Hiring a professional commercial window cleaner may have more of a positive impact on your business than you realise, here?s why.
Whether you own a business in construction, retail, or office work, maintaining the appearance of your windows is essential to your reputation locally.
Dirty windows are more than just an eyesore though, have you considered that they may also have a negative psychological effect on both your employees and your customers?
Hire a professional commercial window cleaner to make sure that the job is done regularly and to a high standard and start enjoying the many benefits of crystal clear windows. Continue reading
Being a business located in a city centre has many benefits but can take its toll on your windows.
Businesses in the city are likely to require more frequent window cleaning than those in more rural areas due to the activities going on around them.
Why do city windows get dirtier quicker?
Cities are big and busy places, and whilst it can be great to be right in the thick of all the action, city-life can also be a bit noisy, smelly and dirty.
Just some of the factors that cause windows in the city to get dirty quicker than those in quieter areas include pollution, construction, roadworks, and those pesky pigeons.
Cities usually experience high levels of traffic, causing high levels of pollutants, dirt and dust in the air, all of which will cling to your property?s windows.
Archer Window Cleaning has been recognised as one of the top three Window Cleaning Companies of the Year.
We are proud to announce Archer Window Cleaning has been awarded for industry achievements in the Federation of Window Cleaners Awards 2019.
The awards ceremony was announced at the Cleaning Show Excel in London on the 20th March, where all winners and runners-up gathered.
The nominations were all scored by the executive team judges who assessed each nomination by the following factors; length of time in the industry, qualifications, training, testimonies and reasons for entering the competition.
After all scores were finalised by the judges, the winning awards were presented by the Federation of Window Cleaning Executive Scott Smith.
We are delighted to have been recognised for our commercial window cleaning services, as we have been providing award-winning services throughout the UK since 1990.
Manchester?s architecture combines new with old to create a built environment that is as eclectic as its inhabitants.
An area?s architecture not only contributes to its culture and atmosphere, but also has a psychological effect on those visiting or living there.
Here at Archer Window Cleaning we believe that looking after and preserving Manchester?s architecture is extremely important. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, when maintained, our architecture can also improve quality of life and help drive the economy.
In Manchester we are architecturally spoilt, with Modern, Georgian, Victorian, Roman and Gothic architecture all nestled side-by-side throughout the city.? Perhaps the most iconic architecture of Manchester though is its old warehouses, canals and red brick cotton mills, reminders of its rise during the Industrial Revolution.
Whilst the sun is great at showing up dirt and smears on windows, it?s best to wait until an overcast day before tackling the job.
It may seem like it makes sense to clean your windows with the warm sun streaming through them, showing up all the dirty patches, but high temperatures and bright sunshine actually create the worst conditions for window cleaning.
During hot and sunny weather, the heat from the sun?s rays causes the cleaning solution to dry on the glass too quickly.? This will end up leaving more smudges and smears behind, making it difficult to get a perfect finish.? Cool and overcast weather creates the best conditions for achieving a flawless finish when washing windows.
Of course, if it?s the middle of summer, having your windows cleaned on a warm and sunny day may be unavoidable. In this case, it?s best to have the job completed early in the day before the sun gets too high in the sky.