Aquamark Window Cleaners Improve Canary Wharf Skyline

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Inventive Solution Sparks New Technique.

Aquamark is thrilled to have come up with a new, economical way to improve appearance of the Canary Wharf area.

London window cleaning company Aquamark has transformed the external appearance of a prominent Canary Wharf building.

Aquamark creatively adapted a compound used in the auto industry to improve the appearance of a building in the Isle of Dogs.

Aquamark, a window cleaning firm operating in London and Surrey, was tasked with cleaning and improving the appearance of faded blue steel beams on the exterior of a residential property. By using a G3 compound followed by a G4 wax, Aquamark was able to improve the condition of the steel framework without the need for expensive replacements.

The G3 compound and G4 wax are normally used to remove stubborn dirt from cars and vans. It is thought to be the first time the products have been used by a window cleaning company to restore fading steel.

Aquamark used the products in conjunction with its normal window cleaning equipment and a ‘cherry picker’ platform to access the higher levels.

As a result, Aquamark has completely modernised and refurbished the building for an economical price and will now be using the brand new cleaning technique on other buildings in the area.

Background
Aquamark is a Surrey and London window cleaning company specialising in office and commercial contracts. Its innovative approach has helped it to become one of the most recognisable window cleaning brands in the south east of England.

Brad Staines, managing director, added:
“As far as we know, Aquamark is the first UK company to use these products in this way. Aquamark is thrilled to have come up with a new, economical way to improve appearance of the Canary Wharf area.”

About Aquamark Window Cleaning
For more information, please contact Aquamark on 020 3086 7664.

http://www.aquamarkwindowcleaning.co.uk/innovative-window-cleaning-solutions

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