We offer a high quality and reliable window cleaning service in Liverpool. Using pure water technology through ‘water fed poles’ we can brilliantly clean your windows, conservatories, and UPVC soffits & fascias, without leaving any streaks! We can even reach over awkward extensions and conservatories to make sure all your windows sparkle!
Payable by direct debit
(Average £9.30 Jan 2020)
(Average £11.85 Jan 2020)
(Average £18.55 Jan 2020)
Pricing is based on the average sized house, if your property is particularly small, or large and you would like a tailored price please let us know.
This is a direct debit only service, no cash payments are taken. Direct debit is the most convenient and efficient way to take payment for this service, if you have not used direct debit before you will wonder why you didn't sooner.
Once you sign up for the direct debit, no payment is taken until the clean has been carried out. This will usually follow a few days later. Whereas most normal direct debit are collected on a set date each month, this direct debit will only collect AFTER your windows have been cleaned. Your payments are also protected by the Direct Debit guarantee, meaning in the event of any errors you are entitled to a full and immediate refund from your bank.
You can expect a reliable, high quality and professional service. We will text you the night before we are coming to remind you to completely close all your windows and ensure the rear windows are accessible. The next day we will come to make your windows, frames, sill and UPVC/Composite doors sparkle. Payment will then be requested from your bank and taken a few days later.
Such a simple and effective service, you'll wonder why it wasn't done like this sooner! We will place you in a particular round, so you will know roughly when to expect us each month, something you may not be used to with
your previous window cleaners! It will not be the same date each month as this may fall on a weekend or bank holiday, but a similar day, for example; the 3rd Monday of every month. If for any reason we cannot access your rear
windows, you will only be charged 50% of the cost. Thanks
So what is pure water? It is tap water that has been through a 4 stage filtration process to remove all impurities, leaving it completely pure. If you consider that in Liverpool the tap water has a TDS (Total Disolved Solids) count of roughly 100, pure water is zero. If you were to clean your windows with this alone, they would still appear dirty. Traditional window cleaners wash the dirt off with detergent and squeegee the water away to stop this happening. However, streaking may be a possible and by using a detergent this leaves an invisible film on the glass that may attract dirt and mean your windows get dirtier quicker. This pure water has amazing cleaning properties and leaves windows sparkling clean, without the need to dry or squeegee the glass. It will also mean your windows remain cleaner for longer. When combined with the 'water fed pole' its cleaning power is unbeatable. The poles can reach across awkward extensions or conservatories, all from the saftey of the ground. As a brush is used, the frames and sills can easily be cleaned, not only will this make your windows look even better, but mean your windows stay cleaner for longer as there will not be any dirt on the frames to come down onto the glass. No more missed windows, no more ladder damage, no more streaking, no more awkward eye contacts with your window cleaner through the bedroom window!
This is how the majority of window cleaners operate, but beware the 'splash ‘n' dashers'. It is not as easy as it looks, there is still a lot of skill involved in insuring that your windows sparkle, if you are not completely happy with your current window cleaner perhaps this is why!
The benefits of pure water window cleaning are;
However, people can occasionally experience a brown or white run down onto the windows (mainly after the first clean) once the windows are dry. This is due to water running down from the frames or vents after the clean, however should not happen again. If this happens, please let your window cleaner know within 24 hours and I am sure they will be happy to re-clean.