Our national commercial window cleaning service allows us to keep your glass areas safe, clean and hygienic whether they are on the inside or outside of the building.
Periodic Cleaning Solutions offer a complete range of techniques and technologies including traditional window cleaning, water-fed poles, mobile platforms, abseil and rope access window cleaning, and other specialist cleaning services for gutters, cladding, signage and fascia’s.
We provide services to a wide range of businesses in both the private and public sectors including high street retailers, hotel groups, commercial offices, property management companies, council buildings, shopping centres, stadiums and schools. Our team of national window cleaners can clean all premises regardless of the size, location and frequency of the clean.
We view all our commercial cleaning projects as a partnership and we work closely with you to ensure that we provide the best and most cost effective solutions. We will schedule the work around your operations to minimise disruption to your business.
Our external window clean services include abseil teams, boom and ladderless reach systems, all of which comply with all current Health and Safety regulations. We also offer an intensive clean of window interiors and glass partitions.
- Washing up liquid in warm soapy water will work well but remember - the fewer suds the better. Be careful when using strong window cleaning solutions that they do not damage surrounding paintwork.
- Clean your window at least twice a year. You will be surpised how dirty windows get.
- Stronger window cleaner agents can dry out your hands. Allways use moisturising cream following long boughts of window cleaning.
- Glass scrapers are an extremely useful and integral part of your kit but you need to to be careful with them because when used wrongly they can scratch the glass. Never use a glass scraper on a dry window, make sure the area you intend to scrape has been wetted.
- Using a glass scraper is fairly self explanatory, just place the steel blade flat to the glass and rub it forwards over the stubborn deposit you have discovered. Don't rub the blade back and forth over the glass because you can trap grit under the blade and then pull it back over the glass scratching it. After rubbing the blade forwards over the glass give it a wipe on a micro-fibre cloth to take off any debris that may now be on the blade and could cause a scratch.
- Before scraping a window try an inconspicuous area first like the bottom left corner to see if this produces any scratches