We recently received a phone call from Sue at the Bourne Group. Sue was looking for a local company to clean their office windows in Gomshall. We made arrangements to meet onsite to provide a quotation.
During our meeting we discussed cleaning the windows inside and out, including frames and sills, cleaning the gutters as well as the ceiling of a carport. A couple of days had passed when Sue called; she wanted us to go ahead with the clean. It was excellent news and we were looking forward to working with them. I booked the job in for the following week.
We arrived bright an early at 7:30 am. We always want to cause as little disruption as possible. With this in mind, John set about cleaning the internal glass of the main office before their staff arrived. I made a start on the outside, cleaning the windows and tackling the frames and sills too.
Windows, frames and sills – all clean
After a quick coffee break, we set up the gutter vac.
The coffee went down very well indeed!
We recommend cleaning gutters once a year in order to maintain their efficiency. We removed quite a lot of moss, leaves and dirt from the gutters and even managed to clear the downpipes; a task we can carry out using the vacuum as opposed to older traditional methods.
Lee cleaning the gutters of Bourne House
This left the final challenge of cleaning the carport area. As you can see, the spiders had been busy! Armed with a water fed pole, we both cleaned the entire roof of the carport, including around light fittings and other minor obstacles.
Here’s the car port before it was given a good scrub
The carport area came up very well, we managed to remove all the cobwebs, making the whole area look brighter.
Here are a couple of photos of the end result.
Clean ceiling – cobweb free!
Job done – one clean car port
It was a pleasure to carry out the work, and the Bourne Group were pleased with the end result. We will be continuing to service them on a regular basis.