DI vs Multi Stage WaterFed® Systems:

Amy LavinIndustry, WaterFed®

DI vs Multi-Stage WaterFed® Systems

There are two type of systems to choose between when deciding on which WaterFed® system for your business. In this blog, we discuss the difference between the two system types and layout for the best use scenarios for each.

SPRAT Training

Amy LavinHigh Rise Safety, Industry, Window Cleaning

What does SPRAT training look like?

If you’ve ever been curious about high rise window cleaning, this post is for you. We followed our friend Jimmy of Outlook Window Cleaning while he took his five day SPRAT course.

5 Ways To Know What Works

Amy LavinMarketing

5 ways to know what works as a marketer

No matter your business, window cleaning or otherwise, owning a company means that you are also a marketer. This blog discusses the five easiest ways to practice what you preach (as a marketer).

Essential Chemicals for Window Cleaners

Amy LavinIndustry, Window Cleaning

Chemicals have advanced with the industry and have expanded since the days of just soap and water, offering a number of professional cleaning solutions beyond soap. With so many on the market, it can be challenging to recognize which window cleaning solutions to have on hand for every day cleaning. In this blog, we’ll discuss the four most common types of chemicals and their uses.

How New England Rope Is Made

Jacob WallaceHigh Rise Safety, Industry, Product Testing

Rope is essential to high rise technicians and is frequently used by low rise cleaners for residential rooftop safety. In this blog we see the process behind the scenes gave us a whole new appreciation for how much goes into making the gear.

When to Avoid Using WaterFed®

Amy LavinWaterFed®, Window Cleaning

There are always moments when a pure water cleaning system would be ideal. Whenever you can use WaterFed® you’ll save time, increase safety, and get the best results possible. There are, however, times WaterFed® systems are not recommended and traditional cleaning comes into play. In this post, we discuss situations when WaterFed® is not the best cleaning solution.