OVERVIEW AND BENEFITS
Welcome Window Cleaners
This guide is designed to help you “Understand” the core concepts behind Pure Water Window Cleaning. The four main sections are:
Then if you choose to learn more, we dig deep into purification, the different methods available to you and we help you determine what type of system will be the most cost-effective for you.
Transitioning to pure water window cleaning can be intimidating but we are here to help you every step of the way. We offer free Consultations available to any of our customers. If the thought of paying for your new setup has you a little panicky, we understand that too. We specialize in Window Cleaning Equipment Financing and have helped thousands of window cleaners finance their equipment so they can get those big jobs done, all while making manageable, monthly payments. This is a particularly good solution if your cash flow is low or you are just starting out.
Three Main Benefits
for the Window Cleaner
Waterfed Poles help professional Window Cleaners make quick work of most glass surfaces.
Ladders pose a hazard to window cleaners with a number of injuries and even deaths attributed to them. With the use of waterfed poles, the user can clean windows up to 90 feet high with the operator’s feet planted safely on the ground. Enjoy increased safety for you and your staff. With waterfed poles, ladders and scaffolds can, in most cases, be completely eliminated.
A water fed pole system can easily cut your job time in half while still creating flawless, smudge-free results. The windows and frames can be cleaned at the same time. Detergents and other soaps are eliminated which also makes this an environmentally friendly process.
Need to land those BIG jobs? We're talking 3-4 stories and above. Water fed pole systems allow you to reach previously inaccessible windows. This can result in booking more jobs and making more money.
Four Main Benefits
for Your Customer
Waterfed Poles also have many benefits that your customers will enjoy.
Water fed poles allow window cleaners to safely clean exterior windows at heights up to 5 stories. Potential accidents are an inconvenience for your customer. The elimination of ladders and scaffolding increases safety for the public and the homeowner.
More people are becoming environmentally aware of the dangers and damage that certain detergents, soaps, and chemicals can cause. Your customer will appreciate the fact that no chemical or mineral damage is left on their property.
Pure water will leave windows looking flawless. The more the pure water is, the more aggressive it gets. It can better serve as a natural detergent that loosens the bonds of dirt at an ionic level. This produces a film-less, smear-free surface as the glass is washed and rinsed with pure water.
Pure water technology allows for enhanced results and minimal inconvenience to your customers. This technology can save your staff time as there is minimal equipment such as ladders to set up and operate. It maintains privacy and reduces the risk of disturbances for your customer.
How Does it Work?
Learn how pure water window cleaning works and what the process does.
How does Pure Water Window Cleaning Work?
Pure water window cleaning is the modern method of cleaning windows. It combines purified water with a telescopic pole and brush. Purified water gets pushed through and up a telescoping “water fed” pole. The brush agitates the dirt and grime on the glass surface. When completed the correct way, the glass and frames dry spot free.
HOW DO YOU GET PURE WATER?
A pure water system can be as basic as a DI tank or as advanced as a multi-stage RO/DI machine. Both will provide pure water and each method will get you to a TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of 0. The method you use, as well as which will be the most cost-effective to you, all depends on your incoming water quality or TDS. Check your TDS here. For instance, if your TDS is below 100 you are considered to have softer water and a simple DI tank based system would be efficient. If your TDS is over 100, you have harder water and a multistage system is necessary. A DI tank will not be a cost-effective method of purification if you have hard water. We will dive into this more in-depth throughout this guide.
If you want to learn even more about pure water cleaning, continue reading this guide or watch the Understanding Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning Video Series.