Conservatory cleaning in South Kensington

Window Cleaning in SW7Today Spick & Span window cleaners went to South Kensington, SW7 to clean the windows of a conservatory of a first floor flat in South Kensingon on behalf of a client who had recently had decorators in and required professional window cleaners to clean up the mess that had been left behind.

The conservatory that was to be cleaned was difficult to clean because there was limited access from below, also  the windows had not been cleaned for a number of years which showed.

Spick & Span who use professional methods of window cleaning used purified water to clean the conservatory and used a long telescopic pole and brush to scrub the windows and frames of the dirty conservatory windows.

The client was impressed with the modern equipment and style of cleaning that was used to clean his conservatory windows and commented that previous window cleaners had had to lean from the windows and work from the ledges which he recognised was unsafe. He also said that previous window cleaners had not been able to reach all the windows due tot the equipment they had used.

Spick & Span cleaned both the inside and outside of the conservatory for this client.

The inside windows comprised of large french doors, patio doors and sash windows above the kitchen units. There were also intenal glass panels that were washed. Paint was scraped from windows and traditional, squeegee and mop window cleaning was used to clean the insides. Care was taken to prevent water spillages and the properties windows looked pristine afterwards.

Spick & Span clean many properties in the South Kensington and Chlesea area, and clean conservatories, solariums and modern glass interiors on a regular basis.




Spick & Span window cleaning above glass extensions in SW7

Window cleaning above basement in SW7Today Spick & Span window cleaners went to a property in South Kensington located in-between Brompton Road and Thurloe Square to clean the front and back windows for a client who resides in the area, including windows above a glass extension.

The handsome four storey, partly stuccoed, 1830’s home situated close to Thurloe Gardens, is part of an estate of terrace houses constructed by builder James Bonnin, after John Alexander exercised his right to repossess and develop a four-acre site in 1826. The estate later became known as the Alexander estate.

Spick & Span window cleaners perform regular window cleaning maintenance on this home, which has a glass basement extension, in South Kensington as part of a regular window cleaning contract cleaning.

Spick & Span have the equipment and professional knowledge needed to clean Georgian windows safely and efficiently and have an advantage over many window cleaners who work in Chelsea and Kensington who are unable to clean windows that are located above glass basement extensions and other windows that are very difficult to access.

Spick & Span window cleaners are regularly informed about ‘window cleaners’ who take extreme risks as they carry out their work, for instance,  we hear of  ‘window cleaners’ who ‘clean windows by leaning out of windows’, or ‘window cleaners’ who ‘endanger their lives by climbing  on to ledges’, we also hear of ‘window cleaners’ who do other ‘risky things’ like  ‘standing on glass roofs’. Not only do these antics cause alarm to those whose homes they clean, but they also jeopardise their lives which ought to be view as precious both to themselves and at the very least to their families.

Spick & Span window cleaners avoid risk  by exploring all safe options of window cleaning before starting any window cleaning job. Spick & Span will always opt to clean windows by using safe window cleaning methods. Safe window cleaning methods include  the ‘reach and wash’ system of window cleaning which they use to clean windows 60ft. high (above the average height of homes) in Chelsea, South Kensington, Belgravia and Mayfair and Marylebone, without incurring any harm to the window cleaner himself or damage to the windows of the home that are being cleaned, even if these windows are located above a glass basement extension, such as many in SW1, SW3, SW7 are.