Reach & Clean

How does Reach & Clean work?

Whilst we are moving away from the dangers of working at height, along with the inconvenience and intrusion this often causes, we are simultaneously changing to a more environmentally-friendly and efficient method called “Reach & Clean” No chemicals or detergents – Just the absolute simplicity of purified water We will be using purified water to clean your windows and will be using special brushes mounted onto telescopic poles to reach the high windows.

The pole is connected via a hose to a water storage tank in our van which has a pump to push the water up the pole. There are few Health and Safety risks impeding its use, making it by far the safest and most cost effective method of cleaning, with excellent results. Cleans windows, normally up to 3 storeys high with ease.

Operators work from the safety of the ground Used for cleaning windows, glass roofs, signs, atria, panelling, skylights, veluxs. Wash down of frames can also be included at no extra cost on a regular basis Eliminates the use of ladders for simple window cleaning jobs Eliminates the need for expensive and hazardous high access equipment, often used for window cleaning jobs when it’s not needed Reaches previously inaccessible windows with ease (example above conservatory)

Easily reaches windows over obstructions such as lawns or flower beds Environmentally friendly as no chemicals are used Maintains privacy with reduced disturbances When it’s used regularly it’s probably the best way to clean windows, but if your windows have been cleaned in the traditional manner with water and detergent, then the first couple of times this system is used you might be wondering about the hype.

That’s because no matter how good your window cleaner was, your windows will be coated with a microscopically thin, but very stubborn, film of detergent residue, and that film was built up each time your windows were cleaned. You won’t see this film, and your windows might appear “squeaky clean”, but that film is still there.

What you probably didn’t know is that the film that is left behind is pretty sticky. It actually attracts dirt and helps it to stay on the window more easily. The result is that your windows get dirtier more quickly.