Millards of London wins a sizeable window cleaning contract with Rendall and Rittner

Millards of London have been awarded a significant cradle method window cleaning contract in Paddington, London as part of the Supply Cross River 2 (SXR2) programme. 

Developing Supply Chains in Central London

The Supply Cross River 2 (SXR2) project finished in March 2015. This project has been a huge success, with a number of targets being overachieved.

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Longstanding window cleaner at Millards Cleaning Services Ltd reaches 90 years of age!

Millards Cleaning Services Ltd happens to be the longest running cleaning companies in central London as it was started in 1919 by Major Millard in the aftermath of WW1 to help ex-servicemen find employment originally as window cleaners. Ever since then, it prides itself in its excellent cleaning services and loyal longstanding staff and uniquely remembers and honours its old time window cleaners, even if they are retired.

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Window cleaner’s life saved after washing windows for consultant surgeon!

Sometimes you read a story that proves that maintaining good customer relationships and reliable loyal service is a genuine win-win situation for all concerned -Millards Cleaning Services prides itself in this kind of long term service and loyalty to its customers going back to over 50 years service in some cases!

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Breaking News! Will Ed Balls be the window cleaner for British GQ?

Now that the Election is over, a lot of MPs are smarting over the loss of their jobs as MPS, including of course Ed Balls, who we remember recently raised an expenses scandal because he did not bother to get receipts for window cleaning for his flat!

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Lesson to learn from recent window cleaning accident in cradle

Window cleaning can be a very dangerous occupation, unless all precautions are taken to protect them by their cleaning companies who ensure every health and safety rule is strictly followed.

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Window cleaning results for the ‘Cleaning Show 2015’

The annual major event, ‘The Cleaning Show 2015’, took place for the first time in London at the Excel on 10-12 March 2015, and was attended by thousands of visitors and companies from the cleaning industry from all over UK and abroad, so was hailed a huge success!

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Why use ‘Reach & Wash’ window cleaning

To many, window cleaning is associated with the traditional image of  the window cleaner using his bucket of soapy water, cloth and squeegee to clean windows and if the windows are over one storey high, to use a ladder.

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Ed Ball expenses scandal for no receipts submitted for window cleaning

Ed Balls caused a furore recently when he preached about everyone having to have receipts for even small odd jobs, yet he was found guilty of claiming for 17 years worth of window cleaning expenses for his Castle town constituency home, yet he had not asked the window cleaner for receipts and therefore had not submitted any while claiming expenses in Parliament!

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Window cleaning and floor levels-what you need to know.

When looking at what you need to do the job for Window cleaning of your offices, you first need to know what floor levels your windows are placed at and then think about the following…

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Window cleaning with mop and bucket -still good enough?

The days of the window cleaning shiner who cheerfully whistled and cleaned his way up and down office windows are long gone, so you say. True enough, certainly if you consider the strongest modern health and safety standards governing every industry in the UK, which means that every company is very careful to avoid huge penalties by falling foul of these regulations.

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