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How safe are Ladders ?

We have studied this quite deeply, as should any business owner. I think the very misunderstood word is RISK’ and ‘SAFETY’ My conclusion of RISK is that it is CHANCE x CONSEQUENCE. CHANCE is the likelihood or possibility of something going wrong – and this varies from operator to operator, site to site. It also  Full Article…

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How to calculate your glass area ?

Analyse the total amount of glass you clean by the ‘storey’ eg – if you had an average of buildings in this ratio : 2:8:3:2:1 being 2 x 1 storey, to every 8 x 2 storey, to every 3 x 3 storey, to every 2 x 2 storey. 1 x 5 storeys buildings in your  Full Article…

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Can Reach-iT poles use internal tubing?

We made Reach-iT poles the easiest to swap between internal and external tubing so that you can easily take advantage of both methods. Our preferred default method is external – It saves the pole from abrasive wear-and-tear that occurs when dirt and grit are dragged up the pole on the tube, It keeps the tube  Full Article…

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Which is faster? Squeegee or Water Fed Poles?

There are so many factors, but assuming it is regular work. a squeegee in the hands of an experienced operator is faster nose-to-glass. Remove operator experience, and water fed window cleaning becomes more efficient. Remove ‘nose-to-glass’ such that you need a pole, or ladder, and again, water fed window cleaning becomes more efficient. Add difficult-to-remove  Full Article…

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