Pure Water Technology
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Pure Water Technology
Water, it’s all the same, right Nope! You’ve heard of “hard water”, “soft water” and “mineral water”, right? So, what on earth is “pure water”?
Used in car washes to get your cars water-spot free, "pure water” is created by an advanced filtration system. It filters out all the minerals and de-ionizes the water we use for cleaning and gives your windows a chemical free cleaning and streak-free shine. It would not be the best for our bodies to drink, but for window washing it does the trick, everytime!
How does "pure water" work?
H20 - water - is an imbalanced molecule made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. The molecule always wants to return to its natural impure state by actively absorbing all dirt, chemicals and minerals in its path. When using “pure water”, that is to say deionized and demineralized water, the molecules absorb more dirt and in the final rinse your windows are not only clean and streak-free, but sterile; pure water, pure clean!
Why pure water matters
This technology has a much further reach than just cleaner windows! Because it uses ONLY pure water, no chemicals, detergents or soaps, it is much more environmentally friendly than other methods of window cleaning. Inherently this method is safe for: your building, protecting peeling paint and building materials, children, plants and animals because it’s pure water!
We work hard to provide not only the most efficient methodology in our cleaning, but also the safest. In that regard, not only is using pure water technology more environmentally safe, it is also safer for our technicians to use this system.
This is so because the pure water is fed through a high reaching pole and brush (a "reach and wash" system), thereby allowing our team members to clean from the ground as opposed to spending all of their time on a ladder for those higher, hard to reach places. (Did you know that, in 2015, it was reported that there was over 20,000 ladder-related injuries in the workforce that year, 150 of which were fatal? We know that was a few years ago but OSHA still currently lists ladders in their "top 10" for workplace safety violations.)
Not to mention, we truly care about leaving your home or business in a better state than we arrived. Refraining from using ladders as much as possible means less of a chance of leaving holes in your beautiful lawn and/or garden borders.
All in all, we care about you and your home. If you're still unsure as to whether this type of cleaning is right for your windows, call us today and speak with one of our professionals. We'll work with you to find the right plan for you and your individual needs.
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