At Archer Window Cleaning, we are always proud of the high-quality services our staff deliver on the projects they work on. We also find that our staff go above and beyond to help protect and support those around them and they deserve to be acknowledged for their courage and bravery. Two of our window cleaners demonstrated their bravery and courage by intervening in an attack in Liverpool.
You can read the full story from The Bolton News below:
Two heroic Bolton window cleaners rushed to the aid of a woman being attacked.
John Stephens, 38, and a colleague were working on a job in a Liverpool back street when they heard screaming.
“At first I thought it was just students messing around, but the second scream was blood-curdling and we knew it was something serious,” said Mr Stephens, of Great Lever.
Without a thought for their own safety, they rushed to see what the noise was and found a man attacking a woman who was on her way to work.
At Archer Window Cleaning, we have been cleaning windows across Greater Manchester for over 25 years.
During this time, we are proud to have built a reputation as one of the most reliable and experienced commercial window cleaners in the region. ?As our experience has grown and our reputation has flourished, we have expanded to cover further afield in the North West and nationwide.
Our dedication to delivering excellence was recognised in 2013 when we were awarded ?UK Window Cleaning Company of the Year 2013? at The Cleaning Show, held by The Federation of Window Cleaners.
Whilst our success has meant that we have grown and expanded beyond Manchester, the heart of our business still lies in this city. We have clients based all over the city, from Ancoats to Trafford, from Sale to Central Manchester.
A group of window cleaners helped get a hedgehog out of a prickly situation – by saving it from drowning.
Seven employees of the Archer Window Cleaning Services were cleaning the windows of an apartment block in?Ancoats, Manchester when they spotted the animal in distress in the Ashton canal.
Despite being on a deadline to finish the work, the men downed tools and used their own extendable poles to fish it out of the water.
Chris Oakes, 44, who runs Archer Window Cleaning, said: ?One of the lads spotted something in the water and he thought it might be a turtle or something at first.
?But when we got a bit closer we realised it was a little hedgehog.