Commercial Window Cleaning Loughton
Professional Window Cleaning Services in Loughton
Why use All Clean Services for Loughton Window Cleaning?
All Clean Services Ltd is a professional window cleaning company that provides all types of commercial window cleaning in Loughton.
As professional window cleaners, All Clean Services specialises in using a variety of access techniques to keep your commercial building’s windows and facades spotless. These include:
- Reach-and-wash water-fed poles
- Ladder / Traditional
- Abseil / Rope
- Cherry Picker (MEWP)
- Cradle access
The Commercial abseil window cleaning service cannot be taken on by just any Loughton-based window cleaner. All of our window cleaners are fully trained by the British Window Cleaning Academy and we provide site-specific Risk Assessments and Method Statements for every task that we undertake.
All Clean is the market leader in health and safety in window cleaning, which is why we have our own purpose-built window cleaning services training facility. Here, we train all of our window cleaners on all aspects of the job, including harness inspection.
Not only that, we are covered by specialist high-level window cleaning insurance with no height restrictions.
The appearance and cleanliness of your premises can be detrimental to your company’s image. Regular, professional window cleaning eliminates this problem. From retail units to multi-storey office blocks, each of our contracts receives the same attention to detail.
Customer satisfaction is our number one priority, which is why we clean to a standard not a price.
The areas we cover
Our window cleaners cover all areas of London, including the W1, W2, WC1, WC2, E1, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, SE1, SW1 and NW1 postcodes.
We also have mobile window cleaning teams covering the rest of London and south-east England.
For a FREE no obligation window cleaning quote, please call 0800 3898 690 today or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Loughton is one of the oldest settlements in Essex, dating back to 1062 when it was known as Lukintune. It first appears in an Anglo-Saxon charter which granted various estates including what we now know as Debden and Alderton Hall.
Loughton, England had always been a small village until the early 17th century when coaches began to be used for travel. The high road was extended north through Loughton and quickly became one of London’s most important routes. Inns sprung up in order to provide shelter from rain or snow for these travellers as they made their way across the country side on horse back or by carriage with many stopping at this new settlement.