Hello World! Welcome Friends! Today, let’s talk about the Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Fed Poles.
Every coin has two sides. Everything has its own share of ups and down. Everything has pros and cons and water fed window cleaning poles are no exceptions.
If you have got to make any decision concerning window cleaning, or are trying to come to a conclusion that if the traditional window cleaning method is more effective or the water fed poles, have a look at this article.
Here are the advantages and disadvantages of a water fed pole.
- Safe: Window cleaning is a very risky job as it involves heights and thus ladders and harnesses. One of the greatest advantages of the water fed poles is that they are very safe as they eliminate the use of ladder from the process. A window cleaner can access great heights while he is on the ground.
- Faster: Water fed poles complete the task of cleaning windows faster than the traditional method. They save a considerable amount of time.
- Less tiring: The traditional way of window cleaning requires more energy and hard work in comparison to water fed poles. The poles make the task easier and don’t exhaust the cleaner.
- Purified water: The water that these water fed poles use to clean the windows is highly purified as it is deionized. And of course, clean water cleans things better.
- Privacy maintained: When you use a water fed pole to clean the windows, the cleaner is not required to physically be at that height unlike the case in the traditional method. This keeps the privacy of the customers intact; drapes do that too but if we are to believe the narrations of the window cleaners, they have seen things.
- Allows cleaning in all weathers: The water fed poles are easier to use in all weather conditions and the same cannot be said about the traditional window cleaning.
- Access to tricky areas: Any window cleaner will tell you that there are some areas which are not easily accessible (like a sloped roof). The water fed poles give you the access to these areas.
- The stubborn stains: This is probably the biggest disadvantage of the water fed poles. There are some stubborn stains on the windows(like bird excreta and snail trails) which need special attention, the water fed poles are not very effective in cleaning them perfectly.
- Newly built buildings: After a new building is constructed, its windows are covered in paint, plaster, cement, and many such things, and in order to scrap them off, the cleaner needs to be up there. This is one aspect of window cleaning where the water fed poles don’t prove to be efficient.
- Interiors: The water fed poles are not feasible for cleaning the interiors of the windows.
- Initially expensive: The water fed poles are obviously costlier than the equipment used in the traditional methods of cleaning. So, the starting cost of water fed poles is high.
- Maintenance: Since the water fed pole is a machine, it is bound to face failure and will be needed to be fixed. So, unlike the traditional methods of window cleaning, this requires maintenance.
These were the advantages and disadvantages of water fed poles. Hope this article has made you better informed and has helped you in some way.
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