When you find yourself with a new WaterFed® job, you’ll want to do a little bit of pre-planning to make sure that the job goes smoothly and as efficiently as possible. While this does not mean having to go to the site beforehand, there are a few things that you can do to set yourself up for success.
This is a guest blog post by Michael Draper of WindowCleanerSafety.com and the American Window Cleaner Magazine. The views, opinions, and positions expressed within this guest … Read More
High-rise window cleaning requires, without a doubt, many particular skills and pieces of specific equipment to safely complete a job. With hours of time spent … Read More
Look Up! High-rise window cleaning is pretty amazing. To a passerby, it looks effortless on the part of the window cleaner. But in reality, high-rise … Read More
Recently we’ve seen a flurry of window cleaning accidents in the news. On November 12 two window cleaners were stuck on the world trade center … Read More
As a high rise window cleaner, you should select your equipment with care. This is especially true of your rope, which is the back bone … Read More
Window cleaners commonly use handle ascenders as the backup device, or rope grab, while doing high rise window cleaning. You may have heard people say you shouldn’t do this and … Read More
Let’s say you’re a professional window cleaner, and you’ve been doing storefronts, small businesses, and residential jobs. You want to get into highrise cleaning, but … Read More