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ClearVis specialises in professional window cleaning and cares about providing the most practical advice for householders and loyal customers.  

 

Please feel free to peruse Kris's regular blog posts for the latest ClearVis news and practical tips to assist you in maintaining your beautiful Hobart home.

 

If you have any queries about the advice offered in these blog posts, please feel free to phone ClearVis on 0410 257 957 or email by clicking here.

As a window cleaner, there is nothing more satisfying than leaving a job knowing that every window looks immaculate. Sadly though, on rare occasions, some windows might not be able to be restored to their original glory, even with a great deal of care and attention. This is the case with windows dulled by hard water staining.

 

What’s hard water staining?

 

Serious hard water staining is a process that takes time, often when windows haven't been cleaned for many years.  The most typical example of hard wa...

Further to my December blog post, 'Choosing the right window cleaner, six questions to ask' - one of the most important things to check before commissioning a window cleaner for a job is - "do you value safety and implement safe work practices?".  This might sound a little 'over the top', but the reality is, some window cleaning specialists might be overconfident or...sorry to say....foolish.

 

Below is an example of a window cleaner attempting to clean a city building. As demonstrat...

Many people would agree, when it comes to hiring trades and services for your home, it can be a challenge to find the right person for the job. 

 

There are many excellent window cleaners in Hobart - but making sure that you choose the right one will take some investigation.  Below are six questions to ask any prospective window cleaner.  By asking these questions upfront, you’ll be able to make an educated, informed decision.

 

Are you an experienced window cleaner?   Select a Hobart window cleaner...

ABC’s 7:30 Report on 10th April 2014 highlighted the sobering statistics regarding falls from heights.  According to the Government body Safe Work Australia, falls from heights are a major cause of death and injury in Australian workplaces. On average, around 26 workers fall to their deaths each year and nearly 8,000 others are injured.  To view the video and/or transcript, click here

 

When choosing a professional window cleaner, it’s important make certain that he/she implements safe and effect...

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