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We send all our customers a reminder by Text Message the night before we are due to clean your windows.

Many of our customers leave their gates unlocked, and we close them over when we leave.  (We can only secure your gate if there is a catch or a bolt on the side we enter from)

For health and safety reasons we never climb over gates, walls or fences.  We don't know what may be at the other side and climbing over any gates, walls or fences may cause damage to your property.

We send a Text Message reminder the night before we are due to clean your windows.  If you have not left your gate unlocked we will not clean any windows beyond that point.

We will not climb any gates, walls or fences.  We could slip, fall or injure our self's.  Also, we don't climb any gates, walls or fences in doing so may cause damage to your property.

Any gates that are left unlocked we always close behind us.  We will also use any bolt or catch that is on the same side as we entered from.

Some of our customer pay us cash on the day.  However, the vast majority of our customers are not home when we clean their windows.

We offer three ways to pay.  You can pay with cash, standing order or manual bank transfers.

Our bank details are on our Text Reminder Service that we always send the night before we are due to clean your windows.

We do not use soap or any soaps or additives in our water.  We use pure water to clean your windows.  This technology not only cleans the glass it also cleans the frames, sills and rubber around your windows too.

Pure water is water that has had its contaminants removed.  There are two ways to create pure water.

1. Distillation.

The distillation process is the most expensive way to obtain pure water.  This is dues to the energy cost when heating the water.  This process involves heating the water and collecting the steam vapour into a clean vessel.

2. Deionized

Deionisation is the cheaper way of obtaining pure water over the distillation process.  No heat is required to deionize water.

It's not what is in our water, it's what we have removed from everyday tap water.

All our water goes through our five stage filtration process.  It's this filtration process that removes  mineral ions, such as calcium, copper and iron and any natural salts.  What's left behind is pure water.

We use a device called a TDS Meter.  A TDS Meter measures the purity of water and tells you how many solids you have present in the water.

TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids.  These solids are made up of various contaminants that may leave blemishes on your windows.  However, we regularly test our water to ensure we only ever use the purest water possible to clean your windows.

NO.  Pure water is safe to drink.  Our water will not harm your pets or plants.

When we clean your windows without fibreglass poles and soft window cleaning brush, we rinse them over with pure water.

This process removes all the dirt and grime from your windows, sills, frames and doors.  After the rinsing process some water is left behind.  If left to dry it leaves no smears, streaks or stains.

Streak and smears appear when trying to remove water from the glass. 

If you leave your windows to dry, you will see they are steak free and spotless?

Contact Information

Contact Pete or Tom directly to discuss your individual requirements.

Address:

R n B Window Cleaning
12 Stansfield Road
Manchester
M35 9EA
Pete: 07970 024 993
Tom: 07446 131 614

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Do We Cover Your Area?

We cover most areas in Greater Manchester.  Below are just a few areas we visit regularly.  If We have not listed your area just let us know where you are.

Manchester

  • Blackley
  • Cheetham Hill
  • Chorlton-cum-Hardy
  • Didsbury
  • Fallowfield
  • Hulme
  • Newton Heath
  • Northenden
  • Moston
  • Ringway
  • Rusholme
  • Withington
  • Wythenshawe
  • Longsight

Salford

  • Eccles
  • Walkden
  • Worsley
  • Salford
  • Irlam
  • Ordsall
  • Pendlebury
  • Cadishead

Bury

  • Bury
  • Prestwich
  • Radcliffe
  • Ramsbottom
  • Tottington
  • Whitefield

Rochdale

  • Heywood
  • Littleborough
  • Middleton
  • Milnrow
  • Newhey
  • Wardle

Oldham

  • Chadderton
  • Shaw and Crompton
  • Failsworth
  • Lees
  • Royton
  • Saddleworth

Tameside

  • Audenshaw
  • Broadbottom
  • Denton
  • Droylsden
  • Dukinfield
  • Hattersley
  • Hollingworth
  • Hyde
  • Longdendale
  • Mossley
  • Mottram-in-Longdendale
  • Stalybridge

Trafford

  • Altrincham
  • Bowdon
  • Hale
  • Old Trafford
  • Trafford Park
  • Sale
  • Timperley
  • Urmston