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As a trusted industry leader, Madison Window Cleaners is an organization that stands for exceptional performance in each facet of our work. Our track-record is second-to-none in serving both businesses and home owners for over 90 years. We’ve built this upstanding industry reputation by standing by the principles of business stability and customer service excellence that have carried the organization through each day of operations in its nine decade-long history.
High rise window cleaning can be a risky business. You are after all entrusting your safety to man made harnesses, cables or scaffolding. While such equipment is usually reliable, there is inevitably an element of danger to be factored in.
Personal safety should always be your paramount concern. Statistically speaking, accidents affecting high rise window cleaners are rare but not unheard of. That's why your best bet is to perform daily safety checks to ensure that all your gear is in good working order. Another factor to consider is the weather conditions. When you are cleaning windows up high, you are more vulnerable to extreme weather such as rain storms or wind, so it's best to check a meteorological report beforehand.
Bearing the dangers in mind, high rise window cleaning can also be a very rewarding occupation. After all, you will never be short of jobs (high rise window cleaners are very in-demand) and you'll be able to take in the gorgeous panoramic views while you go about your work. With the right level of preparedness and a good head for heights, you should be able to minimize risk and maximize profit.
Special thanks to Century Pyramid Building Maintenance for Providing us this information.
Yes! Roof washing is an important part of home-ownership and will help increase the longevity and durability of your roof.
The national average for replacement cost on a shingle roof is about $9,000. This means that if your roof has been ignored and you're left with black tarps flapping in the wind then a simple cleaning!
Thanks to Joshua at Nashville Roof Cleaners for providing this information.
Hands down, power washing is the best method for cleaning a garage floor, especially if your have an epoxy coating on your garage floor.
Traditional methods take forever because the dirt gets ground in between two surfaces, and power washing makes it easy to remove it. Renting a gas powered pressure washer, or hiring a local company for 1-2 hours if you have an open driveway will save you time by getting that residue off your whole garage floor quickly. You can then wash with detergent mixed into soap water to get rid of any stain or smell left behind by grease or past leaks.
This information was given to us by Concrete Coatings of Nashville.
Hiring a local company will always give you more personal attention, as they can often be more flexible. You'll also get to know your local window cleaner on a more personal level, and they may even recommend new ways for you to keep your windows clean. National companies are also very cost effective, but there's a risk that the company is only interested in cleaning glass because it wants money from customers who don't know any better.
Some people might not want to deal with people being after a long day at the office, but working with a locally-based company ensures that whoever comes will know about your specific needs and circumstances—including where high-risk areas are or whether there is any custom work involved—and then how to best accommodate them.
Thanks to Poorman Window Cleaning in Boise for this great information!
It depends on what types of windows are in the house, but most professionals clean all windows at a rate of 3 hours per 2 story household. This is for inside and outside window cleaning. This is assuming a crew of 2 technicians are doing the work. Keep in mind this includes large areas that may take some time to reach, such as bay windows, or the higher 2nd story glass.
This would equate to rounding up with 6 man-hours for a typical 2400 square foot 2 story-home assuming range is about the same size.
Special thanks to Windows of Hope Services in Minneapolis for this great information!
In order to get a streak-free window, the most important thing is to start from the top and work your way down. Quality window cleaners will always do this for you with a squeegee if you're not feeling up to it yourself. Starting at one side of the window and "pulling" or squeegeeing across soapy solution, then using another clean cloth on the dry side if needed helps avoid streaks too.
Another method that professionals use is pure water. They literally scrub the glass with a brush, and rinse it off with pure water. This method is similar to the spot-free rinse you find at the car wash, but it's used on your windows!
Huge thank you to Glass Act Pro Wash in Florida for this information!
There are many different house washing methods, such as soft washing, pressure washing, and window cleaning. Different methods require different equipment and may use different chemical levels of sanitizers.
Soft Washing: Soft washing involves using a soap (such as dish soap) and water and scrubbing the surface you're targeting with a sponge or cloth to remove stains and dirt.
Pressure Washing: Pressure washing can be done on decks, patios, walls - pretty much any outdoor surface that needs to be clean includes pressure-washing it periodically to avoid discoloration of the surface from age or accumulated dirt. In most cases of pressure washing there is no need for detergent because the force of the water does an excellent job of getting out hard stains.
Thanks to First Class NC for sharing this content.
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205 Commerce Pkwy
Cottage Grove, WI 53527
Phone: (608) 256-7632
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