AM Property Services offer either one-off cleans, regular or contracted cleans to both residential and commercial properties. We do recommend a monthly window clean for best results, although we can arrange quarterly cleans if this is what you prefer. Our one-off cleaning service may be suitable if you are hosting a special event. Our window cleaning specialists are fully trained and experienced in all aspect of window cleaning on both residential and commercial properties. Using all the latest hi tech equipment and industrial solutions and detergents, we can guarantee a thorough smear free clean every time.
We not only clean the windows externally we also offer internal window cleaning leaving the windows gleaming inside and out, giving each property the spotless view. We also offer an out of hours window cleaning service for all types of businesses who would prefer their staff to not be disrupted. All our experts are loyal, reliable and trustworthy each one is CRB checked giving the customer extra peace of mind. They also abide to all the health and safety regulations, and they are fully trained in the safe use of all the equipment ensuring the safety of not only themselves but the public and your property. Our team take great pride in the job and pay attention to detail in all cases.
We either clean the windows using the traditional method or we can clean the windows using the latest technology, the water fed pole system using soft bristle brushes, the choice is yours. All our solutions and detergents are eco friendly and will not cause any damage to your frames or property, in fact removing all the grease and grime from the frames and window sills will protect and ensure their longevity. We have experience cleaning windows at all types of properties:
- Residential window cleaning
- Commercial windows - shops, etc
- Industrial window cleaning
- Flats and high-rise buildings
- Sun and garden rooms
- Balcony glass cleaning
- Sky lights
- City centre hotels
- Architectural buildings
- Specialist buildings e.g. churches and historic buildings