Window cleaner Walton Street Chelsea SW3

Chelsea was the destination today for a team of professional window cleaners who went to clean the windows of a Chelsea property that originally, in the 19th century, was built as a school and later served as a magistrates court. This old court house building is in the Chelsea district which borders Knightsbridge and all the external windows of this home have now been cleaned twice by our team of reliable Chelsea window cleaners working in the Chelsea area.
Although this property in Chelsea has very large sash windows at the the front and side elevations,the addition of a conservatory at the rear, glazed roof lights and a small glass pavilion at the back as well as a single storey basement extension, the original owners had much more ambitious plans for this property which included
a three-storey basement extension, however this was rejected by Kensington and Chelsea council’s planning.
Spick & Span window cleaners clean the windows of this Chelsea property with the greatest of care and used professional window cleaner tools which included traditional hand window cleaning tools as well as more specialised access equipment for the taller windows.
As part of the contract all the french doors in the basement were cleaned as were the frames. The pavilion and conservatory glass panels were also cleaned.
This Job took approximately three hours from start to finish.

Window cleaner in Kensington Court W8

Window cleaning in W8Kensington Court W8 was the destination for today’s window cleaning call-out request.

Spick & Span window cleaners were contracted to come to Kensington to do a post-builders window clean on on behalf of a building company who had recently completed their work in the street.
The building company had promised residents that after the completion of their work they would arrange for all the windows to be cleaned, this they did and in keeping with their agreement, they contacted local Kensington window cleaners.

Spick & Span used window cleaning used tools and techniques that were up to the task. The challenge of the work was that the window were very dirty and needed very deep cleaning. Also the windows were very difficult to reach. Rather than use scaffolding which was initially suggested, Spick & Span window cleaners used 60 ft telescopic poles to reach the 4th storey windows. Bristle window cleaning brushes were also used as these has sufficient scrubbing power. Pure water was jetted through micro-bore hose, to the brush head, via carbon telescopic poles and the window panes were scrubbed and then rinsed, leaving the windows clear and translucent afterwards.

The windows were left noticeably cleaner and the residents were very grateful to at last have clean windows.

The job took approximately 3 hours to complete.