We are based in the Broadland village of Martham, which is centrally located to service commercial clients in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Norwich, North Walsham –and we work on commercial contracts throughout Norfolk and Suffolk.
We specialise in high access water-fed pole window cleaning. All operatives are fully trained in the use of high reach water-fed poles which reach heights of up to 72 ft (seven to eight floors high) all whilst the operative is firmly on the ground.
The water-fed pole system has revolutionised the window cleaning industry, no chemicals are used, the windows are cleaned with the multi-jetted brush heads whilst rinsing away the grime with pure water. When cleaned windows are left wet, but once dried, the windows will sparkle!
Working from height safety directives now insist that alternative methods must be used wherever possible to minimise the use of ladders and the associated risks of deaths and injuries due to falls. Here at Odd Bods our fantastic reach and wash system means we have that alternative method here in Norfolk!
The water-fed pole system’s main advantage is that it allows the highest windows (up to 72ft) to be cleaned without the need for ladders and or cherry pickers. We can clean any glass in any building internally and externally, from schools, churches, shops, hotels, industrial units, offices and all other commercial locations.
We’re proud that our attention to detail and 100% satisfaction guarantee have been the driving force behind our business growth – we ALWAYS take extra care to leave your windows sparkling clean on every visit.
We offer external window washing, internal window cleaning, conservatory cleaning, high reach window cleaning and much, much more. Whatever your needs, call us today and see how we can brighten up your home!
We offer both regular scheduled cleaning services, and if you book a little in advance we can normally squeeze in “one-off” cleans for any special occasions you might be hosting.
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