5 benefits of using the water-fed pole: the best cost-effective window cleaning solution

A set of ladders has been a window cleaner’s best friend for years. But was it really?

Working from the security of the ground does not only reduce the risk of any harm or injury but also provides a wider space for manoeuvring and reaching more difficult areas.

Nowadays, the water-fed pole window cleaner makes everything easier, safer and cost-effective. It allows window cleaners to reach areas that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to access without the use of expensive, high-risk equipment.

Why is it so beneficial to use this new system?


The cost of regularly maintaining your premises can be kept to a minimum, while still providing the best possible quality and results.


The water-fed pole uses telescopic poles completed with cleaning brushes that can easily access heights of up to 70 feet. The water is then pumped up these poles, which makes it possible for the cleaner to scrub and rinse away any dirt.

This drastically reduces the risk of injury and damage to the properties.

Purified water

Water coming from the taps is full of sediments and minerals, which can cause spotting and streaking when left to dry on a surface.

Because the water used with the water-fed pole is pure water, the windows can be left to dry naturally and still get a perfect, crystal clear finish.


This pure water is not only harmless to your property but also for your garden and the environment, unlike other traditional methods that use harsh chemicals and detergents.


A lot of areas that used to be inaccessible or difficult to reach are now easy to clean thanks to the water-fed pole. Not only that, but it doesn’t limit professionals to just cleaning windows. It can be used to clean a lot of areas such as roofs, signs, or fascias.

Our operatives are fully trained and experienced in the safe and competent use of the above methods and equipment. Please contact us for a free survey and quotation or expert advice on our window cleaning access methods.