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 many particular skills and specific equipment to complete a job safely. With hours spent at training courses, entire companies dedicated to … 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 backbone of … Read More
Window cleaners commonly use hand ascenders as their back-up device, or rope grab, while doing high rise window cleaning. You may have heard people say you shouldn’t do … 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