No job is too big or too tall for CrestClean’s Invercargill team who’ve proved that with the right equipment anything is possible.
Keeping all areas of the city’s Bill Richardson Transport World looking spic and span calls for some specialist knowledge, especially when it comes to tackling the large expanses of interior glass that are a feature of the modern building.
It’s a task that can only be carried out after hours when the doors to the world-class tourist destination are closed, said Glenn Cockroft, CrestClean’s Invercargill Regional Manager.
“Being open seven days a week does mean that when the team go in to clean all the interior glass it is done when most of us are sleeping.”
Glenn said his specialist personnel can offer customers a cost-effective way of reaching areas that are hard to get to.
“Crest’s Pure Water Window Cleaning equipment provides a cleaning service to the inside of the building area that removes the need to hire costly equipment like cherry pickers and scissor lifts.”
The work at Bill Richardson transport World is just one of the varied applications that CrestClean’s Invercargill in-house window cleaning team use to meet customers’ needs, added Glenn.
Pure Water Window Cleaning uses high-tech water filtration, which removes all solids from water, allowing only pure water to clean windows – without spotting or streaking.
With a carbon fibre pole, one operator can clean high windows, window frames and glass fast and efficiently. No chemicals are used with Pure Water Window Cleaning, which makes it economical and environmentally responsible.