Conservatory Roof Cleaning

As well as our regular window cleaning service, we also provide a conservatory roof cleaning service.

Unlike windows, conservatory roofs are not usually included in a regular cleaning schedule. This means that in time they can become rather dirty. They often have a build up of algae that makes them look green or brown and also drastically cuts out the amount of light transferred into your conservatory. Chelmsford Cleaning Services provide a professional Conservatory Roof Cleaning Service that is sure to get your conservatory sparkling once again. As you can see from the pictures below, it really does make a world of difference.

Before After

 

Conservatory roof before cleaning Conservatory roof after cleaning

Conservatory Roof Cleaning Methods

We can clean both glass and all grades of polycarbonate (plastic) conservatory roofs.
Using our pure water fed pole system we are able to thoroughly clean your conservatory roof, restoring it's original appeal.

We clean not only the glass or polycarbonate panels but also the bars and the central decorative spine if your conservatory has one. We will also clean the guttering, trims and finally the windows and doors.

This ensures that your whole conservatory looks at its best.

We do not need to climb onto or put ladders onto your conservatory roof which means we won't damage your roof. We don't use high pressure jets of water that can damage or blow double glazing units. The brush that we use is also specially designed not to scratch your conservatory.

We recommend having your conservatory roof cleaned every six months, or more often if you prefer.

Our conservatory roof cleaning is very affordably priced and further discounted for our regular window cleaning customers.

Call now for a FREE quote on 01245 905605.

 

 

What is Pure Water?

In its pure state, water is one of the most aggressive solvents known.

Called the “universal solvent,” water, to a certain degree, will dissolve virtually everything to which it is exposed.

Pure water has a very high energy state and, like everything else in nature, seems to achieve energy equilibrium with its surroundings.

It will dissolve the quantity of material available until the solution reaches saturation, the point at which no higher level of solids can be dissolved.

We produce our own pure water from tap water using a high-tech filtration system, comprising of four stages.

1. Pre-filtration - this removes larger contaminants, dirt and metal molecules.

2. Reverse Osmosis - This removes almost all remaining contaminants.

3. Second Reverse Osmosis Stage - For further purity.

4. Ion Exchange Resin - This removes anything that has been left after the first three stages.

We test our water each morning with a special device to ensure it is absolutely pure before we use it on your windows.

The system that we use has been tested and approved by the Water Quality Association.