Window Cleaners Glasgow
Covering : Glasgow Bearsden, Milngavie Bishopbriggs and surrounding Areas
Burnbrae Cleaning Services have used the ladderless window cleaning system for several years. Water fed pole window cleaning as it's more commonly know is an excellent way of cleaning windows from the ground without having to use access equipment.
How dose it work? Using professional telescopic poles and brush heads and a high level of pure water which is pumped through a hose to the brush head agitating the dirt allowing this pure de-ionised water to flow over the surface absorbing all existing substances leaving a smear free finish. De-ionised water dose not leave any residue unlike most window cleaning methods.
By using the latest window cleaning technology there is less need for a window cleaning operative to go anywhere near sensitive areas such as lawns and flower beds with ladders and owner/occupiers in a building are not disturbed by the window cleaning process. It is also a much safer way of cleaning windows - 'Working at height' regulations do not apply and productivity is massively increased, meaning greater value for money.
Burnbrae Cleaning Services work hard to offer quality window cleaning services at very competitive prices.
Window cleaning service areas are Milngavie, Bearsden, Bishopbriggs, Torrance, Cumbernauld.
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A MINIMUM CHARGE OF £45.00 FOR ONE OFF WINDOW CLEANING.
Window cleaner's licence (Scotland)
Most Scottish councils require window cleaners to have a licence.
Your licence may come with conditions, like making sure you follow health and safety rules. You might also be checked by the police for any criminal convictions.
Most councils will issue a licence that lasts for 3 years. You must renew it before it expires.
Displaying your licence
If your council issues an identification badge for window cleaners you must wear it visibly while working. Otherwise you must carry your licence with you while working.
If you work without a licence or make a false statement on your application you may be fined up to £2,500.
If you don’t meet a condition on your licence and continue working you may be fined up to £1,000.
You must notify the council if you no longer meet the conditions for holding a licence. If you don’t you may be fined up to £1,000.
If the council demands you return your licence and you don’t you may be fined up to £500.
29 Burnbrae Avenue
Bearsden Glasgow G61 3ET