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Listing your business on this directory only takes a few minutes.


1. If you have used this site before then please check first to see whether your business is already listed.

 

My business is not listed:

Click on the Add your listing link at the top of the page.

 

My business is already listed:.

Click on your listing and then click the Claim button at the bottom of the page.

You will need to register as a user in order to claim edit the listing. (Subject to approval)

Click on the Add your listing link in the top menu.

 

2. Select whether you would like a basic Free Listing or a Featured Listing. 

 

3. Select from the categories shown where you would like your listing to appear.

(For countries outside the UK choose International)

 

4. You will then be directed to the page where your listing will appear.


5. You will then need to fill or edit your information.

 

Note: PLEASE AVOID USING ALL CAPITALS when filling in your details.

 

Click Locate on the map to show where you are based on the map.

Enter your post code or town where it says City (Display in map) and then click the Locate on map button.

 

5. Your listing will be subject to approval. You will be notified by email once your directory has been approved.

(This usually takes less than 24 hours)

 

Please contact us if you encounter any problems.

 

  

It's quite likely that your window cleaner currently uses this method of cleaning your windows and has already explained to you the benefits of using pure water systems.

 

As with anything new the initial reaction is a mixed one. A minority of customers (and even some window cleaners) are a little dubious regarding this new method of cleaning.  However, the majority of window cleaners are now choosing to adopt this method of cleaning where possible for the following reasons:

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Window Cleaning Resources are pleased to announce that this No.1 ranking WINDOW CLEANER DIRECTORY has now been given an impressive overhaul.

 

You can now edit your listing upload your logo, include other add on services and encourage your customers to give you a high rating and positive review.

 

As you can see we’ve made lots of improvements to the user experience, making it as easy as possible for potential customers to find you.

 

Look up ‘window cleaners or ‘window cleaning’   in Google.co.uk and you will see that www.windowcleanerdirectory.co.uk is ranked very highly. We have now dedicated an entire web page to your listing giving you a much more detailed profile. Listing your business along with a link to your website remains completely free and will help drive traffic to your own site and likely boost its search engine rankings thanks to the links from the directory.

 

By popular request we have also included a category for International listings!

 

Many window cleaners have already expressed thanks for the work they have received through the directory and we are confident that it will continue to be a valuable asset to your marketing efforts.

 

The overhaul of the directory is just the first step in a major overhaul planned and well underway behind the scenes for the Window Cleaning Resources sites which have proved to be a highly popular destination for window cleaners surfing the web in search of the best deals from suppliers, new products, tips and advice and window cleaning rounds for sale . (Watch this space!)

 

We encourage you to claim and update your listing as soon as possible to benefit fully from this free service provided by Window Cleaning Resources.



When the new WAH regulations came into force in April 2005 rumours began to spread of a ladder ban. Is that the case?

The short answer is NO. However, ladder use should be justified.


When can ladders be used?

The HSE’s key message is that ladders should only be used for low-risk, short duration work.

Ladders can be used if after assessing the risks the use of more suitable work equipment is not justified because of the low risk and short duration.

Short duration is taken to be between 15 and 30 minutes depending upon the task.

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You may pay more for a professional, but you are likely to have a lot less problems with the service.


From what you have read so far regarding insurance, safety, honesty and reliablility, it is clear that you are better off choosing a professional to clean your windows.

 

Choose a window cleaner that has public liability insurance, a window cleaner that takes health and safety seriously, that is registered with the inland revenue and that is reliable.

 

The window cleaning industry has left behind it’s image of dirty rags, flat caps and cigarettes. Choose a professional!

List your business FREE!

Listing your business on this directory only takes a few minutes. 1. If you have used this site before then please check first to see whether your business is already listed.   My ...

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Window Cleaner Directory receives an overhaul..

Window Cleaning Resources are pleased to announce that this No.1 ranking WINDOW CLEANER DIRECTORY has now been given an impressive overhaul.   You can now edit your listing upload your logo, include ...

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Water Fed Poles - Why?

     It's quite likely that your window cleaner currently uses this method of cleaning your windows and has already explained to you the benefits of using pure water systems.   As with ...

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Are ladders banned?

When the new WAH regulations came into force in April 2005 rumours began to spread of a ladder ban. Is that the case? The short answer is NO. However, ladder use shou...

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Hot cups of tea

Let a friendly window cleaner brighten up your day! A good window cleaner knows that customer care and rapport is important. You should find your window cleaner to be ...

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Choose a professional!

You may pay more for a professional, but you are likely to have a lot less problems with the service. From what you have read so far regarding insurance, safety, honesty ...

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Rain or shine

Help your window cleaner be reliable by giving permission to work regardless of the weather.. The weather doesn’t make it easy for the window cleaner to keep a strict work ...

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Honesty is the best policy

If your window cleaner is stealing from the tax man, How do you know he won’t steal from you? Most window cleaners are hard working, tax paying honest men that earn ...

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Safety first!

Ladders are not banned or illegal but should be used sensibly and appropriately. Window cleaning has always been known to be a high risk job. Running up and down a ladder ...

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Are they insured?

If your window cleaner does not have public liability insurance, think seriously about changing to a window cleaner that does. Imagine if the window cleaner drops his heavy ladders or pole ...

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