Water-Fed Window Cleaning
Oasis uses water fed window cleaning to help better serve our customer. This technology allows us to finish your windows fast, efficiently and best of all looking great.
Below is an overview of the technology we use and why it will benefit you.
How does it work?
Pure water window cleaning is the modern method of cleaning windows. It combines purified water with a telescopic pole and brush. Purified water gets pushed through and up a telescoping “water fed” pole. The pole and brush system get agitated across the glass surface. When completed the correct way the glass surface and frames dry spot free.
Water fed poles allow window cleaners to safely clean exterior windows at heights up to 5 stories. This technology eliminates the use of ladders, lifts, and scaffolding in the field. Potential accidents and inconveniences are reduced exponentially because staff members are working from the ground.
More people are becoming environmentally aware of the dangers and damage that certain detergents, soaps, and chemicals can cause. Customers appreciate the fact that we are a reputable company that can guarantee no chemical or mineral damage is left on your property.
Pure water will leave windows looking flawless. The purer the water, the more aggressive it gets. It can better serve as a natural detergent that loosens the bonds of dirt at an ionic level. This produces a film-less, smear-free surface as the glass is washed and rinsed with pure water.
Pure water technology allows for enhanced results and minimal inconvenience to you. This technology can save time as there is minimal equipment such as ladders to set up and operate. It maintains privacy and reduces the risk of disturbances for you.
Can’t I just use tap water
If you use normal tap water it will result in the glass appearing in a milky white residue. This is the result of the mineral content of the tap water. Pure water automatically absorbs the dirt. Meaning, pure water or water without mineral content, leaves windows perfectly clean when it dries.