of windows cleaned at this property using these methods were thirty ,although the floor-to ceiling- glass at the rear of the property were cleaned both internally and externally.
Like so many properties at this time of the year the windows had become very dusty, grimy and there were snail trails and cob-webs that restricted natural light from entering. Internally the windows on the lower levels had hand marks and smears of a young child that also needing a thorough wiping.
At the conclusion of the work The homeowner made an exclamation that made it quite obvious to all that she had appreciated the assistance rendered and was thoroughly impressed with both the sparking results and high degree of professionalism.
Spick & Span window cleaners went down to East Dulwich today to clean some windows of a three bedroom Victorian property. Although it was the first visit of the company to the home Dulwich the window cleaner was left inside the property to clean the windows unattended. No doubt it was because of the trustworthy and professional approach of Spick and Span window cleaners that made the householder feel comfortable enough to leave the keys of the property in the hands the window cleaner cleaning the home and leave him alone to carry out the work in the house, while she attended to other important matters.Of course this trust was respected by the window cleaner at all times.
Spick and Span window cleaners during the time that they have been operating have worked hard to build up this reputation and work hard to develop a trusting and relaxed atmosphere among clients . Spick and Span window cleaners know and recognize that trust is at the top of most prospective client’s lists of important factors in their consideration of whom to choose to provide a window cleaning service, and so help to put clients at their ease of making a selection by making available client testimonials, and by keeping an up to date CRB certificate.
The windows of the property were cleaned thoroughly on the outside and all windows that were cleaned with a mop and squeegee were also buff and detailed using a scrim. There was a kitchen extension skylight window that was accessed via an upstairs bedroom window. At the back of the kitchen extension there was a set of patio doors that had dried cement which needed scraping before being cleaned by traditional window cleaning methods, after this was completed two upstairs windows at the rear of the house were cleaned by using a water fed pole attached to a window cleaners back pack. There was a set of french doors that were cleaned and also a bay window before the window cleaner locked up the property, posted the house holders keys through the letter box, and continued at the cleaning the glass at the front of the house. The windows at the front of the house were particularly grubby and were scrubbed vigorously. The two upper floor sash windows were cleaned using purified water pumped through a telescopic pole and brush the lower floor bay windows were cleaned with a hand mop and squeegee and cloth.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to West Dulwich SE21 to clean the windows of a large detached double fronted period property.
On the ground floor at front of property there was one large bay window and two large paned sash windows that required cleaning, at the side of the house were two small windows that were cleaned ,one belonged to the kitchen and the other to a downstairs toilet. At the rear of the property on the ground floor there was a utility room that had three casement windows that were washed as well as a glass door . There was also a glass kitchen extension that had a glazed roof and very large patio doors and window panes all of which required cleaning. On the upper level at the front there were five sash windows and at the rear of the property three sash windows and a glass panel.
All of the window cleaning at this property in West Dulwich took place without the homeowner being present, through prior consent, and took a total of two hours to complete.
Work started at the back of the property where the window cleaner used the following tools:A ladder, a carbon fibre telescopic water-fed pole, a barrel of purified water, a bucket a washer mop, a squeegee, and a scrim.
The windows on the upper level at the rear of the property were the firs to be washed, they were thoroughly scrubbed with the window cleaning pole and brush, and rinsed with purified water. Then the glazed roof of the kitchen extension was cleaned. A ladder was rested on the flashing, rather than the brick work, to prevent damage to the paint work and to allow the top of the extension to be accessed for cleaning. The window cleaner used traditional methods of window cleaning and extended his reach with the use of pole. By attaching his mop and squeegee to a telescopic extension pole he was able to reach in to the corners of the roof and and as well as clean the glass, remove leaves and silt , after mopping and pulling away the dirt with a squeegee the panes were dry and dirt free. After finishing the roof the window cleaner then cleaned the large patio doors. These were cleaned without the use of ladder , but with large window cleaning tools designed for large paned floor-to-ceiling type glass. After cleaning the windows of the kitchen extension and utility room the property was made secure and locked and all tools were taken to the front of the property where work started on the front windows of the house.
The Purified water method of was used for all the windows including the fan light above the front door and the glass within the front door itself. After scrubbing all the windows they were rinsed off with pure water and left to dry.
All the windows of this double fronted period property with glass extension in West Dulwich were left completed clean without spots or smears.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went down to an educational building in Kennington south east London, where they were employed to clean internal windows located high-up in the main hall area of the building .The modern educational facility had very large glass panes put in it, approximately 30 ft. from ground level, by the building’s architect to allow maximum light to fill the hall, however glass this high is very difficult for on site cleaners to clean without having specialized high-level internal window cleaning equipment, hence the need to call professional window cleaners in.
Spick and Span were able to clean the windows and at the the same time reduce the risk of water running down the panes and damaging paintwork while cleaning by using a purpose built mop-head attached to an internal window cleaning pad .This mop and pad was connected to a telescopic window cleaning , extended to around 25 ft.To lubricate the glass and clean the windows effectively purified water was applied to the pad , this helps attract the dirt from the glass. To ensure that the glass was cleaned thoroughly and that dirt and dust adhering to glass was removed, an up- and- down and side- to- side action was used, whilst applying pressure to the mop head, to clean all the marks away from the glass. After this window cleaning action had been repeated on all the large glass panels within the hall ,the panes were inspected, and a second stage of cleaning was performed. Upon completion of the glass cleaning in the main hall area of the college, there were noticeable differences after cleaning. Work then shifted to the reception area.
Some of the windows in the reception/office had to first have some furniture moved before the windows could be cleaned .
The windows were large paned floor to ceiling glass, these had marks and smears of various descriptions preventing light from entering into in. For instance a milky white chemical substance covered much of the glass, which was the leftover results of previous attempts to clean. After the window cleaner mopped a special window cleaning solution and squeegeed the glass panels, they were again translucent and clear to look through. Posters were carefully removed from the windows at the main desk, and sellotape marks were scraped off, particular care had to be taken that no water was spilled as the window cleaner worked close to computer equipment and power supplies. After the windows were all cleaned and detailing had been done furniture that had been moved to get to the windows was put back into the original position, and the job came to it’s completion.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to Peckham SE15 to clean the windows of large yellow brick detached building.The building contained four flats,all of which were window cleaned, and one of which had recently been put up on the market, hence the call to Spick and Span window cleaners to come and help improve the appearance of the property to help with the sale.
The timing of the work was very critical as the various flat owners had to vacate the property at different times and so Spick and Span had to be methodical in working around the property.
On the ground floor at front of property there was one large window and two smaller windows all of which were leaded glass, there were smaller windows at side of property, and two larger windows at rear of property, which were also leaded glass. Seven in total. At the back of the property was a pitch rook glazed conservatory with glass rook and sides.On the first floor at the front was one large leaded glass window and two smaller windows , with another two small windows at the side,and three larger leaded glass windows at rear. eight in total.On the second floor was a Dormer/loft conversion which had one large leaded window at the front, one smaller casement window at the side, one smaller and one large window at rear four in total.
Of note with this job is that one of the large windows at the back of the property was over a downstairs neighbours conservatory.
First of all the conservatory roof was cleaned. This was particularly grubby and had green algae covering many of the panes. To clean Spick and Span window cleaners aggravated the the grime and dirt by using a strip washer pad and extension pole, once the dirt was loosened it was the rinsed with a hose pipe. The loft conversion windows were cleaned using a telescopic pole and purified water that was pumped through a brush , after being scrubbed the windows were rinsed with pure water. The first floor windows were cleaned the same way although they required cleaning twice as they had not been cleaned for some time.The ground floor windows were cleaned with a strip washer and squeegee.The windows at the front and side of the house were also cleaned using the water fed pole method of cleaning with the exception of the ground floor window which were cleaned using a micro fibre cloth. After packing away machinery the work was inspected and payment was received.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were contracted to clean the windows of an Eco-friendly building currently used as an educational and garden centre in Kennington SE11.
The contemporary building built in 2005, opened by the HRH Prince of Wales in 2007 is set in Kennington SE11within sight of the House of Commons and the sound of Big Ben . The glass areas that required cleaning were within the sites training rooms, offices, reception, meeting rooms, toilets and hall.
Different combinations of cleaning methods were used to get the best results, and flexibility was required of the window cleaner who worked ,as the the training rooms could only be cleaned intermittently, whenever the students took a break. However Spick and Span window cleaners were more than happy to meet this very reasonable request.
After being shown around the building the first area to have the window’s cleaned was a ground floor meeting room.
The meeting room had four, four-paned wooden casement windows as well as a glass door that was cleaned inside and out. The method used was the traditional window cleaning method of a strip-washer and squeegee along with the use a window cleaner’s scrim. After this attention moved to a large hall also situated on the ground floor level . The Hall had low-level and high-level glass that had become dusty because of recent floor polishing.The low-level glass consisted of approximately 17 8ft by 2ft glass panels and one glass door. The high level glass consisted of approximately 34 panes of varying sizes, the majority of these were cleaned using a 35 ft telescopic window cleaning pole and purified water making it into a very light and airy space once again.
It was noticed that on a number of the window panes of the hallway there was resin like substance that spotted the glass and so this was promptly scrapped from the glass without scratching the surface beneath.
Many of the first floor windows were cleaned externally by standing on a sturdy platform.
As the window cleaner walked around the building through the gardens to access the windows at the back of window care was taken to keep to the pathed areas and high – and low-level glass was thoroughly scrubbed and the rinsed using the purified water window cleaning machine.
The reception area windows were noticeably dirty due to it being located so closely to the garden, and also smeary, these were thoroughly scrubbed with a window cleaners strip-washer and squeegee afterwards to be left smear free.
After completing the work the facilities manager who obviously was impressed with the results remarked that they looked two hundred percent better than they had looked before.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a property in the Loughborough Junction end of Camberwell on behalf of a group of students.The student who arranged for the window cleaning on behalf of her housemates was on a strict budget and needed the work done before leaving for college, therefore the time selected for this job was early morning, but this also brought with it the challenge of keeping noise to a minimum so as to prevent disturbance to her fellow housemates that were still asleep.
At the end of the job she commented on her satisfaction with the speed that the work was done as well as the price.
The converted period house in Camberwell had ten windows in total , five of which were first floor, and the other five were on the ground floor . The window style was multi paned Georgian type sashes, therefore the method of cleaning that was suggested was the water-fed pole method of cleaning, so as to prevent lengthy time spent with detailing.
Work started at the back of the property where the windows were given a thorough rinse with purified water jetting out of an abrasive brush which scrubbed not only the glass panes making them immaculately clean , but also the wooden sash frames. Dirt could literally be seen running down the glass panes as the purified water rinsed above.
The student who required the window cleaning was impressed that window cleaning had moved forward from the use of ladders, and couldn’t help but observe the immediate difference that the cleaning had brought to the kitchen window’s where she was eating her breakfast.
After cleaning the kitchen windows ,a normally difficult to reach window above a bathroom extension ,was cleaned with ease using a telescopic pole, the lower frosted bathroom windows were cleaned with the same pole that had been retracted .
After drying the tyres sufficiently on the trolley that had transported the water and machinery to the garden ,the trolley was then wheeled to the front of the house where the window cleaning resumed.
The three top windows at the front were noticeably dirty, particularly the top third of the window panes where road film and soot had gathered, theses were scrubbed with the high pressure jet window cleaning system, which after cleaning revealed a light airy room inside the home. Finally the ground floor sash window was cleaned as was a rectangular fanlight above the front door. The whole job was completed with this method in just forty five minutes, which was most appreciated by these student who had time constraints.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning went down to East Dulwich and did exterior window cleaning of five bedroom Edwardian property that also has a very large glass kitchen extension as part of a regular six-weekly cleaning contract.
The client, who initially contacted Spick & Span via a local community forum in East Dulwich on a one-off basis, has since set up regular window cleaning to maintain the large glass kitchen extension exterior as well as the windows at the front of her Edwardian property.
After cleaning the leaded glass at the front and side of the house on the ground and first floor with a purified water method of cleaning, the large glass kitchen extension is cleaned. The large glass kitchen extension has approximately 14 large 2m by 1m panes and 5 glass roof light panels that measure approximately 2m by 1m. all of which require cleaning. To make sure that the glass extension always looks at it’s best the home owner has taken out a six-weekly cleaning schedule for the outside panes and a three to six-monthly clean for all the interior glass panels, this will be necessary because of the finger prints that the young children leave on the glass.
Spick and Span opt to clean these windows using traditional scrubbing and rinsing window cleaning methods, but have ensured that large hand tools that suit large window panes are used. When accessing the roof to clean the roof lights above, care is taken, and it has been decided only to clean this part of the the kitchen extension either early, or late in the day, as the roof felt is set on bitumen which melts and becomes unstable during times of extreme heat. When accessing the roof area leaves and other debris that hamper sunlight from entering the kitchen and office below are easily removed and glass panels are thoroughly washed.
The large bi-fold kitchen doors and window panes that bound the extension are all cleaned from ground level with a very short extension pole.
It is always the aim of Spick and Span window cleaning to keep hassle to a minimum for all clients. For example during cleaning, maximum effort is made to prevent unnecessary disturbances,also if the visit of the window cleaner is during a busy time, whereby the homeowner has been unable to visit the cash machine an electronic invoice is sent and BACS payment is encouraged.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners took just fifteen minutes to arrive on location at West Norwood from their base in Camberwell, a short distance away, making them window cleaners local to the West Norwood , SE27 area.
After arrival at the three bedroom property in West Norwood a brief assessment was made as to the cleaning methods that would be used. It was noted that some of the windows at the back of the property would be difficult to access by placing a ladder outside , because the property was set over two floors and built on a hill , meaning that the windows were very high up, also bay windows protruded out underneath the target windows, making ladder access a problem, but as the client required the inside windows cleaned as well as the outside it was decided that the best way to approach this job would be to clean all windows from inside of the property.
The client was very realistic in her expectations stating that the windows had long been neglected, and certainly had not been cleaned in the years that she had occupied the property, nevertheless good cleaning results were accomplished through the methods employed.
Spick & Span window cleaners began work at the top floor of the property where the bedrooms were located, because of water spots on the glass, a water mark removal chemical was applied to some of the windows and left to penetrate, after which it was cleaned and then rinsed. In one of the second rooms there was putty on the glass that surrounded the window frame causing the window to look unsightly this was scraped off after the glass had been washed. In the stairwell area there was a large Sash window that was badly water marked and stained and while this did not come up perfect, because of damage to the glass itself, it was greatly improved through use of a water spot removal chemical and cleaning. After these areas frosted glass was cleaned in the bathroom and toilet and three sash windows were cleaning in the lounge and dining area two of which required paint removal cleaning. A difficult to reach window was cleaned above the kitchen sink and a stained glass window near the front door was cleaned with a damp micro-fibre cloth and a fanlight window above the front door in the communal entrance was cleaned.
The client, who was a perfectionist, was very satisfied with the results. The whole job from start to finish took three hours ,for one window cleaner to complete.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners rapidly responded to a caller who required an emergency window clean in SW10, Chelsea.The owner of the four storey property, just off Fulham Road, was moving house and so desperately needed window cleaning before leaving the property.
Within just one and a half hours of calling, the window cleaner was on location at Chelsea and spent just two hours at the property cleaning, which was the time that the homeowner had specified.
The windows which required cleaning on the inside and out, were comprised of mainly multi-paned Georgian -style sash windows , but there were also french doors and fanlights that were cleaned. It had been one whole year since the windows were last cleaned, and there was staining on the outside of the glass which were the remains of plants which cling to the glass and which were growing outside of the property, also dust from building work in the area had stuck to the glass.
As the house was being cleaned internally by the properties owner, work started at the top of the home, the third storey. Sash windows were washed inside with a window cleaner hand mop and the soapy residue was wiped with a squeegee, the frames were wiped afterward. To clean the outside, the bottom sash window was raised and an extension pole was used and the cleaning process was repeated .
With the multi-paned sashes a quicker cleaning method was used involving a wet and dry scrim. First the window pane was scrubbed with a wet scrim and afterward a dry scrim was used to buff out any smears.On the second floor two french doors, with glazed panels were cleaned, the tops of these were cleaned with an extension pole, and the lower parts were cleaned with a mop and squeegee. A ladder was used to access the taller paned sashes on the ground floor of the house.
At the the front of the property was a basement which meant reaching the living room window would be difficult, however Spick and Span windows cleaners came equipped and made use of the latest window cleaning technology on the job, by employing ladder-less window cleaning, which is the method of cleaning windows with purified water that is pumped through an extension pole with a brush on the end. With this equipment the window cleaners were able to clean the window effectively.
The homeowner remarked at how much difference it had made with the windows now made cleaner.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners succeeded in cleaning the windows of a whole house for a client who complained that a previous window cleaner had made it up to the third floor only .After the job’s completion this client vowed, never again to use her previous cleaner, but in the future to use only Spick and Span to provide her with window cleaning services.
Spick and Span window cleaning were contacted a few days ago and asked to come down to Camberwell, SE5 for a client who wanted the home to look neat and tidy for her tenants as well some guests that she is soon expecting to arrive. Spick and Span were more than happy to clean the Georgian glass of this period property set in the south side of Camberwell.
Spick and Span used a combination of window cleaning methods to get the best results for this client’s Georgian home, using a special window cleaning device that enables window to be cleaned effectively at 35ft. . Spick and Span also used a special cleaning chemical, that leaves glass gleaming when used in conjunction with the hand mop and squeegee technique, that is especially suited to cleaning windows and glass inside the house.
The homeowner had a young and excited puppy, so special attention and care had to be taken by the window cleaner in and around the home as the dog was very playful and inquisitive, especially was it important to keep the doors shut to prevent the dog from running into the busy road at the front of the property.
The first and third floor windows at the front of the house were cleaned using the specialized window cleaning device, the second floor had a Georgian iron balcony and so these large Georgian sash windows were cleaned from the balcony ,the garret window’s at the top of the property which the previous window cleaner was unable to clean were cleaned from the outside the property by carefully standing on a ledge.All the windows at the back of the property except a set of french doors a basement and ground floor window and two sash windows and the rear garret window were cleaned using a high reach window cleaning device. After all work had been carried out at the property a schedule was arranged for a follow up clean.The windows of the whole house were cleaned indoors and outdoors in three and a half hours.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went down to West Dulwich, SE21, to clean the windows of a house there, after they had been contacted a few weeks ago by an email with the heading: ‘window cleaner needed in West Dulwich’. The lady who sent the email was in urgent need for the windows of her five bedroom semi-detached property in West Dulwich to be cleaned indoors and outdoors, as the previous window cleaner had mysteriously disappeared without notice , and had not cleaned the windows of the property since November last year, because of the lack of window cleaner the windows had become a little grubby with dust and spider webs, which were particularly noticeable at the front of the property when the sun shone through the windows, also the glass of the double bi-fold doors of the kitchen at the rear of the property had hand prints and other marks that had been left by grandchildren.
Spick and Span were more than happy to go down to this house in West Dulwich to clean the windows and while in the process of cleaning were offered the job to clean the windows on a regular basis.The householder explained her frustration in finding window cleaners who were thorough and reliable and asked permission to refer Spick and Span’s services to others who needed window cleaning services in West Dulwich.
The job was begun early in the morning to allow the indoors of the windows to be cleaned before the homeowner left for work. In total the job took about four and half hours for one window cleaner to complete.Work begun at the top of the house where a difficult to reach velux skylight was cleaned and a sash window in an attic room, dust sheets were used throughout the inside of the house so as not to damage the light coloured carpets . The glass roofed extension was accessed and cleaned from a balcony above the kitchen roof, and areas that could not be reached from this location were cleaned from the patio outside using a ladder that rested on a standoff placed against the wall. The bi-fold patio doors were cleaned using traditional squeegee methods.The bedroom windows were cleaned externally using a water spraying window cleaning system. Bedroom windows that could not be reached this way because location were cleaned externally from inside the house, but all lower level windows were cleaned using traditional window cleaning.
Today Spick and Span went to West Dulwich, SE21, and cleaned a conservatory and glass roof kitchen extension for a family who are preparing to welcome visitors to their home in Dulwich.
Spick and Span arrived bright and early this morning to the property in Dulwich with all the specialized conservatory cleaning equipment ready and prepared to clean the glass kitchen extension conservatory as well as roof both on the inside and on the outside.
From the inside of the conservatory the outlook of the property had become dim and gloomy looking, because of debris and leaves and other grimy material that had settled on glazed panels on top of the conservatory roof, there was also glue marks left over from stickers that had been removed and muddy foot prints that the householders had on occasions attempted to remove in vain . On the interior glass of the conservatory were finger marks and stains and other marks that needed cleaning , which their toddler had made .
To get the right cleaning results ,Spick and Span used an extension pole and the purified water method of cleaning, rather than traditional window cleaning methods on the conservatory roof glass, as this enabled the window cleaner to aggravate the dirt that adhered to glass on the roof top, also the bristles on the brushes that the window cleaner used were mono-filament, these were used to effectively lift off the grime . The windows were then rinsed with purified water, the water then left to evaporate. The end result of this was that the conservatory roof glass panels were all left gleaming, the only marks which remained were some spots left by the oil based glue this was scraped and rinsed. When cleaning inside it was vital that no water damage be caused. To prevent water damage inside, when the conservatory roof was cleaned, dust sheets were put down below areas of work and furniture and children’s toys were carefully moved out the way. the large glass panes that bounded the conservatory were cleaned with a window cleaning pad and squeegee and all remaining water marks and spots were rubbed with a damp cloth.
After all the tools were gathered up and packed away into the work vehicle. the work was inspected to ensure that it met with standards, and an arrangement was made to maintain the appearance of the conservatory and come to give it a clean once every three months.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were called out to do some urgent window cleaning work on behalf of an art gallery/sculpture studio, situated in Camberwell SE5.
The 2 storey building was successfully cleaned by Spick and Span window cleaners and transformed once again into the bright studio that the architects had designed it to be. Spick and Span window cleaners were able to achieve this result by using a specialized reach high and wash method of window cleaning.This most suited the gallery as many of the high up windows and glass were not accessible by a ladder and many of the panes were so large that they would not of suited the squeegee method of window cleaning.
The gallery had a translucent clerestory window that was cleaned and which afterwards once again allowed for maximum north light, desirable to studios, to enter the building. Spick and Span window cleaners were also able to remove all the dirt that clung to other window panes that surrounded the studio by using an abrasive brush and scrubbing with purified water, which cleans without leaving any marks.
Because of heavy foot-fall within the area, special care was given to the health and safety of workers and others in the area and so warning cones were used to cordon off the areas of work. PPE was also used by the window cleaner.
When all the glass of the commercial building was cleaned, work was carried out on the offices and communal areas. In this area of the building there were around 25 windows of varying sizes, all glass of these areas were cleaned along with the PVC frames with the reach up high and wash method of cleaning. the difference after cleaning this area was instantly noticeable because originally they were filthy with soot and dust from the busy road nearby.All windows after being scrubbed with abrasive window cleaning brushes were rinsed with purified water to ensure that they would dry without spots. The windows were then allowed to dry and afterwards inspected.After the window cleaner had made certain that he was happy with the results all the machinery and equipment was packed away, and invoice was sent to client via email .A representative of the client said later that the windows looked great!
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to London Bridge to clean the windows of a ground floor contemporary two bedroom flat located in London Bridge, SE1.
Spick and Span window cleaners were booked to clean the stylish two bedroom flat which had floor-to ceiling glass at the start of a new tenancy of the current occupiers, and after they had recently decorated.
It was arranged that the window cleaning should begin early morning, because of time constraints on the part of owners of the property. It was hoped that this would allow enough time for the flat to be cleaned internally and externally, before the owners set off for work.It was estimated that the work would take a maximum of one and a half hours.
Spick and Span arrived at 7am as arranged and begun cleaning on all the interior glass of the property, staring on the inside of the second room. The windows were cleaned using traditional methods of window cleaning , they were thoroughly scrubbed and wiped to loosen and remove all grime and hand-prints that had been left on the glass . This room also had paint marks , which had to be scraped off, with special care taken not to scratch the glass. Particular care was taken when working inside the property not to spill water on to the carpets .
It was decided by the window cleaner to leave the inside glass of the master bedroom until last to allow time for the owners to get ready for work,and their privacy was respected. Although all exterior glass was scraped and cleaned with a t-bar applicator pad and a window cleaning channel.
At the front of the property was a dining room/lounge area which had large floor to ceiling glazed panes and doors which were all cleaned , but first the venetian blinds had to be carefully discarded.After this windows were washed, they were then wiped in the corners to remove all water marks, and the skirting was wiped with a clean cloth. Following this the front outside windows were all cleaned and all the frames were wiped.The last part of the flat to be cleaned was the glass front door. After asking the homeowner if she was happy with the results of the cleaning a brief exchange was made and and explanation was given how to She could arrange future window cleans. With a brief look at the watch, the job had been completed with ten minutes to spare.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a one bedroom flat in Anerley Park, Crystal Palace, SE20. The glass and windows that were cleaned were of various shapes and sizes located in and around the raised ground floor flat in Crystal Palace. One window was in the bedroom -this was a standard size sash which the client only needed to be cleaned outside. The second window was also an outside only clean, but this was a leaded casement window. The third to clean was a set of large French doors that lead out onto a balcony, this needed cleaning outside and the top two panes needed cleaning inside as they were out of the reach of the house holder.The equipment used to carry-out the work was an extension ladder, to clean the higher window panes, and a water fed pole to clean the outside of the leaded windows and sash bedroom window.
The Client had owned the property for two years and had never had the windows cleaned , so the windows were grimy , and hadlots of finger marks on the lower panes, left by her two-year old. There were also water mineral deposits, left by the rain, which needed removing.
Permission was sought from neighbours to access their side return to clean the leaded casement windows at the side of the clients property, as the angle was very steep to reach from below, after this was granted the window cleaning trolley was put into place along with the purified water, the pole was then extended and placed safely against the leaded glass, before the machine was switched on. Once started the purified water quickly attracted the dirt that had built overtime on the glass washing it down the window pane and off the glass. After completing this the trolley was wheeled to the back garden where the bedroom sash window was and cleaning commenced there, after all windows below the point of cleaning were closed to prevent water ingress, this was cleaned.The set of french doors were cleaned with detergent and water, along with traditional window cleaners tools. The deposits of limescale and other minerals that had left noticeable spots the glass were also removed by the window cleaner using special cleaning chemical applied with a cloth.
After the window cleaner had completed all the work, which took around an hour the homeowner commented on the huge difference that had been made and how glad she now was to have a view of her garden again.
The window cleaner who was responsible for the cleaning was delighted, upon returning home to learn that this very satisfied client had left an email, stating how thrilled she was with her experiences with Spick and Span window cleaning, and her desire to recommed our services as window cleaners to others in Crystal Palace.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a residential property in SE22.The three bed. middle of terrace Victorian house was cleaned by Spick and Span window cleaners for the second time.
It had been almost a year since Spick and Span were there last and the windows during that time had become quite grimy and were in need of a good scrub, this was particularly true at the rear of the home where water mineral deposits stains had built up on the glass.The kitchen windows too were very grimy, having thick silt on , this was removed with the use of the window cleaning solution that Spick and Span window cleaners, which is adept at cutting in to grease.The higher windows at the back were reached using the water fed method, which was neccessary above the kitchen where the roof prevented ladder access to the room above.
Whilst working in the back garden the homeowner asked how long the work would take as she wanted to get some shopping as well as cash from Sainsbury’s nearby, showing her complete trust in Spick and Span’s honesty as window cleaners she felt confident to leave the window cleaner, that she had only met for the second time unattended in the home, something that many of us may feel hesitant to do.
Spick and Span window cleaners work hard to build up trust among it’s clients we recognise how intimidating being around strangers can sometimes, be particularly when letting them into your property.Spick and Span are trustworthy window cleaners who are CRB checked, which gives our clients the peace of mind and assurance of allowing us to work in and around their property.Spick and Span window cleaners are members of a government recognised trade association, that fully vets it’s members to ensure that they provide a good service.When you employ Spick and Span window cleaners to clean your property in SE22 you can be sure that you are employing window cleaner that you to can trust.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners helped a family in East Dulwich get some closure to what had been a long episode of building works and renovation projects within their new home.
The five bedroom Edwardian house situated near Alleyn’s school in East Dulwich has for many months resembled a building site,much to the dismay of the owners as builders ran over schedule due to extremely wet weather, but the finishing touches were added today when Spick and Span arrived and the windows were cleaned.
The main part of the renovation , and the area that had not been cleaned since it’s construction was the kitchen extension at the rear of the house. The kitchen extension all of which is glazed with floor-to-ceiling, two by two metre, panes of glass and three glazed bi-folding doors and has glazed panels in the roof was in desperate need of cleaning, as cement splashes were on the glass, the metal frames of the extension also required scouring due to the the presence of dust and other debris. After Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned this glazed section of the house the homeowner remarked of the improvement.
At the top of the property were two bedrooms that between them contained four velux windows, but only three were accessible, these were cleaned by using a damp cloth to collect dirt and a dry cloth to remove any smeary marks that remained.
The middle storey contained the master bedroom which had four casement windows the upper section of which contained leaded glass, this glass was cleaned with damp micro fibre cloths, as well as a T- bar window cleaners mop a squeegee and scrim.
The glazed roof lights of the kitchen extension were cleaned from out of one of the back bedrooms, after the sash windows in those rooms were cleaned and after that the opaque, frosted, glass of the bathroom was cleaned.
The main lounge area of the downstairs of the property mirrored the master bedroom, having casement windows partly containing leaded glass, these were treated as the windows in the master bedroom, and were washed using traditional window cleaning methods.
All that was left to be cleaned in the inside were the stain glass windows that surrounded the front door, these were very gently cleaned to prevent them from being damaged.
The external windows at the top of the front and side of the property were left spotless after they all were brushed clean with purified water and a carbon-fibre window cleaning extension pole, the lower windows were cleaned traditionally with the use of a small ladder.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners did a domestic window cleaning job in SE15.The work involved cleaning a two bedroom garden flat in a Victorian property internally and externally.The young couple had been in the accommodation for 18 months and the windows had not been cleaned during that time
There was a bay window at the front of the house, a fanlight above the front door, a velux window above the rear kitchen extension, two patio doors and a three pane window at the back of the kitchen. All the windows of the property were cleaned thoroughly as were all the frames.
The windows were mainly dusty due to being located on a busy road, but there was also quite a lot of grime that had stuck to the glass on the inside of the flat.
The work began at the back of the property where all the frames were first of all wiped to remove the dust and dirt. Then to remove the stubborn grime of the kitchen windows a chemical solution was applied and the grime aggravated , and scraped and then washed .
The velux window in the kitchen was reached by using a two-section ladder, and was cleaned on the inside only after a dust cover was put in place to prevent drips from soiling work surfaces and the floor beneath. As there was a problem with the mechanism of the velux window this was unable to be opened, and so the outside of the kitchen velux was cleaned from a ladder placed in the garden, and was reached with an extension pole . The glass was scrubbed and then squeegeed and all remaining spots and marks were rubbed out with a scrim.
Cleaning continued with the windows and patio doors at the rear of the home after which internal window cleaning was done on the front bay window.
To prevent the curtains from getting wet they were safely propped to the side to allow access to all the glass and this was cleaned in an s motion with both the hand mop and squeegee, all water runs were caught so as to prevent stains on surfaces underneath, at this point almost all the work was complete except the fanlight above the door, and the outside of the bay window, these were cleaned, as were the frames.
It was noticeable afterwards the difference in the properties appearance and the homeowners were very satisfied which was indicated by their generous tip.
Today Spick and Span window cleaning cleaned the windows of a 6 bedroom property in Denmark Hill. All of the glass within the house was cleaned internally and externally, this job took one window cleaner a day and a half to complete.
Work began on the first floor of the home, which housed two offices, the leaded windows of one of the offices was cleaned very delicately inside using a damp micro-fibre rag, the second office on the floor, which had a large 6 pane sash window with hinged secondary glass windows attached, was cleaned after unscrewing the secondary glazing, this was cleaned using a hand application mop and squeegee, the secondary glazing was also cleaned on both sides this way. In bedroom number one, on the first floor ,were two sash windows with secondary sliding glass, each one was maneuvered to allow the window underneath to be cleaned, the bathroom and toilet had opaque glass and so was cleaned very simply using a damp cloth. The second bedroom on the first floor had two sash windows with sliding secondary glass panels, which were cleaned the same as the windows in the first bedroom.
Moving up to the second floor, there were three bedrooms, one with a small six paned bay window, which had secondary glazing ,this was cleaned internally and externally by leaning out of the window, the second room had a small sized sash window which was cleaned much the same , and the third room had a large velux window was cleaned by pulling it’s catch and reversing the window so that both sides could be cleaned effectively.
At the entrance way of the ground floor there was a stained glass door surround, in the porch area and a fanlight above the front door which was cleaned. In the front room was a large six paned bay sash window with secondary glazing ,also a set of two paned sash windows with removable secondary glass attached. All of the secondary glazing within this room was detached with great care and the glass panels were cleaned on both sides and the sash windows were cleaned internally, before the secondary glazing was replaced. The opaque glass of the door leading from the back garden to the living room was cleaned with a cloth. The kitchen had four windows of various descriptions, which were cleaned. In the lounge was floor to ceiling glass and a set of french doors and Georgian style glass conservatory which was washed internally with the use of a ladder.The perspex roof of the conservatory was cleaned using a a special chemical and hose pipe . After all of the glass had been washed internally the front of the ground floor and first floor were cleaned externally with purified water and a water-fed pole, this method was also used at the side and rear of the property,with the exception of the conservatory, which was cleaned using more traditional methods of window cleaning.
Today Spick and Span went down to East Dulwich to clean the windows of a two bedroom flat in a converted Victorian terrace in SE22. The windows were in desperate need of a clean. The homeowner required window cleaners local to the East Dulwich area and therefore called Spick and Span to provide her with the service.The windows of the property that needed cleaning were high up on the second storey of the property,and therefore would have been very risky for a window cleaner to reach from a ladder which no doubt was one of the reasons why they had not been cleaned by anybody for such a long time.Three of the windows were located at the front and two windows were at the back of the property, all were wooden framed sash windows. The homeowner was a little embarrassed by the condition of the windows, and desired only to be able to see out of them again. This was achieved through the deep methods of window cleaning that Spick and Span use.
Spick and Span window cleaners washed the windows using abrasive brushes and jets of purified water pumped through a pole. areas where water could seep through the glass were taped to prevent water ingress. The windows at the front of the house were dirtiest as they faced a busy main road and so not only were these windows scrubbed, but they were also rinsed to ensure that all dirt was removed. high concentrations of dirt underneath the frames of the sash were also cleaned .At the back of the property the windows were not quite so dirty being away from the road, but nevertheless still needed a good clean. The water-fed pole was used to clean one of these sash windows but the other sash of the master bedroom could not be cleaned this way because a kitchen extension of the ground floor flat within the property restricted access to this window.Instead this window was cleaned by climbing out of the bedroom and cleaning it using traditional window cleaning methods from on top of the roof of kitchen extension. Care ws taken to minimize any risk in cleaning the window this way. After the final window was cleaned externally and inspection was made of cleaning to ensure that it met with the homeowners approval. After touching up a few areas a schedule was requested to have the windows cleaned every three months.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were called out to Telegraph Hill SE14 to clean a three storey, five bedroom house with a glass extension kitchen, and a glass panel roof.
After showing Spick and Span around the property to make an assessment, the homeowner expressed doubt as to whether the glass panels in the roof could be cleaned or the windows above the glass kitchen extension could be accessed, but Spick and Span found ways to clean these to a satisfactory standard. Spick and Span window cleaners were able to clean the glass panel roof windows by working from a balcony and using an extension pole with an applicator pad attached, and then following the same action, but with a squeegee. The velux window in the loft conversion was also cleaned internally and externally.
The glass kitchen extension roof was cleaned externally, by leaning a ladder against a partition wall and vigorously scrubbing the panels from above .Afterwards the loosened dirt and excess water was directed away from the glazed panels by using a squeegee.The glass kitchen extension was cleaned internally using a step ladder, special care was taken to prevent dirty water from dripping onto the table and other furniture beneath, this was accomplished by placing a waterproof sheet below.
All of the external windows at the front of the property were brushed clean using purified water run through a 30 ft. water-fed pole, special attention was given to areas beneath the frames of the sash windows where dirt often collects.The front windows were cleaned on the insides using traditional window washing methods, this was especially helpful for the windows above the glass kitchen extension at the back of the property, which could not be reached with a water-fed pole or a ladder, instead they were cleaned from inside the property, the sashes were positioned so that the windows could be cleaned from a step ladder.
Some of the windows at the back of the property could not be opened , and so could not be cleaned on the outside from inside the property, as window locks prevented them from opening, therefore the water-fed pole was used to clean these outside.
All furniture was put back into their original positions after the work was completed and all tools used for the job were gathered before payment was collected .After asking the householder if she was happy with the results, she said that she was very satisfied .
Spick and Span window cleaners went down to West Dulwich today to clean the windows of a four bedroom semi-detached house in South Croxted Road in SE21.
The homeowner was in desperate need of a window cleaner who could clean all the outside glass of the property, but particularly the velux windows of the kitchen extension, which they required to be cleaned internally and externally .
The outside of the velux windows had a green scum that covered the glass severely restricting the daylight from into the kitchen, but also looking ugly from within.Internally the velux windows had thick grease covering them, as well as stickers.the velux were cleaned on the outside using a ladder and a stand-off.
After climbing up the ladder the green algae coating the velux glass was scrubbed with a window cleaners mop attached to an extension pole, and then rinsed with a squeegee. Difficult to reach windows above the kitchen extension were cleaned using purified water pumped through a water-fed pole.
Cleaning the velux on the inside of kitchen was done using a ladder and a three stage cleaning process, so as to prevent water spillages. First a lightly damp window cleaners mop was used, second a scraper was used to remove stickers from the windows , and third a micro-fibre cloth was used to buff out any remaining marks.
The client was amazed at how much better the velux looked after cleaning. After completing the velux windows the glass in the bi-folding doors to the kitchen was cleaned using a mop and squeegee, and cement or glue spots on the glass were scraped off.
At the front of the property was a glass roof which covered the porch area this was cleaned using a water-fed pole. The front windows of the house were PVC framed and so they were cleaned along the with the glass. The top frame was cleaned first so as to remove the dirt and to prevent this from running down the window panes. following this the glass was cleaned in a side to side motion ensuring the the windows were thoroughly brushed and the rinsed down with pure water. Included in the clean was the fanlight above the front door and the glass panes inside the door itself, these were cleaned using traditional window cleaning methods. While cleaning the front of the property a neighbour also took the opportunity to enquire of Spick and Span’s window cleaning services offered in West Dulwich.
If you employ a domestic window cleaner to come to your residence to provide window cleaning services in SW7, or SW3, then you want the peace of mind to know that your property is in safe hands.But with the multitude of window cleaning companies circulating the Internet, and with the constant barrage of window cleaners who may offer their services to you by dropping leaflets to your home, how can you ensure that the domestic window cleaner that you choose to come to clean your property in Chelsea, knightsbridge or kensington will leave you satisfied with the results?
Below is a list of some important factors that you should consider before selecting a window cleaner .
- When searching for a window cleaner always look for a professional window cleaning company.You often get exactly what you pay for,at the moment there is no law against a person saying that they are a window cleaner when in reality, they are not.
- How many years of experience do they have in the window cleaning industry?if they have only been operating for a short-while then it is very likely that they have not had sufficient time to master the techniques.
- Read online reviews and ask for references.
- Ask for a demonstration. A reputable window cleaner should be more than happy to provide a demonstration of their workmanship.
- Ask whether they are members of a government recognised trade association, such as the federation of window cleaners.
- Ask for proof of insurance cover.
- Ask if they can provide proof of a CRB check statement.
- When you find a good, thorough, reliable, and trustworthy window cleaning company, stick with them.
Too many times today, people fall victim to making rash choices, and face the sad consequences, either feeling let down or dissatisfied with a window cleaner or window cleaning company , because of failing to do advance research. Many community forums are filled with the comments of people who have employed, what turned out to be dodgy tradesmen and have faced many dreadful experiences. By taking a little time, and by doing a due diligence homeowners can be spared, both the anguish and the fear of what to expect from their window cleaner, by looking for professional window cleaners that are fully vetted and work in the Chelsea, knightsbridge and Kensington regions of London. It is hoped that the above list will prevent you from making needless mistakes in this area.
Spick and Span window cleaners went to Nunhead today to clean a split level flat in Nunhead SE15. The split level Flat had six sash windows and one bay window all of which required cleaning.
The landlord of the property required an end of tenancy window cleaning service to prepare the flat for the arrival of some new tenants, although finding a window cleaner local to the Se15 area had proven difficult.
Spick and Span were contacted after the landlord had visited our website, and was extremely impressed with the ease in which arrangements were made. When doing the work she commented on the lack of fuss brought to her as a result of the way that the work was carried out .
Access to front bay window was restricted by a tree, although this was overcome by using a water-fed pole. The front sash window and bay window was cleaned with a water-fed pole although two sash windows above the bay were inaccessible by pole because of the lip of the bay window below, so these were cleaned from the inside of the property.
Around the back were three sash windows two could be cleaned from outside with the water-fed pole one was above an extension and so had to be cleaned from inside the property.
The landlord had just had the carpets of the home cleaned and so shoe covers were placed over shoes to prevent mud from soiling the carpets and the sash windows were cleaned from inside the house. Once inside It was noticed what a difference the external window cleaning had made. Mud that once clung to the sash windows had been washed off with purified water the only marks that remained were those inside the property which the landlord was cleaning herself.
The windows on the top floor of the house that were above the bay windows were cleaned from off of a step ladder by lowering and raising the sash windows whilst leaning out and mopping the glass, loosening the dirt with soapy water and squeegeeing the glass dry. Any parts of the glass that were missed were wiped with a clean cloth. At the stairwell upstairs was the other window that couldn’t be cleaned from the outside this was cleaned by climbing out of the ladder onto a roof and cleaning with a mop , squeegee and cloth.
At the end of the job the window cleaner was commended for the job done and for the efficiency of the service and a definite promise was made to use Spick and Span window cleaning services again in the near future.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners washed the glass of a canopy roof of a restaurant that is due to open in Peckham near East Dulwich on the 8th of August.The new owners of the restaurant had contacted a number of local window cleaners to the East Dulwich area, but found Spick and Span to be the nearest and most reasonably priced window cleaners and so decided accept our offer, after receiving the quote.
The glass panels of the shop roof had evidence of not having been cleaned for many years as they had algae all over. they also had moss growing on top as well as branches .The debris and soiling that was on the glass was deeply impressed and so required thorough scrubbing.
The difficulty in the job, was the location of the shop which is on a busy thoroughfare, where numerous people pass by . This presented a hazard, but was overcome. Another difficulty with the job was the glass access. Reaching the high up glass roof window panels and scrubbing them was also compounded by the extreme turn in the weather.Because of these reasons Spick and Span window cleaners decided to clean the windows using a three stage cleaning process, working at different times during the day, and using a variety of glass cleaning techniques. The dirt and algae on the windows was first of all aggravated from the panes by using a soapy glass washing solution and micro-fibre window cleaning pad on a carbon fibre pole. After loosening the dirt this was then rinsed off, the final process involved repeating step one, but this time squeegeeing off the residual dirty water.After communicating well with the owners during this period of time and working within their parameters, Spick and Span window cleaners were highly praised for their work and willingness to go the extra mile in helping them with the launch of the new business venture.
A request was made by the owners for an invoice to be made out in the company name, this was met, and advice was sought from Spick and Span window cleaners about the maintenance of the shop windows in the future as well as the possibility of Spick and Span providing window cleaning on a ongoing basis After the jobs completion an invoice was sent electronically.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned all the outside windows of a three bedroom end of terrace residential property located in East Dulwich, SE22.It is one of many residential properties that we have cleaned , although this was for the first time.
At the front of the residential property were two sash windows and a bay window which were cleaned. At the rear were two sashes a wooden framed french door a sliding glass bi-fold door and a large all-glass kitchen extension which housed two velux window,which all were thoroughly washed, as was a UPVC framed window above the extension .
The time spent cleaning the windows at this his in total was 2 hours. The reason was that the homeowners had not had the windows cleaned in sometime due to building work.
The job ran very smoothly, although there was one or two access problems, for instance at the front of the house there were some slippery tiles and sand on some of the paving slabs, which made the ladder placement a concern, but this was overcome by locating a safer place to rest the ladder. At the back of the property it was decided not to use a ladder at all because of the risk, due to the wooden decking, and so a safer alternative in the water-fed pole method of window cleaning was used.
Access to window above ,and the velux windows above the kitchen extension was not straightforward as the tile above the extension were very fragile, and so could not be stood upon. But these were accessed and cleaned safely by working from a wall which provided a sturdy and safe platform to clean the glass from.
The kitchen extension was of complete glass,but the difficulty in cleaning this proved to be the thistles that had been planted tightly to the glass, these need to be treated sympathetically so as to prevent damage whilst glass washing, but the effect of the clean afterward was that the glass dazzled with a high sheen as the sun reflected off of it.
As the fanlight of the french door was cleaned, a little water ran inside of top of the seal, which was quickly noticed by the window cleaner, who then took preventative measures and cleaned the residual water that had leaked inside the house. the bi-fold doors were cleaned with a window cleaners hand mop and squeegeed off and after this the job came to an end and Spick and Span window cleaners went of to clean the windows of another residential property in East Dulwich
The windows of the 4 bedroom terraced house that were cleaned in Brixton today had not been cleaned for thirteen years. The windows had hard baked mud covering the top two thirds of the pane, which had a very dismal effect on the outward appearance of the property, but also effected the daylight from reaching within.
The double fronted period house had very high ceilings meaning that for window cleaning the first floor was quite high and dangerous to access from a ladder.
A safer alternative of window cleaning was used, as the client required internal and external cleaning to bring the property back to standard.
Spick and Span chose to begin their cleaning on the top floor on the inside of the property, and out of the way of the homeowner who was working at home in an office downstairs, this was done so as cause minimum disturbance.
After cleaning a bay window on the inside, the sash windows were opened and then cleaned on the outside after flower pots were carefully removed from the ledges.
Furniture was covered over to prevent water drips and other debris from causing a mess in the room.
Many of the windows after being lubricated with glass cleaner were then scraped to remove years of dirt that had built up on the glass.
Black streaks of loosened dirt rolled down the panes of glass and collected on the cross beam of the sash these were wiped clean with a clean cloth as were the window frames.
There was one particular window in the hallway on the top floor of the house that was the main source of light that the homeowner especially wanted clean. It was reached using a two section ladder, and the paint marks on it were removed.
After and hour or so had passed the client travelled upstairs and became quite emotional over the transformation that window cleaning was already starting to bring to her home.
In the bathroom were transparent glass tiles that had splashes of cement on the outside these were scraped off and the glass was polished with a micro-fibre cloth.
Next it was time to move downstairs to clean the windows in the front room, a bay window at the front, and french door leading through to a courtyard at the rear, these were cleaned as were windows in a kitchen and office.
As we walked through the home afterwards it became noticeable, the difference in the feel that the property now had, the daylight now shone in, made even more noticeable by the beautiful rays of sunshine that lit up the day.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to Knightsbridge and cleaned a large one bedroom flat in a mansion house in SW7, set over ground floor and basement levels. The windows were floor to ceiling type windows, and so required the use of long ladders.The client also required the cleaning of an adjacent guest flat, at basement level.Both properties were cleaned on the inside and out.Because of the clients demanding schedule, arrangements were made through the PA for Spick and Span to come and clean the windows at a convenient time .
Spick and Span’s window cleaner was welcomed by the house keeper, after showing photo ID, and work began on the outside of the lounge area.The ladder was carefully placed on the decking area outside, after it had been negotiated carefully through the home.The windows were mainly dusty, due to the London Poplar tree seeds that had made contact with the glass , as the property is set next to lovely gardens .This dust was effectively removed, as was the the grime and other dirt, using a high performing window cleaning solution mixed with some water, a micro-fibre window cleaning pad, and window cleaning squeegee.Careful attention was given to paint spots and other blemishes on the windows, and these were successfully removed with a window cleaners scraper. After the casement style windows and french door was cleaned , they were polished using a lint free linen cloth and residual marks in the corners of the frames were lifted out.
The basement windows were large sized 2m by 2m panes, these were set around a bathroom and linking into the bedroom was a french door, which were all washed similar to the windows on the ground floor.Within the bathroom were six glass mirrors, which were very difficult for the house-keeper to clean, because of their height. Spick and Span window cleaners were able to reach and clean these without the use of a ladder, but with an extension pole.
The guest flat had sash windows with secondary glazing, and another french door.Before these were cleaned the window cleaner made sure to change his water and add some more cleaning chemical.After a brief inspection of the work, the tools were gathered, and the job came to it’s conclusion.
The house-keeper after mentioning how great a task it was to clean the windows of the flat set there in knightsbridge, hoped that we would come again to clean the windows in the future.
Why the variance in window cleaning prices?
Window cleaners prices vary greatly depending on a number of factors, as some may have noticed.But in many cases you get exactly what you pay for.
If you are happy to pay the lowest rates then don’t be too surprised if the end results of the clean leave you wondering why you hadn’t attempted to do the work yourself.
Sloppy workmanship, including the use of dirty rags and water, and an altogether un-professional approach to window cleaning are ‘the order of the day’ for all who seek simply to pay the lowest rates for window cleaning services.
Such an attitude really is to ‘shoot oneself in the foot’. Why? because, Just as there is a difference between standards of food quality in supermarkets, according to where you shop, there is also a huge variety of standards, that you should be aware of when it comes to domestic window cleaning, and choosing a window cleaner.
If you drive down a window cleaner in his price or seek to find a window cleaner who charges the lowest prices in Se22, SE23, and SE24, then be mindful that the way that they approach the work will often be in a negative frame of mind, and this will effect their eventual output.
Might it not be better to use window cleaners in SE22,SE23,SE24 who charge very reasonable rates and prices that are not too high or too low,but who charge the going rate, the average.
Recently Spick and Span window cleaners gave a quote to clean a four storey Neo-Georgian townhouse in Camberwell. The glass of the house was to be cleaned inside and out as was the conservatory , the price quoted was £100. Later we were informed that within the same week a team of three window cleaners had knocked on the door of the same home in SE5 and provided a quote to clean windows for £50, quite a variance in price.
The householder, thought it over,and concluded that he would accept Spick and Span’s quote, although more. The reason given was that he felt that the price of the competitors was simply too little for the work that would have been involved, He quite astutely,decided to go with his head .Needless to say he was very satisfied with the clean that Spick and Span did for him, and he has become a regular customer.
The benefits of using professional window cleaners
Many who look for window cleaners fail to recognise that there are; ‘window cleaners’ and there are ‘professional window cleaners’ , it is important not to confuse the two. A ‘window cleaner’ can potentially be anyone, he or she could be a DIY enthusiast or a person that has a little spare time on their hands or someone who is need of a little spending money, he or she,in less common instances, may have the best of intentions, but because of a lack of experience or the correct equipment, will not be able to deliver the high standard of cleaning that your property deserves. On the other hand ‘professional window cleaners’ who may charge a little more, because of the overheads that they incur, such as tax, insurance,storage costs,and water rates, the purchasing of professional window cleaning tools ,which when used properly, transform the entire feel of you home, and add to it’s overall beauty.
Professional window cleaners invest in training, are members of trade associations which keep them upto date of all the latest developments and news within the cleaning industry are fully vetted, helping you to feel more secure ,and to have peace of mind when they wonder around your home. Professional window cleaners also have websites, and commnicate effectively, making the window cleaning process one that is stree free.
Parking and travel times
Other factors that affect window cleaning charges are things like parking costs,and the congestion charges, these considerations should be factored in by your window cleaner when he provides you with a quote.(You may be able to reduce the cost by providing a visitor’s parking permit).Also how quickly he can arrive at your property, and how quickly he can arrive at other jobs after he has finished with you.(You may be able to reduce the cost by arranging with neighbours nearby to have your windows cleaned the same time).
The types of glass that you have within your property also makes a difference to how much a window cleaner charges. For instance some types of glass is notoriously time consuming to clean, such as Georgian glass(wooden beams that separate panes), Crittall glass( steel metal framed) or leaded glass (glass with leaded metal strips). Also if you are having the windows of your house cleaned internally, then windows with nicotine stains of thick grease or grime may take longer to clean as they require more vigorous effort and polishing, as will windows that have not been cleaned for over a year.
Make a wise decision
Many window cleaners pack up business after a short period of time because being unable to sustain themselves. Why not select a professional window cleaner who, may cahrge a little more, but one whom you can to know overtime and can rely on to provide your home with this service
Have you ever booked a window cleaner to come by and clean your windows and when the day finally arrived for him to come by, the forecast was rain all day? if so, did you feel like cancelling? Well here are some reasons to think again:
- Many window cleaners offer indoor window cleaning , which enables the cleaning of internal windows during heavier spells of rain.
- A great number of window cleaners today, use the purified water method of window cleaning, which can even be used to good effect in heavy rain.
- Light rain, contrary to common opinion, does not make windows dirty, but rather it is dust and other pollutants.
- Windows that are cleaned while it is raining will always look better than windows that have not been cleaned at all.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to Camberwell SE5 and cleaned a three bedroom Victorian terrace. Upon arriving the heavens darkened and rain began to pierce the sky. Despite the shower ,Spick and Span window cleaners continued with the work at the request of the Landlord of the property, who was preparing the home to receive some new tenant. First of all, the windows were cleaned at the front of the property, There were two bay windows and a single sash window which were cleaned with a n abrasive window cleaning pad and squeegee, despite the rain that had fallen the results of the clean were very satisfactory.Moving round to the back of the home, there was a set of french doors three sash windows and a casement window in the bathroom which were cleaned. One of the sash windows had some thick grease on which was scraped off.After all the windows were washed on the outside Spick and Span windows cleaners repeated the cleaning process in all the rooms on the inside of the house taking care not to splash water on the carpets. After an inspection of the work on it’s completion it was noted despite the shower windows all looked very clean.
The rain continued to persist throughout the day, nevertheless another booking was confirmed close by in SE15, a property similar the the first although this time the request was that it be cleaned just on the exterior. the reason given for the cleaning was that the property was to be viewed by an estate agent. The front bay window had some water marks which were removed by limescale remover before being washed and rinsed.
If you have requested a domestic window cleaner to come and carry out window cleaning services for you internally, then the last thing that you want is a window cleaner to make more mess than before he had started, by splashing water from a bucket on your carpet or walls.That is why it is often best to find a recommended window cleaner, one that you can trust.Spick and Span are recommended window cleaners in East Dulwich and other areas, where you can read genuine comments of others, regarding the consideration that is shown around the clients home, in local community forums.
Spick and Span are professional window cleaners who, when in the course of carrying out internal or external window washing,do so with great care.This they do, by carrying buckets and other hand tools that have the capacity of leaking water, with care through your home.
The water that we use when window cleaning a home is regularly changed, so as to prevent dirt build up, which if coming in contact with window frames or panels or walls within the home can leave muddy streaks.
Spick and Span window cleaners have the practice of placing any buckets that they use within the home on cardboard or waterproof sheets, which prevent soiled buckets from leaving marks on flooring.
To prevent the traipsing of mud through the property when cleaning internal glass, Spick and Span wear either plastic shoe covers or remove footwear altogether.
When cleaning the window panes Spick and Span window cleaners first of all rinse the mop that they use to release excess water, using just the amount required and at the same time prevent water draining down the window onto the surface below, by placing a hand mop which soaks up water after the squeegee is applied.
So clean and effective are our domestic window cleaning work practices that we often clean the offices and studies of our clients homes without the need to remove papers and documents, which if ever got wet would result in obvious problems.
Any wood chippings or flakes of paint that are loosened through cleaning are also vacuumed, with the householders permission.
When cleaning external windows of the property care is taken in and around flower beds, so as to prevent the destruction of flowers and plants when window cleaning outside the home.
It is always the aim of Spick and Span window cleaners to treat the home-owners property and surroundings with the respect deserved and to ensure that all window cleaning services performed are done without making a mess.
As you look around the landscape of East Dulwich it is noticeable that a number of properties in the area have on top of their roofs solar energy panels to harness the energy from the sun and to provide clean forms of energy.
Whilst good for the environment, solar panels prove a problem for home-lovers as within short amounts of time they become sullied and dirty damaging the appearance of the homes that they dwell on .Due to the grime and high pollution levels and dust within the city, solar panels provide a big target for dirt of all sorts to lock onto, but not only are they hazardous to clean, working off of a ladder, because of their precarious positions, but they also require very thorough and intense scrubbing, which is both time and labour intensive.
Spick and Span window cleaners, while primarily working as window cleaners are able to reach high into the air with their window cleaning equipment, which is equally effective on solar energy panels. The window cleaners use special abrasive brushes on the end of carbon fibre extension poles that can reach solar panels on roofs , giving them the clean that they need so as to maximise their efficiency in converting the suns rays into energy.
Few window cleaners around the East Dulwich area have branched into this avenue of cleaning, but Spick and Span window cleaners have widened out the cleaning services that they offer to keep pace with the current East Dulwich demands.In doing so Spick and Span window cleaning have as their objective the providing of a good and not too expensive window cleaning service but also add on services such as solar panel cleaning which are provided at very reasonable rates in the East Dulwich, Dulwich Village and other areas.
Using a very green method of cleaning , Spick and Span window cleaners can clean solar panels in East Dulwich without the use of harmful chemicals, Whether your solar panels are located at the front or back of your property Spick and Span window cleaners have cleaning styles that minimize water leakage and that can suit your needs. Adjustable extension poles allow us to reach panels placed at awkward angles and we can clean them on a one-off or scheduled basis.
If you would like to learn more about whether we can offer solar panel cleaning to you do not hesitate to get in contact so as to discuss your requirements.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners carried out the first phase of window cleaning in a four storey house in the Camberwell side of Peckham.The home-owners have been living in the property for six years, but had not found a suitable window cleaner during that time.
When asked why they had chosen to use Spick and Span’s services the reason given was that they had done some thorough research on the web, and read client reviews, which no doubt made them more comfortable in their selection.
On arrival to the job, the window cleaner was shown around the property, but before walking around the home he put over-shoe covers on, which impressed the home -owner, who explained that in past he had a bad experience with less considerate tradesmen who had traipsed mud through the property, he also seemed impressed, when after the first phase of cleaning was completed, the window cleaner vacuumed up the dried paint/wood chippings that had stripped off of the weather beaten sash windows.
The work done consisted of external and internal glass cleaning, which had to be done from inside the property due to the height of the building, and also building works that were being carried out on the lower ground floor. Some of the sash windows were difficult to open, which meant that some windows had to be cleaned from on top of ledges or flat roofs, with the use of an extension pole, but in the most part the method of cleaning was using a step ladder inside the house and leaning carefully outside the window. In addition to the large pane sash window that were cleaned there was also a french door that was cleaned on the ground floor . The bay window on the ground at the front of the property was first of all scrubbed with a window cleaning detergent and afterwards scraped to remove paint spots from the glass.
During the cleaning process the home-owner regularly checked the how the work was progressing and he was visibly astonished with the difference that window cleaning had made to his property.
Toward the end of the cleaning, arrangements were made to carry out the second phase of window cleaning, which will be the lower ground section of the property,inaccessible at the time due to gardening works .The client also asked about arranging a regular cleaning schedule, as he said that the windows should have been cleaned in the property long ago.
Spick and Span window cleaners did a domestic window cleaning job in East Dulwich SE22 today after being contacted by email.The cleaning requirements were that two sash bay windows with multi-paned glass and two casement windows be washed externally and that some paint marks be scraped from the glass.After arriving a brief assessment was made about the best way to get to the windows as a fence outside the property restricted the safe placement of the ladder , therefore it was decided that to minimize the risk the windows would be cleaned from inside the flat. In preparation for the work, handles had to be unscrewed from the double glazed reproduction sash windows so that they could easily slide open and allow cleaning from the inside. To ensure that the windows were cleaned to the clients satisfaction a four stage cleaning process was employed. First a damp cloth was used to loosen the dirt, second a glass scraper lifted off paint splashes, third a micro-fibre cloth picked up the loosened remains and finally a linen cloth was used to polish the glass and remove streaks.This same procedure was used on the other windows within the property. Within a short while the property was again looking neat and attractive with the outside glass dirt and paint free, the only marks that remained on the windows were those on the inside of the property.
How best can marks on the inside of a window be removed?
Spick and Span window cleaners do provide an internal as well as an external window cleaning service, but if your budget only stretches as far as to have just your outside windows cleaned the answer to the above question may be of interest to you.
Many feel that the best way to clean the windows inside the home is with vinegar and newspaper or to use a popular window cleaning spray from a supermarket, but it has often been observed that these methods do not always bring the desired results.
The first thing you must remember if you are going to clean your windows internally yourself is your safety, make sure that whatever you stand on to reach the tops of your windows is sturdy.
To get consistent results with your cleaning use micro-fibre cloths, these can be purchased now in most high streets. lightly soak one of the micro-fibre cloths in warm water and rinse dry. Apply the cloth to the glazed pane, rubbing in either a circular motion or from side to side, being careful to move into the corners, then follow the same motion with a dry micro- fibre cloth. The result should be sparking glass that is streak free.
Spick and Span window cleaners were working in and around Shakespeare Road in Herne Hill London SE24 today. They began in the early part of the morning cleaning the glass of a three bedroom property. The windows of the period property, which had not been cleaned for over a year were very grubby and therefore were cleaned both externally and internally. On this job Spick and Span used a professional window cleaners ladder and specialised glass cleaning hand tools.The dirt on the window panes was aggravated using a window cleaning detergent and scrubbed with a hand tool while excess water and loosened dirt was directed away from the glass using a channel and rubber. After this window cleaning process the windows were left looking sparkly.
The second window cleaning job of the day was a second storey one bedroom flat that had deeply soiled windows . ladder positioning from outside the property was difficult and so Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned the glass from inside the property. This was done by raising and lowering the sash windows, and reaching out of the window to wash the glass
Spick and Span next cleaned the windows of a regular client in SE24. The three bedroom converted terrace house is cleaned approximately once every 3 months. When cleaning the windows of this property care has to be taken in placing the ladder at the front garden so as not to damage the flower bed, also care needs to be taken to avoid the pets inside the house, also as the Homeowner often works from home care is taken to keep noise to the minimum disturbance is caused whilst window cleaning takes place. The property has two storeys at the front and three at the back, there is also a kitchen extension which has bi-fold doors which collect deposits of grease from cooking, these are thoroughly washed inside and out . The roof-light above the conservatory is also cleaned.
Just a few yards from this property Spick and Span moved on to window clean a three storey townhouse, this properties windows are cleaned both front and back using the pure water method of cleaning. Spick and Span window cleaners use a battery operated trolley that pumps water to the head of a brush connected to extension poles, which is able to access windows on the third storey with ease. Spick and Span washed the dirt clean by agitating the dirt first with the brush and then rinsing off with the purified water,which dries spot free. Lower level glass was cleaned using conventional window cleaning methods.
Spick and Span’s window cleaning in Herne Hill was brought to a close for the day when they finished up cleaning UPVC framed windows of a ground floor flat.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went out to Nunhead to prepare a home for the arrival of some new owners. The 2 bedroom property, which had recently been sold, needed cleaning inside and out so as to be sparkling in preparation of the the new family that will occupy the property in the near future.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went to Camberwell grove to clean the glass of a 5 storey Georgian townhouse. The Georgian glass windows were cleaned both inside and out using traditional methods.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were called out to East Dulwich to clean the windows of property that was recently modernised. The windows of the five bedroom property in East Dulwich required internal and external glass cleaning and paint removal .The leaded lights windows were cleaned using a damp microfibre cloth as were the velux windows, all other windows were cleaned using a hand mop and squeegee apart from a few difficult to reach windows which were cleaned using a water-fed pole.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to Camberwell and cleaned a glazed side- return that stretches the length of the property, covering the hallway, bathroom and kitchen. The side-return extention was accessed using a ladder, and the dirt that rested upon the glass roof was aggravated using a dirt loosening detergent and scrubbed with a microfibre pad. The loosened dirt was directed away from the glazed panel with a squeegee and blade, this same method was used to clean the windows and doors surrounding the kitchen extention and the windows of the house.
Today Spick & Span cleaned the windows in a 2 bedroom split level flat overlooking Brockwell Park in Herne Hill. The windows had not been cleaned in all the time that the current occupants have lived at the property.The flat was situated in the middle and top floors, which made accessing the windows difficult. Builders had recently carried out work outside of the property and many panes of glass had been splashed with cement which needed removing, this Spick and Span were able to do by using abrasive scouring pads.
Today Spick and Span went to clean a 6 bedroom property in Herne Hill SE24, after receiving a positive recommendation in the local community forum. The windows were cleaned internally and externally.
Today Spick and Span cleaned the windows of a 1 bedroom garden flat in Streatham, SW2 on both the inside and outside. The property had ungone building work and so the windows required thorough cleaning as well as some paint removal. After the jobs completion, the homeowner was stunned with the results.
Today Spick and Span cleaned sash windows in a two bedroom garden flat in Clapham, SW4.The windows were very dusty and hadn’t been cleaned in sometime.After cleaning inside and out with special detergent the glass was brought up to a high standard, allowing natural light to enter into the property.
“Amazing! Let there be light!” -Mrs A Bruce
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a cottage in Love walk Camberwell which had recently had some building work done to it. The leaded lights windows which were quite grubby were cleaned with a special size mop and squeegee. At the rear of the property velux windows were cleaned as were some bi-fold doors.
Today Spick & Span cleaned the Georgian glass of a four bedroom townhouse in Camberwell grove. The windows were cleaned internally an externally using microfibre cloths so as to prevent drips inside the property. At the rear of the property was a lean-to roof which was also cleaned.
A gentleman in East Dulwich was left very happy today after Spick and Span window cleaners helped to restore the front of his 4 bedroom Semi in Lordship Lane which had been left in a mess by negligent decorators.The homeowner had recently employed decorators who did a shocking job of painting his window frames, instead they painted the glass panes. Spick and Span were able to rectify this by using a paint loosening chemical, extention ladders and a paint scaper, and plenty of elbow grease. To complete the job the windows were washed and squeegeed.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a 2 bedroom property in East Dulwich after being given just 24 hours notice that they were required. The Tenants of the property were desperate for a window cleaner as they are to vacate the property by the end of the week, and want to secure the deposit paid to the landlord.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners went to East Dulwich to clean the windows of a three storey property which had some difficult to access windows at the rear. Four of the windows were above a kitchen extension and so could not be cleaned using a ladder. Spick And Span window cleaners were able to reach three of them using ladder-less window cleaning technology the fourth was cleaned safely from on top of a wall above the roof.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a three storey property in Camberwell London. The property in Grove Lane Camberwell had a lean-to conservatory roof which required deep cleaning as it is used as a main room within the house.The conservatory roof was particularly grimey as it had moss and algae which formed a thick layer on top. the roof was accessed from a ladder and cleaned thoroughly using a water-fed pole.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners cleaned a five bedroom Victorian property in Brockley, South East London.The windows were cleaned on the outside using the reach and wash method of window cleaning, which does not involve the use of ladders, but rather an extention pole with brushes on the end which has pumped to it purified water. Internally the glass was cleaned using traditional window cleaning methods.
Today Spick and Span window cleaners were called out to clean the windows of a 4 bedroom property in East Dulwich in preparation for an Artists’ Open house day as part of the Dulwich festival 2012 . The windows which hadn’t benefited from a clean for over a year will now be a welcome sight to visitors along with other exibits that are on show in the house over the weekend.
Today Spick and Span window cleaning were cleaning a first floor flat in East Dulwich when they were approached by the occupant who lives in the basement of the property. The Lady that occupied the basement garden flat was thrilled to have found window cleaners local to East Dulwich as she had been tring to find window cleaners through the foreman of the area for around two years. She was also very impressed with the cleaning methods that we used as she said that all her last window cleaner used was a bucket and rags as opposed the the reach and wash system. After we cleaned her property using the reach and wash for upper windows and traditional methods for the lower ones arrangement were made to maintain her house windows once every two months.
Today Spick & Span cleaned the windows of a shop in Lordship Lane, East Dulwich. The windows which are cleaned on a weekly basis by Spick & Span window cleaners get dirty very quickly because of being on the main road, but are treated with specialized detergents that always leave the windows looking sparkly after cleaning.
Today Spick & Span washed the glass of a first floor flat in East Dulwich. The Flat windows had been neglected for some time because of the inaccessibility of them from off of a ladder . Spick & Span were able to clean the windows of the property at the front and rear using a ladder-less form of window cleaning using a machine that pumps purified water through extension poles that have a brush on the end. this enable them to brush the windows clean at considerable height form the ground without serious risk.
Today Spick & Span were in Forest Hill washing the windows of a second floor, newly built apartment near Sydenham. The two bedroom flat had glass balconies at the front and back, which were cleaned from inside the property using an applicator , squeegee and scrim, as were all the interior windows. The glass on the exterior of the property was washed using pure water and a water-fed pole.
Today Spick & Span cleaned the windows of a property above shops in Lorship Lane, East Dulwich which had not been cleaned for 9 years. The windows which were difficult to access being above shops were cleaned from inside the property.The homeowner was so excited to have finally got her windows cleaned that she took a photograph of the clear view of the high street which she was now able to see through the glass.
Today Spick & Span helped a homeowner in East Dulwich to prepare her Three bedroom home in East Dulwich for a special visitor from overseas. The three bedroom victorian terrace property had a rear kitchen and bedroom extention which had skylights and velux windows to be cleaned, there was also an internal glass door which was cleaned as was a sheet of glass at the side of the stairwell and a glass bannister. All the glass within the property was cleaned on both the interior and exterior.
Spick & Span window cleaners are often asked by homeowners how to solve the problem of condensation that builds up on windows, and so we thought that we would write a brief article on the subject.
If you ever take a cold can of drink out of the fridge and put it on the sideboard you will notice how in a short-while water droplets form and begin dripping down the tin. What has happened? Warm air, or humidity within the air of your room when coming in contact with the cool can drops in temperature and vaporizes. The same is true when warmer air hits your window panes.
How can this be prevented? One way is to ensure that there is sufficient ventolation in the room itself, to achieve this keep the window adjar if at all possible and regularly open the windows, alternatively you can purchase a de-humidifier.When the seal to a window becomes loose and condensation gets in between the sheets of glass, you may be able to solve the problem by using a hairdryer, if not replace the sheets of glass, but ensure that , when you do , you regularly follow the steps mentioned above to prevent this occurring again.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean the windows of home in Herne Hill. The homeowner had been referred through a recommendation in her community forum. The four bedroom terrace house that dates from the 1930’s had a double glazed porch area, as well as double glazed uPVC framed windows to the front of property. The windows and frames, which had not been cleaned during the time the owner had moved in ,were scrubbed clean using purified water pumped through a waterfed pole and brush. Arrangements were made to maintain the windows on a more regular basis.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners revisited a home in Streatham Hill to clean the windows. The homeowner requested that Spick & Span return as she was very pleased with results of the first clean. The four bedroom terrace house has a bedroom in the roof space which is difficult to access using ladders, and so the waterfed pole method of cleaning was used. The work at the back of the property consisted of patio doors, three upper windows, one large lower window and a glass door, which were all cleaned using a hand mop and squeegee.
Because of recieving excellent recommendations via a local community forum, Spick & Span window cleaners were employed today to clean a 3 bedroom terrace, close to lordship lane in East Dulwich. The three bedroom house had 3 sash windows at the front and five casement windows at the back, plus three doors. All were cleaned on the inside and out.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were involved in helping a homeowner spring clean her two bedroom flat at the East Dulwich end of Peckham. The homeowner was cleaning her home in preparation of recieving a visitor, and used Spick & Span to clean the windows on the inside and outside of the property.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went to Dulwich to clean the windows of a 1st floor flat in an Victorian Property. The windows, which had not been cleaned for thirty years, were very dusty and grimey, and difficult to access which was why the homeowner had not had them cleaned earlier. Of particular note was the leaded light windows at the rear of the property which were obstucted by an overhanging roof, this was cleaned on the outside by using a waterfed pole, and inside with cleaning chemical and a microfibre cloth. All in all the job took about two hours to complete, the homeowner lamented at the end that he “wished he had found [Spick & Span’s] number sooner”.
Spick & Span cleaned today the windows of a 3 bed. terrace in East Dulwich which has kitchen extention at the rear. The kitchen extension comprised of approximately 25 square metres of glazed panels which were cleaned using traditonal window cleaning equipment.
Today Spick & Span cleaned windows of a Victorian property that was once an off-licence in East Dulwich. The period property, which had large shop panes at the front on ground level and regular sash windows on the first floor, was cleaned using traditional methods. At the rear of the property were bi-fold doors which were cleaned thoroughly on the inside and out.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning made a person in East Dulwich very happy after cleaning a 3 bedroom Victorian mid. terrace in East Dulwich within one hour of the initial phone call. The 3 bedroom terrace’s windows were described by the householder as: ‘filthy’, and were cleaned on both the in and outside. The home owner couldn’t believe that the service could run so smoothly, and called the window cleaner “a star!”. On parting she asked that a business card be taken on behalf of a relative that lives nearby.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning, cleaned a lean-to in Herne Hill. The roof of the lean-to was cleaned using a waterfed, reach up and wash pole. the Bi-fold doors were cleaned using a hand mop and squeegee.
Spick & Span window cleaners worked today at a three bedroom property in Herne Hill that had recently been decorated. The decorators had left behind paint marks on the glass on the inside and outside of the property which Spick & Span window cleaners worked hard to remove. This they did by using a special window cleaning solution along with scrapers.
Spick & Span window cleaners went to East Dulwich to wash the sash windows of 2 bedroom ground floor property. The sash windows and frames were washed both inside and out and took approximately one hour to clean. The windows which were mainly dusty, and rain spotted , were washed using the traditional hand mop and squeegee method. The homeowner was happy with the results and said she would be in touch again in the future.
Today Spick & Span were used to clean the windows of property in Wandsworth as part of an end of tenacy clean. The tenant required that special attention be given to the rear windows of the property which included: french doors, a kitchen window, and a lean-to above the Kitchen ,which because of the difficulty in reaching had been neglected for some time. After thorough cleaning, using an extention pole ,the windows of the property were in an acceptable condition.
Today Spick & Span cleaned the glass of a three bedroom property in Herne Hill. The Windows were double glazed Pvc framed although at the back there were wooden framed french glass doors which were also cleaned. The Method of cleaning was purified water using the waterfed pole system.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning, cleaned windows for a client in Camberwell. The homeowner was particularly concerned with her french glass, patio doors, which were smeared as a result of finger marks left by her four year old daughter. After the cleaning was finished the windows were sparkling and her view out to the garden was no longer blocked .
Today Spick & Span window cleaning were called out by a homeowner in Dulwich Village who was in a state of emergency, after she had attempted to clean her windows with liquid ,but without success. The homeowners in Dulwich village were in the process of moving and letting out their property and wanted to leave the property in a nice condition for the new tenants. Spick & Span were only too happy to respond at such short notice.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a 4 bedroom double fronted house along with conservatory and conservatory roof in Forest Hill. The conservatory roof was in desperate need of cleaning, and the homeowners had little expectations of how well it could be cleaned , but they were very impressed with the results that we achieved using an abrasive brush on the end of a waterfed pole.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the roof of a conservatory in East Dulwich. The homeowner who was preparing the home to be put on the market called out Spick and Span to clean the front and back of property, but asked us also to clean the conservatory. The conservatory roof had ebris on because of lose brick which had fallen from the house. The roof was quite difficult to access , but this was overcome by using extention poles along with very careful ladder placement.
In East Dulwich today Spick & Span window cleaners, cleaned a victorian three bedroom end of terrace property with a side kitchen extention. The kitchen side extention which had sash windows at the front was flanked on all sides with french glass doors and sash windows that were 2.4 metres in height. The windows of the property were cleaned using traditional window cleaning methods although at the back of the property the waterfed pole method of cleaning was used to reach some windows that were situated above a slated tile roof.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning cleaned a three bedroom terraced house in East Dulwich. The property windows which had not been cleaned for three years had upvc frames and were cleaned using purified water. At the back of the property were a set of french glass doors which were also cleaned. Here is the review that the happy client left in a local forum “I wanted to recommend a fantastic window cleaner. Mark from spick and span window cleaners did an amazing job of our windows. He was also so considerate, taking his shoes off when coming through the house and cleaning up after himself. I will not hesitate to use him again”.
Today Spick & Span cleaned a two-storey double fronted house in the Camberwell end of Peckham. The six bedroom property had recently under gone renovation which included a dormer loft extention at the rear of the property. Spick and Span were able to reach the dormer using the waterfed pole technique of window cleaning.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning,cleaned a 3 Bedroom semi-detached property in Nunhead, SE15. The windows, which were cleaned both inside and out, were quite grimey particulary in the kitchen area where grease had gathered on the the window panes. After thorough cleaning the windows were glistening again, the homeowner was very pleased with the results.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to do an end of tenancy clean of a 4 bedroom Victorian terrace set over three floors. The property in Grove Hill road Camberwell required deep cleaning of the inside and outside windows as the window’s of the period property had not been cleaned in 2 years. After the windows were washed stunning views of Lettsom Gardens could be seen from the property as could views over London to the Canary Wharf tower.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a 2 bedroom flat in Grove lane, Camberwell. The property that is near the old Mary Datchelor school, now converted into apartments, had Georgian-style casement windows. A gentleman passing by was so fascinated that he stopped to watch the operative as he used the waterfed pole to clean the glass. After the Job was completed the man that was observing enquired about the window cleaning service and asked to be added to the window cleaning round when Spick & Span were next working in that area.
Today Spick & Span were called out to clean the windows of a 4 bedroom villa near Burgess park in Camberwell SE5 .
The homeowner was in desperate need of a good window cleaner as the dirt on the windows had built up over may years and had been sun baked, and therefore restricted light from entering the property. After a thorough clean the windows glistened on what turned out to be a lovely spring day.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a two bedroom ground floor flat near Goose Green, in East Dulwich. The windows were cleaned on the outside only, except for the velux windows in the hallway and kitchen which were cleaned on both the inside and the outside. The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the velux windows as these were covered in green algae.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean the windows of a 4 bedroom house in the Gardens, East Dulwich . After the jobs completion the homeowner requested the windows to be cleaned once every three months.
Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean windows in East Dulwich SE22 today after yet another recommendation.The two bed Victorian end of Terrace in The Grove vale area of East Dulwich was cleaned using traditional methods of window cleaning at both the front and back of the property.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to clean a very modern and stylish studio flat in the South Central East complex near the Elephant & Castle. The Studio flat had floor-to-ceiling glazing on two sides of the property, the highest pane being about 4m high. The property also had floor-to-ceiling glazed doors, the total sq meterage of glass in the property being approximately 27sqm. The windows had not been cleaned since construction because of the difficulty in accessing the windows.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners were called out to wash the glass of a 3 bedroom Edwardian terrace house overlooking John Ruskin park in Herne Hill SE24. The windows were in urgent need of cleaning as a building firm had recently finished working on the exterior of the property and had left marks on the windows. Spick & Span initially were called out to clean the windows of the property on just a one-off basis , but after the work was completed the homeowners requested a repeat service on a bi-monthly basis.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a four storey Victorian property that was built in 1848. The property which is in East dulwich overlooks Peckham common and is cleaned by us on a monthly basis.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned a 6 bedroom Edwardian house in Herne hill. Although it was raining lightly throughout the day we were able to bring up the windows to a very high sparkle, using both the water fed pole method as well as ladder and squeegee techniques.
Today Spick & Span window cleaning cleaned the front and back of victorian mid terrace in East Dulwich. The property had a dormer loft extention to the rear which we were able to reach using a waterfed pole.
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Sydenham Hill SE21 close to Dulwich Village to clean the windows of a 5 bedroom detached home set in a private road.
The homeowner contacted Spick & Span window cleaners after visiting the East Dulwich Forum and seeing a positive recommendation placed on there. Her previous window cleaner for some unknown reason had vanished without giving any notice.
Spick & Span arrive at the location in SE21 in good time and well equipped to clean the double glazed windows and uPvc frames of a very large 1960’s type property. This property in SE21 had lots of glass within it many of which were very large paned. For instance there was two sets of rather large patio doors with floor-to-ceiling glass that required cleaning as well as a glass porch and glazed front door area. Architects had really designed the house to allow plenty of light to enter this building.
Spick & Span used a method of window cleaning that suited this style of building, which had many windows, by employing the reach and wash method, a ladder less form of cleaning that uses purified water to clean window. Because this method of cleaning was employed to time to clean the windows was greatly reduced and an additional benefit was that the many Upvc window frames could be cleaned at no added cost to the client.
In some areas window had to be cleaned more than once to ensure that the detergent that was use by the previous window cleaner had been completely rinsed away from the rubber seals within the double glazed glass, which leaves spots when dry when using purified water cleaning.
The client on a couple of occasions came out to inspect what was taking place, as this cleaning method had never been seen by her before, but she was very impressed with the health and safety factor, with the window cleaner having both feet on the ground at all times as she expressed that ladders were dangerous.
After the window cleaner had completed the work at this location in Sydenham Hill he asked the client to inspect the work to make sure that she was entirely satisfied with the window cleaning. This is a comment that she later placed on the East Dulwich Forum:
“Mark of Spick & Span window cleaning services is the best cleaner I have ever had – routinely cleaning the frames as well as windows. The windows are sparkling, plus he’s a charming and helpful worker. Highly recommended!”
Today Spick & Span window cleaners cleaned the windows of a three bedroom one bathroom Victorian mid terrace home, local to their area in Camberwell SE5. Spick & Span window cleaners , local to Camberwell took just a few minutes to arrive at the house from where they are based in Camberwell where they were met by a young couple.
The young family who had just recently moved into the period property in Camberwell SE5 were very desperate for a window cleaner, and for all the windows of the house be cleaned internally and externally. The windows of their new home had been badly neglected by the previous occupants, who rarely if ever had their windows cleaned, and so they required professional window cleaners to come down to the house in Camberwell to give them a very thorough and rigorous cleaning.
The homeowners had had recent renovation and building work carried out at the property and because of this there was a lot of thick dust on the windows, and also paint marks which needed scraping off, which was done without damaging the glass.The windows were black and restricted needed light from entering inside the home, Spick & Span attended to this by using a strong cleaning detergent window cleaning scrubber and squeegee .
In addition to the house windows that were cleaned internally and externally, Spick & Span window cleaners also cleaned a sun room at the rear of the property that has green algae growing on top. This algae was removed by Spick & Span window cleaner, who used a ladder to reach the lean-to roof and window cleaning scrubbers . The total amount of time spent at the job was about three hours. After completion of the work the homeowner said “It’s so nice to be able to see through the windows again!”
Today Spick & Span window cleaners went down to Brixton Hill, to what is a very busy thoroughfare of London, to help freshen up the internal and external appearance of a two bedroom Art- Deco flat, by cleaning the properties windows on both the inside and the outside.
Because this properties was located on such a busy thoroughfare on a major artery of London the windows of the home in this SW2 postal area of Brixton needed rigorous window cleaning.The windows of this two bedroom Art-Deco flat had been badly neglected over the years and were in a very poor and dirty condition.Thousands of vehicles including buses travel up this busy street in Brixton, which no doubt accounts for why there was thick dust and soot laced over the glass and frames of the windows , making the outlook of the property misty in the extreme.The occupant of the home had never managed in the many years that she lived in the property to clean the windows herself or find window cleaners local to her area, which was why the windows were in such a poor and neglected state. She came across Spick & Span window cleaners after being referred by a local community forum and she was delighted to learn that Spick & Span window cleaners are professional window cleaners local to Brixton, being based just a 10 minute drive or so from her home.
Within a short time of being at the property the homeowner commented on the efficiency and professionalism in which Spick & Span attended to the window cleaning. All the windows of the property were cleaned internally and externally as was a communal window.
Span and Span cleaned the windows with a strong window cleaning solution added to water, a window cleaning pad and squeegee and used a scrim to detail the windows making sure that no water marks were left. Within the front room the two windows there also had secondary glazing panes, which also needed cleaning. All windows were cleaned from inside the flat as there were very busy shops below making window cleaning from a ladder both impractical and dangerous from a health and safety standpoint.Although the cleaning of this property required very rigorous and thorough cleaning the diligent efforts of the window cleaners were rewarded when the happy resident said at the conclusion of a later conversation with staff members: “My windows look lovely, I am fully appreciating all the autumn colours through them!”
It is common knowledge that sunlight effects our mood. SAD syndrome, and the like, have become familiar household terms to many . In lands where there is regular sunshine people tend to be happier, whereas in lands that have less daylight and sunshine, depression runs high, even suicide.
Could this well researched and now scientifically proven fact be of any interest to window cleaners and homeowners ?Well up until recently, I thought very little about the subject until I received and email from a very satisfied client who said “that it was great to live with clean windows!” I began to think about this statement and then to think of the reactions of many of my clients, who often exclaim how nice it is to be able to see outside again and to enjoy the view into the world outside.
There is no doubt that dirt on windows does restrict nautral light from entering into a prperty and that when a window is dirty there is an increase of shadows. This leaves the occupant of the home regularly in an environment that is light deprived and dull .Clean translucent glass, that window cleaning causes maximizes the suns rays that enter the living space enhancing the properties feel and ambience.
According to a study by researchers at the University of Michigan, U.S.A., employees with a window view perform better. Contrary to popular belief, having a view does not necessarily encourage daydreaming. The magazine Business Week reports that a 1,200-person survey revealed that “workers with views of the outside world show more enthusiasm for their jobs, less frustration, more patience, better concentration, and fewer physical ailments.” In contrast, workers in windowless cubicles are likely to be “less imaginative and more irritable” and have more problems with concentration.
Windows that are dirty could negate the potential benefits that windows serve increasing enthusiasm and a well-being.
If the above hypothesis is true then window cleaners are not merely “window cleaners” but “Mood Doctors” bringing a sense of well-being and brightening up the lives of the clients they serve, changing outlooks literally, and metaphysically.
There is no denying the fact that when a person has their windows cleaned they almost always comment on the immediate difference they notice.
Could it be that there is a link between clean windows and good health?
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It’s likely that this week someone in Britain will die from an accident with a ladder, and more than a hundred will be injured. Most of these accidents occur during household maintenance and DIY, by following some advice many of these risks can be cut down or even avoided. Here are a few examples.
Before you start you should ask yourself:
“Am I up to the task?”
If you are in any doubt at all it is better to seek professional help.
“Is the ladder up to the task?”
It may be that for the type of work that you are considering that scaffolding or other access equipment will be better suited to the task at hand.
To avoid many common accidents make sure that you :
1. Get the correct ladder.
It is important that the ladder that you use is the right height for the job If the ladder is too short you will have to overstretch, if too long then you might have to put it at a dangerous angle. .The ladder that you use should meet the required British standards: BS 2037 (Aluminium) BS 1129 (Wood). All ladders have a load capacity.Make sure that your weight plus that of the tools does not exceed the limit of the ladder you are to use.
2. Inspect your ladder carefully.
Do not use a ladder that is rickety or damaged, if you notice that this is the case do not attempt to repair it have it destroyed.Wooden ladders contract in the cold and expand in the heat, so check that the rungs are still firmly riveted, and have not rotten, also look out for any cracks. Check the screws that fasten the rungs on metal ladders as well as the rungs themselves to see that they are fastened and have not been damaged by rust. Carry out any repair work and make replacements as soon as they are noticed. Before each use of the ladders remove dirt that may have accumulated in the l grooves.
3. Position the ladder correctly.
Place your ladder on a level, solid surface.The ladder should never lean sideways but should be placed at an angle of 75 degrees from the floor.
4. Provide support at the top and at the base.
Be careful where you put the top of the ladder. Make sure that the top surface against which the ladder rests is stable and nonslip. Never rest the ladder on glass or plastic such as guttering. When possible, tie it securely to a fixture, with the top rising about 1m above the top point of the landing.Take particular care that when you initially climb the ladder, you tie it at the top.If the ground slopes away from the building, place something heavy like a sand bag at the base of the ladder or tie a lower to a fixture. If the ground is uneven but solid, use a wedge to get a level base. Provide wooden board to make a firm base if the ground is soft or of loose material.If you use a stepladder make sure that all four steps are firmly on the ground.
5. Check your shoes.
Flat shoe are appropriate footwear for climbing ladders. Before you climb make sure that the sole of your shoes are dry. Remove anything like mud that might make you slip.
6. Carry things carefully.
If possible carry tools in a holder that is attached to a belt so as to leave hands free for climbing.Be deliberate and methodical, and do not rush. Remember that even a small screw driver can cause injury when dropped from height.
7. Check your state of health.
Do not climb if you are on medication, feel sick or nauseated or if you suffer from vertigo.
8. Be considerate of others.
If you are working in a public place, make the ladder easily visible, and if you have to move a ladder around a corner, be aware that others will not be expecting this. Shout a friendly warning, and check to see if the way is clear.If you have to go away and you have been unable to tie the ladder securely, get someone to stand guard, or lay the ladder down safely until you return.
9. Climb safely.
Always face the ladder when ascending or descending. When on the ladder avoid overreaching by making sure that your belt buckle (navel) stays within the stiles and keep both feet on the same rungs throughout the task.Always have three points of contact with the ladder two feet one hand.Never climb a ladder in strong winds. Do not stand or sit on the top three rungs of ladder.
10. Do not overstretch.
When you extend your arms and legs while working up high, you may make the ladder unstable. Avoid dangerous overreaching. Move the ladder often to keep it close to your work.
One of the keys to having a clean home is to educate each individual within the home of the need to play their part. This includes young children. Teach your children the value of playing their part in maintaining a clean home by making their beds, and helping in other household tasks, according to their age. You will be surprised by how much young children enjoy helping in cleaning the home, and this also has health benefits for them.
Be a shrewd consumer
When purchasing items, have in mind the cleaning time that will be required for each item.While brass or other metallic items seem attractive as home furnishings, remember that they are dust magnets, and over a course of years they require hours of dusting. So be careful not to be lured by the beauty of an objects appearance, try to think of the time it would take to clean, and weigh up whether you are prepared for such an investment.When it comes to the décor of your home think carefully about the material you select to cover your walls. For instance using semigloss to paint walls can be a good idea, particulary if you have young children because this can be washed very easily and still looks nice.You can rapidly reduce the investment of time in cleaning floors by remembering that smooth linoleum or wooden floors are easier to clean than a carpet. But beware of floors that require constant waxing as this can consume time.Choose the colours of your furnishings wisely, and remember: dark upholstery shows up the dust,and light colours are easily soiled, so look for in-between colours, and check the fabrics washability, try to get something that will be easy to clean,and will hold up to normal wear for longer.
Analyze your home to see what you could eliminate and remove items that are infrequently used. You may have to be tough with yourself on this one . If this is difficult for you to do, apply the six month test; place the infrequently used item in a box for six months and if within those six months you do not use the item you can rest assured that it isn’t needed. Get rid of it at once!If your house is large, close off a section, perhaps covering the furniture with old sheets and open it only when you have company or when it is otherwise needed. This will save you much valuable time.
Today Spick & Span went down to the millennium village in Greenwich SE10., and cleaned the windows of a Luxurious 9th floor Penthouse flat. The Penthouse, that was high-up on the 9th floor of this smart apartment block. consisted of an office space as well as two bedrooms. a kitchen,and balcony area.
The owner of this property had had many problems with the window cleaning of this property. He had attempted to clean the windows himself without success, and had been refused by a number of professional window cleaning companies in the area .Eventually the homeowner came across Spick & Span window cleaners through the internet.
This proved to be one of the most complex window cleaning jobs that Spick & Span have ever encountered.The reason for this is that the ceilings of this building were very high, and a long ladder could not be transported in the lift.The windows within the main living and office area were floor-to ceiling glazed panels,approximately 14ft. , with a mezzanine floor. The high windows had wooden intersections separating many of the panes at the top of the room making cleaning very awkward. These very tall windows had to be cleaned on the outside also. But the very narrow balcony outside the room had a metal grated floor, which meant that a water-fed pole could not used, because water would leak through the grating to the apartments below. The only method that could used to clean the windows of this building in Greenwich was traditional window cleaning methods. Clearly the buildings architect had not taken into the consideration some of the difficulties that would be encountered in cleaning these windows. By employing a 3.5m. telescopic window cleaning pole Spick & Span were able to clean the windows to a good standard.
The compensation that Spick & Span received for this extremely difficult window cleaning Job in Greenwich was the delight and relief it brought to the resident of this apartment to and the satisfaction he showed in having clean windows ,also from this height the view of the river Thames was simply breath-taking! The boats that sailed along it looked the size of match boxes. In the nearby distance the Canary Wharf tower could be seen as could the stadia that are being prepared for the Olympic games which are to be held in London in 2012.This reminds us of why being a window cleaner in south east London, although can be a challenge at times can also be so much fun!
Today Spick & Span’s window cleaning services were required in the Camberwell Grove conservation area to clean a five bedroom period property.The end of terrace house, situated near the historic ‘Queens Row’ section of Grove Lane, a tree lined street in Camberwell, dates to the late Georgian period and required a specialist window cleaning company that could meet the cleaning demands that would be entailed in cleaning the windows of this very tall building in SE5. The listed townhouse in Camberwell had three storeys as well as a basemen, all of which had multi-paned windows, were cleaned both on the inside and the outside by Spick & Span, window cleaners local to Camberwell SE5. area of London.
Spick & Span were informed by the properties that are early risers and so arrangements were made at the time of this booking for Spick & Span clean the windows of the property in Camberwell bright and early. Spick & Span window cleaners based in Camberwell could easily meet this request as the are local window cleaners, and arrived promptly in the morning to begin work. The work began on the outside of the house, where the outlook from inside the property had become dull due to dust deposits and thick grime. While the owners took breakfast Spick & Span cleaned all external windows at the front of the house using a high reaching water-fed pole, which uses purified water to attract dirt away from windows. This method of cleaning was very suitable to the Georgian windows and enabled all the windows ,including ones that had been inaccessible to previous window cleaners used by the owners.The results of the cleaning were instantly noticeable as as dirty water ran down from the glass leaving the clear and translucent once more. This same method of cleaning was repeated at rear of the building. At the rear of the home, a burst water pipe had left greasy remains on a kitchen window, this had to be thoroughly scrubbed to aggravate this deeply ingrained , but the results were worth the effort as views into the garden were made clear again from the kitchen sink within the home. Extra care was taken while cleaning with water and tools within the home to insure that no damage was caused to antique furniture and tapestries within the home.
Arrangements were made with the properties owner that Spick & Span provide a regular window cleaning services to maintain the property so that it continues to make a strong visual statement and to help the homeowners maintain the lifestyle that they want to achieve. Living in this historic and picturesque part of Camberwell.