Window Cleaning

Allbrite Service Group specialise in all aspects of window, UPVC and facade cleaning by using the very latest in water purification and pole cleaning systems (Reach & Wash). We are highly trained and experienced in the safe use of ladders, harnesses, abseiling equipment and many of our staff are IPAF trained, enabling them to use powered access machinery such as scissor lifts and cherry pickers. All these methods combined means we can access almost any building in a safe and controlled manner.

Water Fed Pole System

We specialise in high access cleaning of windows and glazing by using the very latest in water purification technology and Reach and Wash Pole cleaning systems.

  • Eliminates the use of ladders, cherry pickers, cradles etc
  • Operators work safely from the ground
  • Reaches previously inaccessible windows with ease
  • Environmentally friendly as no chemicals are ever used and the water we use is 100% recycled at the time of manufacture
  • Maintains privacy and reduces disturbances
  • Saves money

The benefits of the Water Fed Pole System far outweigh other cleaning methods. By using 100% pure water, which is then pumped through telescopic poles, we are able to access and clean windows to heights in excess of 70 feet (5-6 floors). There are no Health and Safety risks impeding its use in any way, making it, by far, the safest and most cost effective cleaning method with excellent results.

Abseiling & Rope Access Window Cleaning

Even with a water fed cleaning system, not all windows can be reached, therefore other methods have to be used. At Allbrite Service Group we specialise in supplying a range of rope access services for working at heights and in awkward spaces.

At Allbrite Service Group, we regularly use harnesses to access and clean windows to parts of buildings that are normally deemed unsafe (i.e. raised elevations, ledges, parapets, overhangs etc.). Rope access techniques (abseiling), are used to clean buildings of any height. All staff are highly trained and experienced in the use of this equipment. Each member has undergone a rigorous training programme by a nationally recognised training body.


It is not always practical or necessary to use the Water Fed Pole system on every contract, for example, inside buildings or small shop fronts. This is why we regularly apply conventional methods of cleaning such as the use of ladders with the traditional bucket and squeegee.

All of the above services are carried out in a professional manner with due attention to Health and Safety issues, full risk assessments and method statements are carried out and produced before every job we undertake.