Do you manage an office park, a corporate office, school, warehouse or building maintenance? Are you looking for a professional company to offer Window Cleaners for your office park, school, warehouse or building?
Are you looking for a commercial window cleaner?
Spotless window cleaning are the on-site, contract-cleaning office park window cleaners service you are looking for. With window cleaning services provided to corporate clients in various industries, including Property Development, Hospitality, Engineering, Manufacturing, Events, Transportation, Banking, Catering and more.
Our Office Park Window Cleaning services include:
- Window sills
- Window frames
- Exterior windows
- Interior windows
- Facias (The board that caps the end of the rafters outside a building and may hold a gutter)
- Soffits (the finished surface underneath the facia and the rafters)
- Cladding cleaning
- Garage doors
- 100% pure water
The ‘Reach and Wash’ system uses 100% pure water to clean exterior surfaces, the purified water works as the cleaning agent. Water in nature is impure and in its pure state strives to get back to its ‘original impure state’, so when it comes into contact with a dirty surface it absorbs the dirt returning to its ‘natural state’ and leaves the surface clean. Pure water has no dissolved solids within it and this is why when it is left on an already clean surface it dries completely crystal clear and streak free.
Your satisfaction guarantee:
If you are not 100% satisfied with our services. We will return and re-wash the unsatisfactory windows free of charge.
Sasha (Building / Warehouse Owner, Wynberg)
“Warehousing doesn’t have to look industrial and grungy. I am so pleased with the results and the service I received from Paul and his team from Spotless window cleaning – my warehouse looks brand new.”
Gary (Business Owner, Rosebank)
“My office is on the second floor, and there is nothing better than being able to look out of the window over the parks and see all the trees. Thanks Spotless Window cleaning for keeping my view unobstructed. What a pleasure!”