Nassau, Bahamas -
Window Cleaners launches as the
first company in The Bahamas to offer a window cleaning service that uses 100%
pure water and a ‘reach and wash system’ without the need for ladders or
water pole-fed cleaning system can wash windows up to 45ft high without the
operator ever having to leave the ground.
By using 100% pure water the best window cleaning results are achieved
through the absence of detergent and chemicals, meaning no sticky residues are
left behind only a streak free shine.
Gibson, owner of
Nassau Window Cleaners, said “We are excited to bring such a
new and innovative product to Nassau for the first time. As a company we embrace new
technology and are looking forward to the high level of service we will be able
to offer our customers using this system”.
system works by passing the water through seven stages of treatment including
reverse osmosis and de-ionizing the water through very fine resin that removes
any impurities. The result is pure
water without any sulfates, leaving the windows cleaner and for longer. The pure water is pumped through a
pressurized system along a graphite pole reaching up to 45ft above ground, to a
soft filament brush that removes the dirt from windows. The constant stream of
water ensures that the finish left at the end is clear and clean. It can also
be used on frames, glazing and louvers.
addition the method is completely environmentally friendly, as it doesn’t use
any chemicals or detergents. Without the use of scaffolding or ladders it is also
safer having less risk for falling or injuries.
Curtis of Bahamas American Finance (BAF) said that he was “delighted with the
windows and efficiency of service” from
Nassau Window Cleaners who also have contracts with other
branches of BAF, along with Templeton, Lyford House, Privy Bank, Town Centre
Mall, The Central Bank of the Bahamas and a number of private residences.
"Customer satisfaction is our priority for
Cleaners ‘ added
Gibson, “and because the system is so
much quicker than conventional methods the savings will be passed onto our