Window Cleaning Westminster
Commercial Window Cleaning Westminster
Why Choose Us For Window Cleaning Westminster?
We are professional window cleaners based in the heart of London, providing our window cleaning Westminster services to commercial and industrial buildings across the city.
We have a variety of methods available with different advantages, including cherry pickers, water-fed poles, traditional ladders, cradle window cleaning and abseiling window cleaners.
Health And Safety Window Cleaning Westminster
Our commercial window cleaning Westminster is health and safety approved, we ensure each employee is fully qualified and fully trained, with training taking place at our own training facility and covering areas such as ladder training and harness inspection.
All of our MEWP operators are IPAF certified and our rope access window cleaners are IRATA qualified, meaning each job carried out is completed with all possible health and safety precautions in place. We also carry out risk assessments and method statements for every job, with any documentation available on our online customer portal, which clients have the ability to access at any time.
Client communication is imperative for our company, with each team member having access to a PDA where contact between the client, the window cleaners and the head office is easily made.
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
About The City Of Westminster
The City of Westminster, an inner-city London borough, takes into account areas such as Knightsbridge, Westminster, Baker Street, Oxford Street, Marble Arch, Victoria and Bayswater. Each of these areas is full to the brim with office blocks with glass frontages. All Clean can service all professional buildings, from shop fronts to large glass front tower buildings.
Westminster contains the Houses of Parliament. These are the headquarters of one of the oldest democracies in the world, dubbed the Mother of all Parliaments. The main Parliament buildings date back to the mid-1800s and are built in neo-gothic style around the medieval Westminster Hall. When Parliament is in session, visitors can queue at the Strangers’ Galleries for admission to debates.
Next door is probably the most recognised British sight, Big Ben. The clocktower, which looks out to Westminster Bridge, gets its name from the huge bell inside, whose chimes can be heard four miles away. Behind it stands Parliament Square with its famous statues, including Winston Churchill and Abraham Lincoln.
The fabulous façade of Westminster Abbey is unmissable. Dating from 1066, it is the number one church of the Anglican faith and coronation and burial place of British monarchs. Its most famous spots are Poets’ Corner and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The Cenotaph stands at the junction of Parliament Street and Whitehall. This simple monument of Portland stone is the focus for remembrance of those who died in international conflict.
Beyond it lie the grand buildings of Whitehall and Downing Street, home of the Prime Minister.