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US Vs UK Window Cleaning, Episode 1 – Rope Access
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Playtime: 13:23 Synopsis: The first episode from a mini-series that explores how US window cleaners compare to their UK counterparts. This episode concentrates on rope access as the team meets up with Jack Sewell of Sewell Window Cleaning  (UK) on a small high rise building in Bromley, London. It isn’t long before Jamie is disappointed and surprised at the rules of rope access in the UK as it is explained. Background to this mini-series: Lee Burbidge, Editor of Window Cleaning Magazine brought together US…

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Why water fed pole a Qata skyscraper?
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                      Martin Meakins is the owner of Reach and Wash in Perth, Australia. His company was established back in 2004 and although it is a Perth based business, the Company operates throughout Australia and overseas providing multi disciplined project services to a wide range of industries. Martin is also the owner of the awesome picture we used on the cover of a back issue of WCM. He spent…

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High rise is the way to go in Toronto
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My name is Nick Blodans and I am the Director of Sky High Window Services Ltd in Toronto, Canada. My background in window cleaning started with a fascination with heights, construction, and rope work. Throughout my childhood I loved heights and anything to do with climbing. I was always climbing rocks and trees, which turned into cliffs, bridges, and the roof of my schools. As a teenager I worked in all areas of construction and gained…

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Cleaning the Shard, London costs £10,500 in Unger rubber per year!
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Ever wondered what it takes to window clean glass on the Shard, London? Well, before you start pulling out the calculator, stretching your arm out, closing one eye whilst ‘thumbing’ the horizon with your tongue poked out and all from the comfort of your Shard vantage point. Let us just take a look at some building stats! The building has 306 flights of stairs with a total floor space of 27 acres and it is the largest building in Europe. So, remember…

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