- Sacking the Window cleaner – ettiquette.
..oh and on the topic of how often they should be cleaned ,that’s up to the house owner. In my experience some people want their windows done every month, some once every 3 months – depends on location, budget, personal preference. heck, I don’t do my own windows every month! but if my house was on a main road or near a beach I might do them more often.Posted 4 years agotrail_ratMember
Tbh you were breaking their cycle.
If they dont do yours twice a month they have to find something else to do for the other time each month
And its much easier to do a garden twice a month and keep it neat, once a month and your fire fighting
Unless your garden is paved and gravel souless trash.
They probably didnt need your work, gardening is an in demand service, we couldnt keep up with demand and were not any cheaper than others around. Kept getting enquirys and never advertised – not even on side of van!Posted 4 years agobazwadahMember
Good point Tymbian, I cant give a close inspection but by using brushes with mixed bristles (soft outer, rigid inner) you can scrub most dirt away from the frames, seals and glass. The important part is doing the rinse afterwards from the top corners downwards. The disadvantage of the pole system is you cant look up close at high windows, but can reach windows over hipped roofs. If there is any doubt that the window is clean I do have ladders for access, the longest pole I have is 35 foot.. I wouldn’t feel comfortable at that hight on a ladder!Posted 4 years ago
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