Commercial Cleaning Services specializes in high-level cleaning. Below is information about what high-level cleaning is, the services that would be included under it, and more. We have highly trained and skilled personnel who enjoy working at heights.
What is High-Level Cleaning?
High-level cleaning refers to cleaning at very high levels. It is simply cleaning that requires equipment or people at high heights to clean surfaces.
Many people will not consider cleaning exterior walls at height unless they see individuals climbing up to clean windows or access platforms to clean cladding. Some interior walls and ceilings need to be cleaned in certain types of buildings.
It is important to note that cleaning at heights can pose dangers. This is why it is essential to have appropriate Health & Safety procedures, training, and insurance. We’ll get to this more later.
High-Quality Cleaning Services
If we assume that commercial cleaning at high heights is high-level cleaning, then what services are included in high-level industrial and commercial cleaning? To make it easier and more manageable let’s break this down into two types: external and internal.
External high-level cleaning services
These services include cleaning externally at height. They include cleaning windows, gutters, roof cleaning, and solar panel cleaning.
Cleaning Services for High-Level Internal Cleaning
These services are required for commercial buildings with high ceilings.
- High-level cleaning is required for commercial and industrial buildings as well as high premises.
High-Level Cleaning Procedures
Commercial cleaners must follow strict safety procedures when working at height. Although the dangers associated with working at heights are well-known, they should not be underestimated.
- Additional inspection
The cleaning crew is briefed once they arrive on site. They are given a quote and are instructed on what to do. We make sure that all dangers are discussed with the team and allow for time for team input. They have a great deal of experience and are very knowledgeable about the task.
- Make your work area safe
We take the time to secure the area before we begin cleaning. This is to ensure that the team can work safely and prevent any potential harm to customers or the public. We ensure that pavements are diverted so that passers-by have access to the road.
- Clean High-level and Low-Level
We will clean the entire premises, both internal and external, using the best equipment and cleaning products. We begin at the highest level and work our way down to the lowest. This ensures that brickwork, facades, and cladding are maintained to a high standard. When using a chemical-free process, we only work from the top to the bottom. If we are washing walls using the Reach & Wash System or the Doff System, we will work from the bottom up. This is to ensure that there are no streaks and chemical runs that have too much contact time with the surface.
We will inform you if there is any damage to the surfaces. If necessary, we will also provide advice and help. We will not charge extra for any additional work without getting the necessary approvals.
- Final Inspection
We have a checklist to complete when it comes time to inspect the final premises. This is to ensure that all actions taken based upon our quotation are completed to a high level. We will inspect your premises to make sure there are no items left or any other final touches. You can rest assured that your cleaning will be impeccable.
High-Quality Cleaning Equipment
High-level cleaning equipment is different depending on the location, the surface to be cleaned, and the actual building height.
These are some examples of high-level cleaning equipment:
- Ladders are easy to transport and to use but can pose a danger at certain heights. Long poles have made ladders less popular.
- Long Reach Poles & Water Fed Brushes With 80-foot poles, you can clean both internally and externally with poles and brushes.
- Abseiling also known as Rope Access Cleaning – abseiling is dangerous but effective for cleaning apartment blocks and offices, as demonstrated in these photos taken by Pristine.
- Vacuum Cleaning – High-level internal vacuum cleaning is required to clean ceilings of dust and debris.
The equipment we use is determined by staff safety, cleanliness of the environment, surface, and are available to our team, as well as disruption to our clients, customers, and the general public.
High-level Cleaning Chemicals
We will use approved chemicals if we are using special cleaning equipment. We will often use our chemicals, which we can make bespoke for ourselves, to ensure a sparkling clean.
High-Level Cleaning Accreditations
There are specific accreditations that you should look for when it comes to high-level cleaning. Pristine has all these. These include:
High-level commercial cleaning requires specialized skills and training. Make sure you have the right accreditations for your commercial cleaner to do high-level cleaning. Also, ensure that staff have been trained and have the chance to keep their skills current.
Refer to other satisfied customers for references, and case studies from similar projects so that you can be certain of their expertise.
Pristine has extensive experience cleaning a variety of buildings, including historic buildings and car dealerships.
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