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Spectrum Window Cleaning, One of London’s leading window cleaning firms, today published a report which can be found on its website regarding the key areas that building managers should consider when hiring high rise abseiling window cleaning contractors. Through their position as an increasing force in the London window cleaning market, and their ability to listen to customers concerns and issues, Spectrum Window Cleaning have managed to acquire the knowledge and expertise to serve its customers faster, cheaper and with less risk.

Spectrum is often called upon to repair and complete work which has been unsatisfactorily completed by window cleaning contractors. A spokesperson for Spectrum commented: “one of our clients, a well known and notable building in the City of London, through cost rationalizing exercise thought that they could reduce expense on facilities management and window cleaning in particular.

However, after a change of vendor resulted in poor work completed by a sub contractor, Spectrum Window Cleaning was called in to repair the mess”. In response, to their new position as a leader in the sector and their increasing confidence to best meet client supplier selection criteria the company have published it best practice report for hiring window cleaners

The report, which can be downloaded directly at www.spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk, outlines a number of areas that act as a checklist to help building managers to identify best contractor for the job. Some of the key areas include checking previous references, experience of staff on-site, adequate insurance coverage of contractor and/or any of their sub contractors.

The report goes on to detail the importance of contractor’s use of detailed risk and method statements that are up to date and valid. Measuring contractors against some of these criteria will help ensure that a better and more thorough job is completed by the selected contractor, and reduces the risk of poor selection decisions made on price alone.

Spectrum’s investment in staff and technology, plus the innovative use of technology has allowed them to be able to better serve its customers by being faster, cleaner and efficiently ensuring less disruption for customers by work on-site, in particular via its specialist high rise abseiling services division – that can now reach of up to 92 feet, or 8 floor from the ground.

Lucian Ivan, Managing Director, at Spectrum Window Cleaning commented; “Spectrum’s publication of our best practice guide hopes to help educate building and facilities managers about the importance of a rounded decision on contractor selection. We feel that a deeper review of potential vendors will highlight Spectrum as the leading contender through the tender process”.

For further information on carrying out high rise window cleaning in London or too download the report visit the website.

Notes to Editors

Spectrum Window Cleaners are a specialist London based commercial window cleaning company covering the full range of window cleaning services, ranging from high rise abseil window cleaning or access platforms to cleaning with the latest reach and wash systems, which can now reach windows up to 92ft.

For further information on carrying out high rise window cleaning in London, visit www.spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk .

For further information contact:

Lucian Ivan
Managing Director
Spectrum Window Cleaning
210 Meadowview Road
London SE6 3NH
UK
Tel: +44 (0) 20 3551 6206

Email: info@spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk
Web: www.spectrumwindowcleaning.co.uk

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