We Do Windows will choose from one of two methods for professional window cleaning jobs. The traditional method uses a T-bar mop and squeegee, and the other uses a water-fed pole system. Our window cleaning technicians undergo year-round professional training and will determine the best option for cleaning your windows.
Traditional Window Cleaning
Successful window cleaning begins with the proper tools. Our technicians have the best and latest equipment and tools to properly and safely clean your windows. Traditional window cleaning includes professional-grade biodegradable soap, buckets, tool belts, a variety of squeegees and T-bar mops, scrapers, towels, and bronze wool. We also have ladders and poles for hard-to-reach windows.
Water-Fed Pole Window Cleaning
Water-fed pole window cleaning utilizes a lightweight telescopic pole (e.g., carbon fiber) with a brush at the end. A plastic tube runs up the pole, which delivers purified, deionized water to the brush head. Dirt on the window frames and glass is removed by the deionized water, leaving the window spot- and streak-free!
The benefits of using a water-fed pole system include: