Synopsis: Episode 3 – In this episode, the US crew drop into their comfort zone as they carry out traditional window cleaning on residential houses in Nottingham using ‘back to basic’ tools. The US team try out there bidding skills on these British homes.
They quickly discover that Robin Hood was not the only one ‘robbing’ from the city of Nottingham!
General description of series: The US crew go on to meet other window cleaning companies across the UK – Must watch program, in London, Midlands and North of the UK and exchange ideas and views on the on how both cultures differ or not.
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Background to this mini-series: Lee Burbidge, Editor of Window Cleaning Magazine brought together US window cleaners, Jamie Poulin of Lake Tahoe Window Cleaning and her crew, Josh and Corey together with US window cleaner Carrie Guenther AKA Window Ninja. Lee had invited them all to the UK where he had set up four companies for them to work alongside with. The journey began with rope access in Bromley London, to monster water fed poles in Central London.
Later, they would meet owner-operator Tom Coyle in Nottingham and learn the differences of pricing jobs followed by what it takes to water fed pole a big commercial job in Sheffield with Atkin & Son.
Both US and UK window cleaners discover a shared passion and experience major shocking differences between our two cultures.
Episode 4 – Ladders And Squeegee is out Saturday 7th, April 2018 – The US team struggle at understanding the quality level and what is expected in the UK compared to their area in the US. ‘Wash and go’ is not acceptable! Corey finds himself with a British admirer, and Jamie struggles as she tries the Wagtail for the first time.
Ettore History: Often imitated, never duplicated, Ettore Steccone’s original squeegee design has remained virtually unchanged since its inception in 1936. His secret was, and is, in the rubber. With the same secrecy and security afforded soft drink formulas, the ingredients formulation of Ettore rubber is carefully guarded. For this is the essential heart of the system, a razor-sharp square edge, supple, smooth, consistent which leaves glass perfectly clean and streak free.