We instructed Corwoods to take on our sub division of our business branches early in the year of 2010. To this date we have had a great standard of window cleaning and it has to be said built a good rappor with them. At times we have had to parachute them in ,so to speak for an impromptu clean and they have always responded proffesionaly to meet our requirements. Thanks for you’re hard work and always understanding.
As a window cleaner you would work on all types of premises, cleaning windows, doors and other glass surfaces. You may use a ladder to reach the first floor of a building or use water-fed poles, or work from a safety cradle, moving up and down the outside of the building. If you’ve got a head for heights and like working outdoors, there could be opportunities for you in this career.
You will need to be able to work quickly and efficiently, and have a good awareness of health and safety. A good level of fitness will help you manage the physical side of the job.
There is no fixed entry route to become a window cleaner. Experience in a customer service role is valued by employers and may help you find work. You could also get into this job through an Apprenticeship.