Umbrella Property Services - Water Fed Pole

Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning

Umbrella Property ServicesHome Care, Pressure Washing, Window Cleaning 1 Comment

We are using a revolutionary method of cleaning windows, which is safer, long lasting, and produces better results!  Water Fed pole systems allow us to continue guaranteeing one-of-a-kind results, while eliminating hazardous chemicals and unsafe factors.

How Does It Work?

Water fed pole window cleaning is a soapless method of cleaning windows. Tap water is filtered through a pure water system and completely purified, which is then fed through a tube, attached to a brush at the end of a pole.

The brush is used to scrub the glass; it lightly agitates the surface and dirt breaks down. The pure water will attract the dirt and lift it from almost any surface, eliminating any need for soap, leaving your windows streak-free and shining. Think of it like the “spot free rinse” at the drive thru car wash and then some.

How Will It Benefit Me?

Water fed pole technology eliminates the use of ladders, lifts, scaffolding, and other potentially dangerous (not to mention expensive) equipment, making it safer than traditional window cleaning. Potential accidents are reduced exponentially because staff members are working safely from the ground. We can ensure a smooth and satisfactory window cleaning experience.

Water fed pole cleaning is environmentally friendly. This method of window cleaning completely eliminates detergents, soaps, and chemicals. we can guarantee no chemical or mineral damage is left on your property and make certain that all of our actions are environmentally friendly.

Pure water technology allows us to assure enhanced results at a minimal inconvenience to you. Our top priority is to do the best job possible while maintaining your privacy and reducing the risk of disturbances.

Comments 1

  1. HI there, we had someone come by our home last year with this technology for washing windows. It worked wonderfully and I am trying to find someone with the same equipment again this year and not finding it. We live in Mission and wondering if you might be aware of anyone using this out here?
    Thank you

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